張乾琦《Jet Lag》

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「今天是星期一,那麼這一定是蘇黎世。」對於那些到處出差旅行的人來說,他們的世界就是由不斷替換的機組人員、旅館房間和登記櫃台所塑成的鋼筋水泥建築。拿對電源轉接器,就成為了這種飛行生活中最重要的事。1961年生於台灣的攝影家張乾琦,自2001年加入馬格蘭通訊社後便在世界各地移動。在最新出版的《Jet Lag》(時差)書中,他創造了一種與全球化斷連的精練黑白影像。在這些照片裡,現實不再只是一種標準更像是一種分心,「之間」則成為了最關鍵的空間距離。飛機、床舖和閃爍的電視螢幕呈現了唯一的連續性,而人的溫度僅存於鄰座乘客的體溫,以及隔壁房間傳來的聲響……。

“Today is Monday, so this must be Zurich.” For those who travel a lot, the world becomes a steel-and-concrete construct of interchangeable flight crews, hotel rooms, and check-in counters. In this jet-setting life, the most important thing is that the power adapter fits. For Jet Lag, award-winning photographer Chien-Chi Chang (*1961 in Taiwan) has created succinct black-and-white images of globalized disconnect. In these photographs, reality is less a touchstone than a distraction: the crucial space is “between.” Planes and beds and flickering screens provide the only continuity, and there is little human warmth except the body heat of the passenger in the next seat and the sounds coming through the wall from the adjacent room.

Chien-Chi Chang has been a member of Magnum Photos since 2001. His several series about alienation—in mental states, in marriage, in nationality—have been exhibited throughout the world, creating a sensation in 2001 and 2009 at the Venice Biennale.

《Jet Lag》 | 張乾琦 | 28 x 22.5 cm | 120頁 | 2015 | Hatje Cantz出版 | 精裝

Jet Lag | by Chien-Chi Chang | 28 x 22.5 cm | 120 pages | 2015 | Hatje Cantz | Hardcover

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