檔案管理員 An archivist

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She adjusted her glasses, her gray eyes flickering with curiosity as she leaned closer to inspect the photograph more closely.

She adjusted her glasses, her gray eyes flickering with curiosity as she leaned closer to inspect the photograph more closely.

2024.05.15

在她凌亂的辦公室的微光中,珍透過眼鏡瞥見一張舊照片,她剛從一本塵封的維多利亞時代詩歌書中找到它。照片中的女人和她年紀相仿,五官驚人地相似,拍攝時間可能是一個世紀前。這次的偶然發現引起了珍的興趣,她作為一名檔案管理員,職業生涯中一直在拼湊那些只留下片段的人的生活。

她的辦公室裡,擺滿了高聳的書架,堆滿了發霉的書本,除了一個古董鐘的滴答聲和她偶爾記錄文件時的筆劃聲外,四周都很安靜。她調整了一下眼鏡,灰色的眼睛閃爍著好奇,她更仔細地審視那張照片。照片中的女人穿著高領襯衫,頭髮緊緊地束成髮髻,表情平靜卻又深邃。

珍想像著這位女性可能是一位作家,或許是一位詩人,她的作品隨著時間流逝已經失落。她突然與照片中的女人感到了一種親切感,彷彿那女人透過幾十年的時間,與珍在孤獨中共享未言之緣和對世界的書面理解。

受到這份新發現的連結的啟發,珍決定深入探查。接下來的幾週,她一心研究,決心揭開這位神秘女性的身份和故事。這一探索使她穿越了舊有的房產記錄、被遺忘的信件和褪色的日記,她在其中發掘出失落的愛情、秘密的激情,以及生活在那個時代嚴格期望下的平靜勇氣。

最終,珍拼湊出一個她覺得榮耀那位女性精神的故事。她決定將它包括在一個關於文學歷史中隱藏人物的展覽中,讓這位女性和她的故事在久違的光芒中佔有一席之地。透過這一行動,珍不僅讓那位被遺忘的女詩人重獲生機,也提醒自己她自己工作的重要性,將過去與現在及未來連接起來。

In the soft glow of her cluttered office, Jane peered over her glasses at the old photograph she had just found tucked between the pages of a dusty book on Victorian poetry. It was a picture of a woman, not much younger than herself, with strikingly similar features, taken perhaps a century ago. The serendipity of the find intrigued Jane, who had spent her career as an archivist, piecing together the lives of those who had left only fragments behind.

Her office, lined with towering shelves filled with musty tomes, was quiet except for the ticking of an antique clock and the occasional scratch of her pen as she annotated documents. She adjusted her glasses, her gray eyes flickering with curiosity as she leaned closer to inspect the photograph more closely. The woman in the picture wore a high-collared blouse and her hair was pulled back in a tight bun, her expression serene yet penetrating.

Jane imagined the woman as a writer or perhaps a poetess, whose works had been lost to time, and she felt a sudden kinship with her. It was as though the woman was reaching out through the decades, connecting with Jane in their shared solitude and unspoken understanding of the world through written words.

Motivated by this newfound connection, Jane decided to dig deeper. She spent the next weeks researching, determined to uncover the identity and story of the mysterious woman. This quest led Jane through old estate records, forgotten letters, and faded diaries, where she unearthed tales of lost loves, secret passions, and the quiet bravery of living a life constrained by the rigid expectations of the era.

In the end, Jane pieced together a narrative she felt honored the woman’s spirit. She decided to include it in an exhibition on the hidden figures of literary history, giving the woman and her story a place in the light, long overdue. Through this act, Jane not only gave life to the forgotten poetess but also reminded herself of the importance of her own work, connecting the past with the present and future.

My Name is Jane.

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《Jane書寫計畫》以網路上「Jane」的資料(Data)作為創作材料,創造出以「Jane」的肖像,再將肖像,由Chat-GPT4 進行影像閱讀,進行轉譯並書寫為文字,並再經由文字書寫轉譯為圖像。觀眾在具真實與虛擬感知共構中,透過文件閱讀、視覺圖像的符號象徵、感受「Jane」的多重存在樣貌。影像2文字,文字2影像。
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