印象深刻的新疆克孜爾石窟的造像法 The Impressive Buddhist Statue Making of the Kizil Caves in Xinjang

2018/9/8 | 10:00 – 11:30
講者:古正美教授
地點:香港浸會大學饒宗頤國學院 (逸夫行政樓7樓)
語言:普通話

個人簡介:古正美教授是美國威斯康辛州立大學博士,專門研究亞洲大乘佛教政治傳統與佛教造像的關係。古教授除了撰寫《貴霜佛教政治傳統與大乘佛教》及《從天王傳統到佛王傳統-中國中世佛教治國意識形態研究》二書外,也編撰有《唐代佛教與佛教藝術》。最近將出版的書有:《張勝溫梵畫卷研究: 後理國段智興的佛教建國信仰畫像》。最近出版及將出版的論文有:《涼州瑞像與敦煌的白衣佛像》、《古代暹羅墮和羅王國的大乘佛教建國信仰》,及《<證明經>與阿瑪拉瓦底大支提的造像》等。古正美教授曾任教台灣清華大學及國立新加坡大學等學校。

講座摘要:新疆克孜爾石窟(Kizil caves)和亞洲其他佛教造像址及石窟的開鑿情形一樣,都要表達龍樹奠立的支提信仰內容。但克孜爾石窟的造像法,是筆者在其他亞洲石窟沒有看過的造像法,特別是其處理時間及空間的方法,常令人讚歎。筆者在這次的講座,將與聽眾分享筆者研究克孜爾石窟的各種驚喜及經驗。


2018/9/8 | 10:00 – 11:30
Speaker: Professor Ku Cheng-mei
Venue: HKBU Jao Tsung-I Academy of Sinology (Level 7, Shaw Tower)
Language: Mandarin

Biography: Professor Ku Cheng-mei obtained her doctoral degree at University of Wisconsin with a special interest on the interrelation of Mahayana Buddhism and Buddhist statue making in Asia. She is the author of the Kushan Buddhist Political Tradition and Mahayana Buddhism (1993) and From the Devaraja Tradition to the Buddharaja Tradition: Studies on the Buddhist Political Ideology Implemented in Medieval China (2003). Professor Ku also edited Buddhism and Buddhist Art of the Tang (2006). Her book-length study of Zhang Shengwen’s (fl. 1163–1189) Kingdom of Dali Buddhist Volume of Paintings is forthcoming. Her recent and pending publications include papers on the statues of Buddhas found in Dunhuang, China and the Mahācaitya of Amarāvatī, India as well as Dvāravatī’s Mahāyāna Buddhist conception of royalty. Buddhist statue making. Professor Ku he taught in a number of tertiary institutions including National Tsing Hua Univeristy and National University of Singapore.

Abstract: Similar to other historical sites with Buddhist statues and rock-cut caves across Asia, the Kizil Caves in Xinjiang province were built as a manifestation of the Caitya worship found by Nāgārjuna (c. 150–c. 250). What is remarkable about the Kizil Caves is their statue making method, which is something that the author has never seen before in other Asian caves. The way time and space are represented, in particular, is awe-inspiring. In this lecture, the speaker will share her extraordinary experiences and the incredible findings that she came across during her study of the Kizil Caves.

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