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重塑歷史-海線佛教的紀錄


節錄 & 翻譯 / 佛館國際組 Buddha Museum International Affairs Team

文章轉載 / Deccan Chronicle

Sarah Kenderdine,作為新南威爾斯大學藝術與設計的兼任教授,以創新的作品來保存歷史聞名,同時是數位遺產、數位人文和大數據可視化領域的先鋒。作為一名屢獲殊榮的海事考古學家,目前正在印度為即將出版的海線佛教地圖集進行拍攝。Sarah說道:「我們在十二個國家(從印度到中國,通過東南亞,南中國海到日本和韓國)和一百多個網站創建海上佛教地圖集。這些圖像將通過一系列重要佛教圖像的雕像和文物攝影測量模型得到增強。」

這個重要的項目將於世界著名博物館進行巡展。台灣佛光山佛陀紀念館將建立一個常設性的裝置,每年接引一百萬的遊客。Sarah表示:「這個項目將收錄位於印度許多與佛教海事有關的重要地點,包括一些內陸、古老大學遺址,如世界遺產那蘭陀、桑奇、朱納爾石窟、比達寇拉石窟和阿旃陀石窟等。

她的項目是研究理念和機會的結合,將這些思想帶到世界各地,再通過適當的敘述呈現於世界。如我們目前正在印度為海上佛教地圖集進行3603D攝影,地圖集是一個龐大的項目,重要的是要意識到總有更多工作要做,但我們必須及時將項目整合,以呈現給世人。」

In the fields of digital heritage, digital humanities and big data visualisation, Sarah Kenderdine is considered as a pioneer. An award-winning maritime archaeologist who works as Adjunct Professor of Art & Design at University of New South Wales, she is known for her innovative works that preserve history. She is currently in India working on the upcoming Atlas of Maritime Buddhism. “We are working in 12 countries (from India to China through SE Asia and across the South China sea to Japan and Korea) and 100s of sites to create the Atlas of Maritime Buddhism,” says Sarah. These images will be augmented with a series of photogrammetric models of important Buddhist iconography from statues and artifacts.”

A significant project, the exhibition will tour to prominent museums across the globe. A permanent installation will be set up at the Fo Guang Shan Buddha Museum in Taiwan, which gets about 10 million visitors a year. “In India, it will be located at many significant sites (some quite difficult to access), mostly related to maritime of Buddhism. Some of these sites are inland; some of them are old university sites like Nalanda, a World Heritage site, and also a place visited by many monks from far-away China. We also include places such as Sanchi, Madhya Pradesh; Junnar caves, Pune district; Pitalkora caves and Ajanta caves; Aurangabad district etc.

She says her projects are a conjunction of research ideas and opportunities that exist to bring these ideas to the world. It is, then, presented to the world through a suitable mode of narration. This helps us choose technologies of data capture such as the 360-3D photography we are currently undertaking in India for the Atlas of Maritime Buddhism. The Atlas is an enormous project and it’s important to realize that there is always more to do, but we must bring the project together in a timely way so it can go out in the world,” she says.

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Meeting with Prof. Lancaster at the Buddha Museum