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OPEN STUDIO 2011/August

Guest Talk: Meiro Koizumi (Artist)

  • Date:
    13:00 - 18:00
    Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site
    TWS Aoyama:Creator-in-Residence
    Exchange Residency Program (Invitation)
    Sarah Goffman (Visual Art/Australia)

    Local Creator Residence Program
    Yu Araki (Media Art/Japan)
    Noriyuki Kiguchi (Performing Art/Japan)
    Katsunobu Yaguchi (Performing Art/Japan)
    Tomoko Yoneda (Visual Art/Japan)

    Research Residency Program
    Azza Hussein(Visual Art/Lebanon)
    Bahbak Hashemi-Nezhad(Design/UK)
    Bruce Yonemoto(Visual Art/USA)
    Cecilia Ramirez Corzo Robledo(Visual Art/Mexico)
    Jessica Segerlund(Curation/Sweden)
    Yang Lu(Visual Art/China)

    * Participating creators are Subject to change.
TWS Aoyama: Creator-in-Residence organizes monthly public program, "OPEN STUDIO" which is for the public to see the creative process of residing creators, to communicate and to exchange ideas about their works. In each studio, creators present the progress of their works or research in various ways.
In the OPEN STUDIO of this month, Meiro Koizumi (Artist) will give a talk about " A Residencies as Opportunities to Gain Broader Perspectives and New Inspiration". Please don't miss this precious opportunity!

13:00-18:00 Open Studio
15:00-16:30 Guest Talk: "Residencies as Opportunities to Gain Broader Perspectives and New Inspiration" Meiro Koizumi (Artist)
Admission free, No Reservation required.
*Japanese-English Interpretation.


Profile: Meiro Koizumi
Born in Gunma, Japan, 1976. Lives and works in Yokohama. He studied at Chelsea College of Art and Design, London (1999-2002), and Rijksakademie van beeldend kunsten, Amsterdam (2005-2006). His solo exhibitions include "Total Ecstasy" at Annet Gelink Gallery (2010), "MAM Project 009:Meiro Koizumi" at Mori Museum, Tokyo (2009), and "The Corner of Bitter and Sweet" at Open Satellite, Bellevue, WA, USA (2009).  Recently he participated in group shows such as Liverpool Biennial (2010), Media City Seoul (2010) and Aichi Triennale, Japan (2010).