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Tokyo Wonder Site Art Cafe WINDOWS Vol.13

"TOKYO EXPERIMENTAL FESTIVAL Vol.9 ― TEF Sound Installation" Satellite Event

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  • Date:
    2014.12.08(Mon) - 2015.01.19(Mon)
    10:00 - 23:30
    Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site
    TWS Art Cafe 24/7 coffee & roaster *located in TWS Shibuya
    Ami Yamasaki / Shun Owada / Muku Kobayashi

Exhibition series "WINDOWS Vol.13" will be held at TWS Art Cafe 24/7 coffee & roaster as a part of the related project for "TOKYO EXPERIMENTAL FESTIVAL Vol.9 ― TEF Sound Installation" exhibiton held at TWS Hongo.

For more information on "TOKYO EXPERIMENTAL FESTIVAL Vol.9 ― TEF Sound Installation" exhibition click here

Ami Yamasaki
Ami Yamasaki is a vocalist and cross-media artist. She creates installations, performance pieces, and directs films. With special vocals and listening, Yamasaki explores the nuance of the world and tries to bring its light and shade out or weaken them by her own creation. Yamasaki explores the relationship between us and our universe. Yamasaki has invited to Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and Aomori Contemporary Art Center in 2013. Yamasaki has collaborated with Keiji Haino and Norimizu Ameya, provided original music for choreographer Makoto Matsushima, and appeared the stages directed by Yasunori Ikunishi.


■Shun Owada (exhibition artist) 
Born in 1985, Shun Owada is a Tokyo-based sound artist. He earned his master's degree from Tokyo University of the Arts in 2012. Having an interest in physical/physiological aspects of sound, he explores relation between sound and perception of (living) things. His works vary from live improvisation using computers to sound installation.

©Ryohei Tomita

Muku Kobayashi
Born in Tokyo in 1992, Muku Kobayashi is now in his senior year at the Art & Media course, Department of Information Design, Tama Art University. Up to his second year at the university, he studied architecture and landscape design, and switched to the current course in his third year, majoring in media art. He uses devices that make simple movements and scrap materials to create installation works.