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Haruka Komori+Natsumi Seo
"Screening and Talk 'under the wave, on the ground'"

  • Date:
    2017.02.10(Fri) - 2017.02.12(Sun)
    1,000 yen
    Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site
    Tokyo Wonder Site Hongo
    Hark Komori, Natsumi Seo

波のした、土のうえ --花を手渡し明日も集う 映像 28min

For the coming March 11, Komori + Seo will present three-days screening event of their video work produced in 2014 along with talk sessions. The work under the wave, on the ground is constituted of video footages of the scenery and dialogue of people in the coastal city of Rikuzentakata, where was devastated by giant Tsunami 2011. The duo documented the region for three years and eight months, and constructed the footages by wearing narratives.

Date: February 10 (Fri.), 11 (Sat.), 12 (Sun.), 2017 *Finished
Start: Feb. 10 (Fri.) 19:15 (Doors open: 19:00) **
Feb. 11 (Sat.) 14:00 (Doors open: 13:30) *
Feb. 11 (Sat.) 19:15 (Doors open: 19:00) **
Feb. 12 (Sun.) 14:00 (Doors open: 13:30) *
Venue: Tokyo Wonder Site Hongo
Ticket: 1,000 yen

* After Talk by Guest speaker
** After Talk by the Artists
(Please note that the Talk Sessions will be available only in Japanese)

Talk Guest:
Feb. 11 Risaku Suzuki(Photographer)
Feb. 12 Chiaki Soma(Art Producer)

[Booking Now Closed(12th)]
Tickets available at door on 12th .
Please visit venue 60 minutes before screening starts (13:00).
For more information, please contact:

1. Booking should be made by E-mail or Fax.
Email: / Fax: 03-5689-7501
2. Please inform us of your name, phone number, date/ time/ name of the performance and number of tickets with a subject of "Booking for OPEN SITE". (On booking by Fax, please let us know your Fax number, too.)
3. Payment should be made at the venue on the day of performance.
4. Booking will be closed by 17:00 of the day before each performance, or as soon as the seats are fully booked. For the latest ticket information, please check this page.

*Please note that program content may change due to inevitable reasons.


Art duo of Komori, filmmaker and Seo, painter and writer. They started their activity in March 2011, when they worked as volunteers in disaster area of Northeastern coast. They moved to Rikuzentakata city, Iwate prefecture in 2012 and keep on document the scenery which changes day by day due to the reconstruction as well as people living there. In 2015, with the other companies working in the area, they established NOOK association Inc. which aims to create practical expression for the delivery of local document.