|Title||OPEN STUDIO 2011/September
Guest Talk:Yukinori Yanagi (Artist / Associate Professor, Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University)
|Time||13:00 - 18:00|
|Organize||Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site|
|Artist||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)
Institutional Recommendation Program
Georg Bohle(Visual Art/ Netherlands)
Christian Rizzo (Visual Art/France)
Iuan-Hau Chiang(Visual Art/France)
Guest Creator Program
Tran Minh Duc(Visual Art/Vietnam)
Krissakorn Thintupthai(Visual Art/Thailand)
Khvay Samnang(Visual Art/Cambodia)
* 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, Yukinori Yanagi(Artist/Associate Professor, Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University) will give a talk. Please don't miss this precious opportunity!
13:00-18:00 Open Studio
15:00-16:30 Guest Talk: "Wandering Position - The trail with my compass - "
Yukinori Yanagi (Artist/Associate Professor, Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University)
Admission free, No Reservation required.
Artist. Born in 1959. Graduated from MFA in painting, Musashino Art University, Tokyo, Japan in 1985 and finished fellowship of MFA in sculpture, Yale University, New Haven, CT, United States. Received "Aperto'93" award at 45th Venice Biennale and participated in group shows at Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (2000) and 45th Venice Biennale. Started "Inujima Art Project", Okayama, Japan from 1995 and to serve Associate Professor, Faculty of Art, Hiroshima City University, Japan. He also participated artist in residences such as "International Studio Program", P.S.1 Museum, New York, NY, United States (1993),"Acadia Summer Arts Program", Mount Desert, ME, United States (1999,2005) and Headland Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA, United States (2002).