|Title||OPEN STUDIO 2011/October
Guest Talk: Danny Yung (Chairperson of the Hong Kong Institute of Comtemporary Culture and founder/artistic director of the Hong Kong-based art group, Zuni Icosahedron)
|Time||13:00 - 18:00|
|Organize||Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site|
|Artist||Exchange Residency Program |
Jordan Baseman （Visual Art/UK）
Karen Richmond （Visual Art/UK）
Local Creator Residence Program
Yu Araki (Media Art/Japan)
Ryusuke Kido (Visual Art/Japan)
Katsunobu Yaguchi (Performing Art/Japan)
Tomoko Yoneda (Visual Art/Japan,UK)
Research Residency Program
Guido Ferilli （Researcher/Italy）
Matthias Wermke＆Mischa Leinkauf（Visual Art/ Germany）
Institutional Recommendation Program
Georg Bohle(Visual Art/ Netherlands)
Guest Creator Program(On the Agenda of the Arts)
Tran Minh Duc（Visual Art/Vietnam）
Krissakorn Thinthupthai(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, Danny Yung (Chairperson of the Hong Kong Institute of Comtemporary Culture and founder/artistic director of the Hong Kong-based art group, Zuni Icosahedron) will give a talk! Please don't miss this precious opportunity!
13:00-18:00 Open Studio
15:00-16:30 Guest Talk:
Danny Yung (Chairperson of the Hong Kong Institute of Comtemporary Culture and founder/artistic director of the Hong Kong-based art group, Zuni Icosahedron)
Admission free, No Reservation required.
DANNY N.T. YUNG was born in Shanghai and moved to Hong Kong at the age of five. In 1982, he founded Zuni Icosahedron, a Hong Kong art collective, and has been Artistic Director since 1985. In 2000, Yung organized an eleven weeks Festivals of Vision, a cross-cultural festival and conferences in Berlin and Hong Kong, involved 1000 artists and cultural practitioners from 35 cities in Asia and Europe. Currently, he is the policy advisor to Hong Kong government on several important cultural matters such as Creative Industries, West Kowloon Cultural District, and Planning of Cultural Hub. He has collaborated with UNESCO in initiating Arts in Education Observatory and the Centre for Intangible Cultural Heritage, and is the founder of the HKICC School of Creativity in Hong Kong.
TRAN Minh Duc