|Title||OPEN STUDIO 2014/March
Presentatin and Talk: Takahiro Kaneshima (Executive Director of ART FAIR TOKYO, Director of Far East Contemporaries)
|Time||13:00 - 18:00
|Admission||Free, No Reservation required.|
|Organize||Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site
|Participating creators||〈Local Creator Residency Program〉
Yoi Kawakubo (Visual Art/Japan)
Saiko T. Kase (Visual Art/Japan)
Saori Nakazawa (Music/Japan)
Yoshihiro Yamamoto(Visual Art/Japan)
〈Exchange Residency Program〉
Chih-Wei Chuang(Visual Art/Taipei)
Tobias Madison(Visual Art/Basel)
〈International Creator Residency Program〉
Irwan Ahmett & Permata SP Salina(Visual Art/Indonesia)
Paribartana Mohanty(Visual Art/India)
〈Institutional Recommendation Program〉
Pedro Inoue (Brazil)
TWS Aoyama: Creator-in-Residence organizes 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. 10 creators from 6 countries will show their studio. There will be a studio tour and some performances.
13:00-18:00 Open Studio
15:00-16:30 Presantation & Talk Guest: Takahiro Kaneshima (Executive Director of ART FAIR TOKYO, Director of Far East Contemporaries)
Presentaion: Irwan Ahmett & Permata SP Salina, Paribartana Mohanty
* Japanese-English Interpretation * Please kindly note that the performances are subject to change.
13:00- "Series: Japanese Composers 4" Kou Sahara
14:00- "Series: Japanese Composers 5" Ken Namba
16:00- "Series: Japanese Composers 6" Katsuto Itamoto 17:30- "Series: Japanese Composers 7" Toshi Ichiyanagi
*Duration of each performance is about 45 minutes.
Takahiro Kaneshima is executive director of ART FAIR TOKYO since 2010, and is also director of FEC (Far East Contemporaries) since 2008 where he is committed to assist Asian artists and encourage the international art exchange program along with the research project of East Asian contemporary art. He has curated exhibitions ranging from contemporary art to fashion and to media art between Taiwan, China, Austria and Japan. His selected curatorial group exhibitions are : Discharge Mode To Order (Yokohama, 2008), Live by Play (Taipei, 2009), Next Reality (Yokohama, 2009), Contemporary airy crafts from Japan to Taiwan (Taipei, 2010), Parallel Far East Worlds (Chengdu , 2012). He also curated two solo shows for the Chinese artists, Sun Xun and Chen Wei, Beyond-ism (Yokohama, 2010) and Tight Rope (Yokohama, 2011). After receiving his MA from the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, he began carving a unique career with a background ranging from his employment at NOKIA Research Center (Finland), TOSHIBA Digital Media Company (Japan) and Tokyo Gallery + BTAP (China) before founding FEC in 2007. Also as a committee member of the city art project "Creative City Yokohama", he has been supporting its art and culture activity in that region.