OPEN SITE 2018-2019 Open Call Program【Exhibition】
|Title||OPEN SITE 2018-2019 Open Call Program【Exhibition】
GENZOU (Kio GRIFFITH + HOSOBUCHI Tamaki)｜Photopia/scotopia - Tokyo GENZOU Vol.4
|Dat||2018.11.24(Sat) - 2018.12.24(Mon)
|Closed||Mondays (Except 12/24)|
|Time||11:00 - 19:00
|Organize||Tokyo Arts and Space, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture|
|Venue||Tokyo Arts and Space Hongo|
|Content||The metropolis of Tokyo is a living colossus, a restless beast in continuous and boundless exposure. The implicit desire of the city will accelerate as we move on to the year 2020, and it will not stop at the changes to city planning or architectural development; it will unconsciously permeate its way into the very cells of the urbanites. "Photopia" and "Scotopia" are visual phenomena which allow us to perceive "light" and "dark" in particular situations and locations. Genzou's 4th issue is a socio-photo-cartographic project exploring the limits of an aggregating image mapping processed from photographs taken of Tokyo.
Please upload your jpeg files from genzouprojects.com.
If your choose to upload via Twitter or Instagram, please include one or more of the hashtags; #photopia（daytime photography）＃scotopia (night photography) #genzou, or #genzou4.
Genzou was founded by Hosobuchi Tamaki and Kio Griffith from an apperceptive glocal theory combining the possibilities of photography and the status quo of the virtualized "dark room." In this current absence of any dark room procedure, Genzou reenacts the "developing" process by ways of materializing the object / image by print, installation, exhibit, research, text and other methods.
|Title||GENZOU (Kio GRIFFITH + HOSOBUCHI Tamaki)｜Photopia/scotopia - Tokyo GENZOU Vol.4
|Date||12/15 (Sat) 16:00-|
|Guest||KASAHARA Michiko (Vice director, Bridgestone Museum of Art)|