harawata “tsugu”


harawata “tsugu”

OPEN SITE 2019-2020 | TOKAS Educational Program

food and drawing, 2018 Photo: ARIMOTO Yayoi

Seventy percent of the Earth’s surface is covered with water and water makes up approximately seventy percent of the human body. The Blue Marble. This is what they called the first image of the Earth captured from outer space by the crew of the Apollo 17 in 1972 because the Earth resembled a blue marble floating in space. harawata will host a workshop using marbling to visualize water as environment while also using food to capture a glimpse of the presence of water in the body. Works produced will be presented following the workshop.

Date2020/2/1 (Sat) 13:00-16:00
*Workshop + talk (Guest & harawata)
  Guest: YAMAJI Moeka(Researcher, Earth Observation Research Center Space Technology Directorate I, JAXA)

2020/2/2 (Sun) 13:00-16:00
*Workshop + talk (harawata)
Capacity25 (Booking required)
*In case of too many applications, there will be a draw.
Application deadline2019/12/23 (Mon)
VenueTokyo Arts and Space Hongo Space A (1F)
Tokyo Waterworks Historical Museum

*Available only in Japanese

Workshop Report

Date2020/2/4 (Tue) - 2/9 (Sun) 11:00-19:00
VenueTokyo Arts and Space Hongo (Lounge)

Participated Creator