Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS) Residency provides opportunities for creators in various disciplines including visual art, design, architecture and curation to stay, create works and conduct research in Tokyo, offering studio spaces and accommodation. While most international creators had to postpone their residency due to travel restrictions caused by the spread of COVID-19, Maetani Kai, who stays at TOKAS Residency and Rubén D’Hers, who participates in the online residency program will show the outcome of their research.
Maetani Kai will also give a talk with a guest speaker, Minato Chihiro (photographer, visual anthropologist, professor of Tama Art University) under the title "About inner image and landscape." (Conducted only in Japanese)
|Title||OPEN STUDIO 2021-2022/ December|
|Date||2021.12.10 (Fri) - 2021.12.12 (Sun)
*Schedule has been changed from 11.12 (Fri) - 11.14 (Sun).
|Time||11:00 - 17:00|
|Creator||＜Research Residency Program＞
MAETANI Kai (Japan | Photography, video)
＜Exchange Residency Program | Berlin＞ *Online residency
Rubén D’HERS (Germany | Sound art, music) *Exhibit only
|Organizer||Tokyo Arts and Space, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture|
|Partner Institution||＜Exchange Residency Program＞ Berlin City|
Rubén D’HERS, Faint Music, 2018
MAETANI Kai, Scape, 2019
|Date & Time||December 12（Sun）14:00-15:30 *Booking required.|
|Participating Creator||MAETANI Kai|
|Guest||MINATO Chihiro (Photographer, visual anthropologist and professor at Tama Art University)|
*Programs are subject to change due to unforeseen circumstances.