OPEN SITE 7 | Open Call Program【Exhibition】
In this exhibition, two long-term residents of Japan, Louise Rouse and Agustín Spinetto, artistic researchers from the fields of art and music, contemplate their own future, in collaboration with women who have also moved to Japan from other geographies around the planet. This exhibition sifts the experience of transnational migration stories through the lens of sound, memory and touch.
|Period||2022/12/10 (Sat) - 2023/1/22 (Sun)
|Closed||12/12, 12/19, 12/26, 12/29-1/3, 1/10, 1/16|
|Venue||Tokyo Arts and Space Hongo: Space A (1F)|
Supported by Tokyo Geidai "I LOVE YOU" Project
With Thanks To：wood planet、James Lambiasi Architect、屋台久留米ラーメンとんぱ〜れ、ハーブ農園リッコ
|Date||12/17 (Sat) 15:00-18:00|
|Admission||Free *Booking required|
|Contents||Creating a sound-artwork in the space with artists.|
|Notes||Please send photo images of where you currently live and where you were born and raised to the TOKAS office beforehand.
400px or larger is acceptable, so almost any quality of photos is fine.
Formed in 2019. Based in Tokyo, Buenos Aires and London.
Louise Rouse is an interedisciplinary visual artist who uses printmaking and installation. Recent works use the replication inherent in printmaking as a metaphor for transnational migration.
Agustín Spinetto is a music composer who uses audio samples, instruments and music programing. His loop-based music spans Live Electronics to Art Installations with visual artists. His loop-based music spans Live Electronics to Art Installations with visual artists.