Tetsuro Kano "Naturplan: Bloomberg Pavilion Project"

Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo

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Is our idea of ‘nature’ the same as that of, for instance, a bird’s? In this installation, consisting of ready-made objects, Kano invites wild birds to enter, expanding the possibilities of time and space as if planning a new nature.

- Project Outline -
The ‘Bloomberg Pavilion Project’ will employ the pavilion in the grounds of the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, as a stage for solo and open exhibitions as well as performance events by young artists who are resident in Tokyo. This pavilion that was designed by Akihisa Hirata an architect who has recently received a lot of attention both at home and abroad, will stand beside the main entrance to the museum and become a new symbol of MOT. The space within this pioneering structure will present a challenging venue for young artists and through it we aim to invigorate the Tokyo art scene.

※The exhibit is located just outside the main entrance to the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo.

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From 2011-10-29 To 2011-11-27

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Tetsuro Kano

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