"3331 Trans Arts" Exhibition

3331 Arts Chiyoda

poster for "3331 Trans Arts" Exhibition

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The various emotions which arise through the relations between one person and another - within these undulations art appears, and without clinging to any one particular media, technique or field, opens out before us. Art holds the power to pierce through, or to reach beyond, and it is exactly this which has become the main theme for "3331 Trans Arts Exhibition".

Artists are not the only ones who, through trial and error, attempt to make daily life, society and community more enjoyable, more opportune, more interesting. The participants in this exhibition include those who are pursuing the "essence of art" through projects, groups, units, businesses and the very transformation of existing configurations to reach beyond genre, era, region, media and structure.

Mediated through creativity taking multiple directions, the gallery will become a space of unexpected chemical reactions. And within this, what kind of emotions will be jolted, and what forms will emerge? Please come to experience the moment in which "art" is brought into existence.
Venue: 1F Main Gallery

[Related Events]
- Opening Talk -
Theme: 'What is " TRANS ARTS "'
Date: 21st October (Sun) 17:00-19:00
Venue: 3331 Arts Chiyoda 1F community space
Admission: Reservation required ¥2000 (Students ¥1000) ※ includes entrance fee to the exhibition
How to reserve: Please send an email with your name, age and organization to transarts@3331.jp
*please note the talk is only available in Japanese


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From 2012-10-21 To 2012-12-02
Exhibition Hours: 12:00-19:00. Closed on Tuesday

Opening Reception on 2012-10-21 from 17:00 to 19:00


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