Rahel Bruns “Human Faces”

Zou-no-hana Terrace

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The Port Journey Project connects the world’s creative port cities. For this year’s event, Hamburg artist Rahel Bruns will hold her first solo exhibit in Japan “Human Faces”, a large window pane of glass scattered with numerous faces. Bruns will use photos of the faces of locals and tourists who gather at Yokohama’s Zou-no-hana Terrace to create a dynamic parade of faces.

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Work in Progress
Public installation and production of the exhibition. Participatory workshop is an opportunity for visitors to help install the stickers of faces.
Date and Time: 7/7 (Sat)-7/8 (Sun)

Talk Event: Building Community from Spaces - Shifting the Public Space
Date and Time: 7/13 (Fri) 17:00-
A talk program about public spaces with researchers and activists involved in urban development from Japan and the US. The discussion will focus on the best uses of public spaces using case studies from Georgia, San Diego, and Yokohama.
Participants: Yasuyuki Akimoto (visiting professor, Yokohama National University/secretary general, Yokomachi Club), James Enos (associate professor, University of Georgia), Jan Derek Diekema (director, CareX) Facilitator: Nobuharu Suzuki (professor, Yokohama National University)
Fee: Free

Reception Party & Artist Talk “Snack Zou-no-hana”
The reception for “Human Faces” will be held in collaboration with “Snack Zou-no-hana”. An artist talk will be held with Rahel Bruns and Rintaro Hara, who exhibited this spring in Helsinki as part of the Port Journey Project.
Date and Time: 7/13 (Fri) 19:00-
Participants: Rahel Bruns (artist), Rintaro Hara (artist)
Fee: Free

Drawing Workshop
Date and Time: 7/14 (Sat)-7/15 (Sun

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Schedule

from July 07, 2018 to July 19, 2018

Opening Reception on 2018-07-13 from 19:00 to 21:00
Artist Talk by Rahel Bruns and Rintaro Hara.

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