Open Studio 2017-2018 / March

Tokyo Arts and Space Residency

poster for Open Studio 2017-2018 / March

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Tokyo Arts and Space Residency provides opportunities for international creators in various disciplines including art, design, architecture and curation to stay, create works and conduct research in Tokyo, offering studio spaces and accommodation for creators. “Open Studio” is an opportunity for visitors to see creative activities carried out by the creators working with images, videos and drawings, as well as hear their talks and a dialogue with guest speakers.
Nine groups will give talks on 3/10 (Sat.), and there will be a special talk by Patrizia Dander, curator at the Museum Brandhorst in Munich, Germany on March 11. During her residency, she focused on the aftermath of the Osaka Expo ‘70, which propagated an outright “techno-utopia” with the introduction of groundbreaking technologies such as video-telephones or robots. She will discuss the development of the relationship between art and technology with Toshino Iguchi, Professor of Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Saitama University.

<International Creator Residency Program> Patrizia Dander (Germany | Curation), Gianfranco Foschino (Chile | Video-installation)
<Exchange Residency Program> Yi-Fan Li (Taiwan | Animation, Installation, Anuk Milaninovic (Switzerland, Germany | Video)
<Institutional Recommendation Program> Vincent Brault (Canada | Literature), Marc Caellas (Spain | Theater, Writing), Brenda Lozano (Mexico | Writing)
<Research Residency Program> Kerstin Bratsch (United States | Painting in the extended field, Jean-Maxime Dufresne & Virginie Laganiere (Canada | Installation, Photography), Claudio Zecchi (Italy, Portugal | Curation)
<Exhibit Only> Agua Chou (Taiwan | Interaction Design, , Social Design), Thibault Capéran & Chloé Fricout (France | Curation), Mario Rizzi (Germany | Film, Photography)

[Related Events]
Artists’ Talk Event
Date: Mar. 10 (Sat), 14:00-16:00

Special Talk:
Patrizia Dander × Toshino
Iguchi ”Art and Technology after the Osaka Expo 1970”
Date: Mar. 11 (Sun), 14:00-16:00
Speakers: Toshino
Iguchi (Professor of Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Saitama University), Patrizia Dander
*No booking required
*Event in Japanese and English
*Programs are subject to change



from March 09, 2018 to March 11, 2018
Exhibition Hours: 11:00-17:00.



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