Euske Oiwa “Slow Actor”

Komagome Soko

poster for Euske Oiwa “Slow Actor”

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Euske Oiwa is an upcoming artist in the Japanese contemporary art scene. He has received several prizes, including the 2017 CAF Overseas Study Subsidy. His installations composed of various media such as video, readymades, paintings, and text show insight into the realms of narratology, linguistics, game study, and his specific philosophical perspective on temporality.

This exhibition, which makes full use of the two-storied building, is the largest one of Oiwa’s career. He uses motifs of “water” and “falling” to connect the body with art history and develops speculation around our subtle recognition of time and narratives. Architect Risako Okuizumi and curator Taichi Sunayama contribute to explorations of spatial perception within the contexts of data and materiality in the Information Age.


[Events]
Mon. 11 February, 17:00- “Redundancy: Design and Criticise the ‘Unoverlookable’”
Entrance Fee: 1000 yen, Reservation is not required
Guest : Takumi Fukuo, Risako Okuizumi

Sun. 24 February, 14:30 - 16:30 Artist Talk “How to Make Slow Actor”
Free Entrance, Reservation is not required
Artist : Euske Oiwa, Interviewer: Risako Okuizumi, Taichi Sunayama

Sun. 24 February, 17:00- “Levelup: Space-Time of Game and Installation”
Entrance Fee: 1000 yen, Reservation is not required
Guest : Akihiko Taniguchi, Shinji Matsunaga
All events in Japanese. Please see the official website for details.

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Schedule

from February 09, 2019 to March 02, 2019
Hours: 12:00—19:00. Closed on Mondays. Open on February 11th.

Opening Reception on 2019-02-09 from 17:00 to 19:00

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Euske Oiwa

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