[Image: Yuichiro Tamura "suspense" 2020]
This event has ended.
*In accordance with preventive measures against the further expansion of the coronavirus, the gallery will be closed Saturday April 4th. Therefore, our current exhibition suspense will be closing today Friday April 3rd (until 18:00).
*In accordance with the Tokyo Governor’s request for citizens to stay home to prevent further expansion of the coronavirus, the gallery will be closed on Saturday March 28th. Although our current exhibition suspense is closing next Saturday, April 4th, opening hours will be 12:00 - 18:00 next week from March 31st to April 4th.
A three-person show with Fabian Knecht, Yuichiro Tamura, and Raul Walch. The dialogue between these three artists, which emerged from their time together in 2013 at the Institut für Raumexperimente, Berlin University of the Arts led by Olafur Eliasson, has continued to present day as their paths cross globally. An examination of the common practices and aesthetic languages present in the three artists’ works allows for a renewed reading of their works. All three have developed their practices by engaging with diverse media such as photography, video, installation, public intervention, and performance.
The title suspense, like the genre, points to the psychological state of continued internal tension in the audience as the plot approaches its conclusion, but this can also allude to “the prolonged state of being suspended.”