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2017年03月27日

Date:

3-7 Sep. 2016

Venue:

Centrum Tworczosci Dziecka, Oratorium Marianum, Diakonia

Performers:

San-in Boys and Girls Chorus Little Phoenix, Miiyagi Sanjo OG Choir, NFM Boy’s Choir (Wroclaw)

Related programs:

・Homestay

 Date: 3-7 Sep. 2016

・Visiting to the High School Number 9

    Date: 7 Sep. 2016

 

 

2017年03月27日

Date:

1-11 Sep. 2016  

Venue:

Gallery Studio BWA Wrocław

Photographers:

Łukasz Rusznica (Wroclaw), Jon Cazenave (San Sebastian)

Artistic Director:

Mikiko Kikuta

Collaborator:

TIFF Festival

Place of photographing:

Kagawa prefecture of Japan

Related program:

・Artist's  Talk: Jon Cazenave,  Łukasz Rusznica, Mikiko Kikuta

 Date: 3 Sep. 2016

 Venue: BARBARA: infopunkt

2017年03月27日

Date:

27 Apr. 2016

Venue:

Wrocław Conservatory

Japanese partner:

Japan Clarinet Association

Japanese musicians:

Masaharu Yamamoto  Seiki Shinohe, Shuhei Isobe, Masashi Togame, Takeshi Nozaki, Yoko Yokota, ashinobu Kamei, Anna Hashimoto, Hidehito Naka, Rikuya Terashima, Kaho Asou

 

Related programs:

Date 

Programme

Venue

27 Apr. 2016

Lunch concert

Wroclaw Conservatory

Lecture by Takeshi Nozaki “Clarinet in Japan” 

Recital

Japan Gala Evening

2016年11月15日
A festival dedicated to music and contemporary art from Japan.
Audiences were stunned by the extensive program including dance performances, installations, video and concerts.
 

Avant Art Japan 2016 Festival was held in 3-8 October in Wroclaw, and it involved 16 Japanese participants within 19 various events - concerts, films, performance, workshop and a photo exhibition. It was a unique opportunity to present to Polish audience the wide and various range of Japanese culture and art. For artists it was a unique opportunity to establish long term artistic cooperation (Nao Nishihara and Pawel Romanczuk project and residency – to be continued in future), to create a space to perform with each other for the first time (Phew, Alex Hacke), or to start planning the next year cooperation (Naoki Kato and Avant Art). Due to the long stay in Wroclaw, which was a suggestion of an organizer for all festival’s guests, the artists had opportunity to visit Wroclaw and to get familiar with Polish culture in assistance of Avant Art’s staff and volunteers.

--Written by Katarzyna Gołecka

Date:

3-8 Oct. 2016

Japanese artists:

Keiji Haino, Aya Irizuki, Phew, Nao Nishihara, Ken Mai、Buffalo Daughter (SuGar Yoshinaga, Yumiko Ohno, MoOoG Yamamoto), Ikue Mori, Group A (Sayaka Botanic,Tommy Tokyo), Kyoka, Aoki Takamasa, Naoki Kato, Keisuke Masuda, Junya Ishii, Masaaki Ueno
Guest Curator: Keiko Yoshida (1985 TOKYO Underground Gin Satoh - selected pieces’ exhibition)

Participants from other countries:

Balazs Pandi (Hangary)、Paweł Romańczuk (Poland)、Alexander Hacke (Germany)、Danielle de Picciotto (Germany)、 Zamilska (Poland)、Kristen (Poland), 2G (Poland)

Programs:

Date Programs Artists Venue
3 Oct. 2016 Concert Keiji Haino Firlej
4 Oct. 2016 “Yximalloo” Tadhg O’Sullivan, Feargal Ward New Horizons Cinema
5 Oct. 2016 “Thread Clay”  Aya Irizuki Swiebodzki Station
Concert Phew
„Live from Tokyo” Lewis Rapkin New Horizons Cinema
6 Oct. 2016 "Mau Ka San”  Nao Nishihara, Pawel Romańczuk Paweł Romańczuk Studio
Concert Kristen  
Concert Phew、Alexander Hacke、Danielle de Picciotto Swiebodzki Station
7 Oct. 2016 XESDERCAS  Ken Mai Bar Barbara
Concert 2G Swiebodzki Station
Concert Buffalo Daughter
Concert Ikue Mori
"Live House”  Kevin Mcgue New Horizons Cinema
8 Oct. 2016 Concert Masaaki Ueno Swiebodzki Station
Concert Group A
Concert Nao Nishihara
Concert Kyoka
Concert Zamilska
Concert Takamasa Aoki
Butoh Workshop Ken Mai Bar Barbara
 "2045: Carnival Folklore” / Sierror! Naoki Kato, Keisuke Masuda, Junya Ishii Swiebodzki Station
5-8 Oct. 2016 1985 TOKYO Underground Gin Satoh - selected pieces’ exhibition  Gin Satoh Swiebodzki Station
2016年11月15日

The outcome of the program was a production of an exhibition in MWW (Museum of Contemporary Art Wrocław) situated in the central area of the 5th biggest city in Poland. The exhibition has been widely commented on including main radio stations (Program Pierwszy Polskiego Radia, Program Czwarty Polskiego Radia, Radio Kamus, Radio RAM) and online. The exhibition consisted of 5 exhibition spaces, two of which included video screenings. In other spaces over 3500 photos from the project Lost & Found were displayed on the walls. Moreover, two books were displayed- an original photo album and a photobook about the project made by Munemasa Takahashi.  

Written by Maciej Bujko

Date: 

1-11 Sep. 2016

Venue: 

Wroclaw Contemporary Museum (MWW)

Japanese artists:

Munemasa Takahashi

Other participated artists:

Miyuki Hinton, Joanna Ziajka

Related Program:

●Munemasa Takahashi's Talk
  Date: 2 Sept.2016
  Venue:  Wroclaw Contemporary Museum
2016年09月26日

Wide-ranging exhibitions and workshops on the themes of interrelationships among art, society, nature and technology.

Eco Expanded City, an exhibitions-cum-workshops project, has combined series of events, exploring imagined and real, historical and potential relationships within society, art, nature and technology as they are rendered in artistic and design practices, revealing their mutual interpenetrations and interdependences. In this context, Japanese media art has served as a kind of metaphoric laboratory for applied futures in which art, science and technology are equitably employed for the recognition of the world. Cooperation with Japanese artists and guest curators resulted in a selection of splendid installations, video screenings, artist talks and presentations. These collaborations, both ongoing and just initiated, continue within such projects of the WRO Art Center, as the Mots, Crabs, Fluids exhibiton at the Koszyki Hall in Warsaw (October-November 2016) or the 17th Media Art Biennale WRO 2017 Draft Systems (May-June 2017).
 

Eco Expanded City:

Date Exhibition Japanese participants and their works Venue
13 May – 3 Jul. 2016
UTOPIAS of Expanded City 
Takahiko Iimura, MA: Space/Time in the Garden of Ryoan-Ji
Hajime Narukawa, AuthaGraph
AKI INOMATA, Why Not Hand Over a «Shelter» to Hermit Crabs? (curator: Junya Yamamine)
Akira Wakita, Furnished Fluid 
WRO Art Center, Wrocław
15-19 May, 2016
Puryfications
Ichiro Higashiizumi + Selene creative team, Moonbell
the Mikveh of the White Stork Synagogue, Wrocław
14-31 May, 2016
Synthetic Nature 
exonemo – Kensuke Sembo + Yae Akaiwa, Fireplace (curator: Junya Yamamine)
Kazuhiro Goshima, Shadowland (curator: Koyo Yamashita)
Ai Hasegawa, I Wanna Deliver a Dolphin (curator: Yukiko Shikata)
Takamasa Iwasaki, The Symptoms of Nature: From Four Poems (curator: Yukiko Shikata)
Macoto Murayama, Botech Compositions 
Shota Yamauchi, El Condor Pasa (curator: Yukiko Shikata)
the Pokoyhof Passage,
Wrocław
13 Jul.  – 4 Dec. 2016
Metabolism of the Anthropocene
Ai Hasegawa, I Wanna Deliver A Dolphin, video installation+chart
AKI INOMATA, Why Not Hand Over A «Shelter» To Hermit Crabs? White Chapel Series, video, documentation of artist talk
Hajime Narukawa, Authagraph World Maps, wallpaper, prints + video + video documentation from the Utopias exhibition in WRO Art Center
 
WRO Art Center, Wrocław
 

Related Program:

Date Program Japanese participants and their works Venue
15 May 2016
Meta-ecologies. The World Inside Us -screening program with introductory lecture
Hikaru Suzuki, Mr. S and Doraemon
Yoko Kuno, Airy Me
Ayaho Kawakami, Odekake
Ryo Hirano, Paradise
Chiaki Ishizuka, Portrait of Daucus Carota
Natsumi Aoyagi, Incubation Diary
Maaya Miki, On 3.11, Walking Back Home With Growing Soap Bubbles: 2016 ver.
the White Stork Synagogue, Wroclaw
15 May 2016
Ichiro Higashiizumi – artist talk
Ichiro Higashiizumi, Simon Laroche (CA), David Szanto (CA), Lynn Cazabon (US)
the Mikveh of the White Stork Synagogue, Wrocław
15 May,
17, 24, 31  Jul. 7, 14, 21, 28 Aug.
 2016
ASA – Japanese Matinée, a screening of Japanese animation for families and children
Shiriagari Kotobuki, Dog & Bone
Yoji Kuri, Funkorogashi
Koji Yamamura, Fig
Yoshihisa Nakanishi, Bio City, Loopic Cube
WRO Art Center, Wrocław
15 May 2016
Authagraph – the new world map, a performative lecture for families and children
Hajime Narukawa
WRO Art Center, Wrocław
17 May 2016
Conference Interfaces, Codes, Symbols. The Future of Communication. Lecture
by Hajime Narukawa - Authagraph World Map – The New View of the World,
lecture, introduction to the session titled The Map and Territory. The
Cartography of Hybrid Reality
Hajime Narukawa
the White Stork Synagogue, Wrocław
8 Jun. 2016
AKI INOMATA – artist talk
AKI INOMATA, Junya Yamamine, Agnieszka Kubicka-Dzieduszycka
WRO Art Center, Wrocław
9 Jun. 2016
Cracks of Reality a screening with introductory lecture
Akihiko Taniguchi, Holly Herndon, Chorus 
Masashi Yokota, Kioku Zenkei 
Michiko Tsuda, She Would Come Back There to See Her Again on the Following Day #1, Occupants and King in the Configuration Forest – Defective Formal Logic #1
Shota Yamauchi, Flying Bread
Eriko Sonoda, Space is the Place
Noriko Koshida, on the shore of the desk, something in the spiral world
WRO Art Center, Wrocław
29 Jun. 2016
Behind the Walls – screening program with introductory lecture
Mikio Okada, hierophanie
Isamu Hirabayashi, Textism
Kazuhiro Goshima, Z Reactor
Isamu Hirabayashi, 663114
Shigeo Arikawa, It Has Already Been Ended Before You See the End
Shunsuke Hasegawa, Vanishing Circuit
Rieko Ouchi, Reply; Repeat Repeated; Delete; Favorite Favorited
Akira Miyanaga, Wavy
WRO Art Center, Wrocław

Co-curator from Japan: 

Yukiko Shikata, Junya Yamamine, Koyo Yamashita

2016年07月15日

Traditional Japanese dance jiutamai steadily winning growing numbers of enthusiasts in Europe. Lustrous performance set to Chopin and Polish folk tales.

The performance was a result of long preparations carried parallely on both, Japanese and Polish sides. There was only one face to face meeting in December 2015 and much of arduous distant work which was confronted and joined into consistent performance during two days of intensive rehearsals. The hall was almost full and we have got many congratulations and enthusiastic reviews just after the performance. Not only general audience but also most of Polish enthusiast of Japanese dance and shakuhachi music who had contacted us earlier to make reservations were attracted to the performance. After three days of intensive jiutamai workshop, the dancers who attended (and also a few others who were not able to attend at the time) gathered to create a regular workshop group located in Wroclaw which will be managed in Poland by Hana Umeda and from distance by Tokijyo Hanasaki. There was also a good contact to three of Polish shakuhachi musicians which can be first step to create interesting collaboration between them and between the musicians and NAMI Foundation. During the rehearsals days, an improvised shakuhachi workshop with master Ishikawa has organized for them. Also the next jiutamai performance by the team of Tokijyo Hansaki is initially planned for the next year in Poland.

(Grazyna Pogorzelska)

Date:

21 Jun. 2016

Venue:

Chamber Hall at Impart (Wroclaw, Polamd)

Japanese participant:

Tokijyo Hanasaki, Toshimitsu Ishikawa, Shino Hanasaki, Mitsunaga Kanda

Related Program:

● jiutamai workshop
 Date: 17-19 Jun. 2016
 Venue: High School Number 9
 
● shakuhachi workshop
 Date: 20 Jun. 2016
 Venue: Chamber Hall at Impart
2016年07月07日

Fostering shogi fans of the future! The appeal of shogi open to everyone from children to adults.

Shogi started in Poland as the game for self-learning, mainly adult people usually meeting on virtual boards. During last few years a network of tournaments has been developed but there was still a lack of separate youth tournaments (which are generally lacking in Europe with only few exceptions). There is also a luck of youth and children training methods and of efforts to promote shogi among children. The tournament was held to fulfill this lack and to make a connection between European groups interested in training of young shogi players and between the young players themselves. Although only Belarussian children joined the tournament, we were able to make close contacts with groups from Ukraine and Germany, which can bear fruits next years.

(Maciej Pogorzelski)

Date:

23-24 Jul. 2016

Venue:

Wroclaw City Public Library

Japanese participant:

Madoka Kitao (Ladies 2-dan Shogi Professional), Kota Fujiwara

Japanese partner: 

International Shogi Popularization Society

Cooperation:

Polish Shogi Association

Related Programme:

Meeting of Madoka Kitao with shogi players
Date: 22 Jul, 2016
Place: NAMI Foundation
 
Dobutsu shogi in Wroclaw ZOO (Festival of Dobutsu Shogi Day 1)
Date: 22 Jul, 2016
Place: ZOO in Wroclaw
 
Dobutsu shogi open tournament (Festival of Dobutsu Shogi Day 2)
Date: 23 Jul, 2016
Place: Barbara, Wroclaw
2016年07月07日

Wroclaw performance and workshop by Shunputei Ichinosuke, rakugo performer traveling throughout Europe.

Although rakugo was shown in Poland before, we had an opportunity to introduce rakugo to Wroclaw. Big interest starting a few months before the date revealed a group of Polish rakugo fans ready to travel the country to see the rakugo show. The performance gathered over 150 viewers of different ages and different genres. Some of them were Japan language professionals, some general fans of Japanese cultures, some fans of theatre and even quite many young fans of anime. This mix have created very involved audience who also engaged themselves in a very interesting Q&A session after the show.

(Grazyna Pogorzelska) 

Date:

27 Jul. 2016 

Venue:

Impart Hall, Wroclaw

Performer:

Ichinosuke Shunputei, Koharu Tatekawa

Related Program:

●Rakugo Workshop 
 Date: 26 Jul. 2016
 Venue: NAMI Foundation
2016年07月07日

Japanese calligraphy enjoys acclaim in Europe. A rich world of experience through the work and workshop of Kumamoto-born calligrapher Tanso Moriyama.

The position of Japanese calligraphy is well established in Europe but there is very little opportunity to see best contemporary artworks like these by Tanso Moriyama commented and explained by one of his students – Sayuri Goto. The exhibition will be placed in the new (still built) house of local division of Public Library of Wroclaw at the main railway station. The division keeps high devotion to Japanese literature. The Director of Japanese Department, Ms. Daria Waszczuk often helps to organize Japanese culture events in Wroclaw. The exhibition will be accompanied by open workshop for wide audience and short intensive course for a small group.

Exhibition:

 Date:7-28 Dec. 2016

 Venue: Wroclaw City Public Library Division 42

 Japanese artist:  Tanso Moriyama (exhibition), Sayuri Goto-Fuksiewicz (explanation)

Related Programs:

・Meeting with Sayuri Goto-Fuksiewicz

 Date: 28 Dec. 2016

 Venue: Wroclaw City Public Library Division 42

・Japanese Calligraphy Workshop

 Date: 21-22 Jan. 2017

 Venue: Polish-Japanese Friendship Foundation NAMI

 Japanese artist: Julia Yamato

 

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