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2014年09月04日
Nature - from the point of view of the global art  Art exhibition in the forest of SATO-YAMA (village-mountain) in the past, which began in 1997. We named “MORI-LAB” as a collectively referred of this experimental project three years ago. And we built up participation type of event as the forest maintenance and workshop, not just looking at the exhibited artworks. In the art exhibition in this year, we have invited artists a total of eight, Cote d’Ivoire/living in Germany, Lithuania, Korea, USA) four Overseas, and four of Japan. This is an attempt to embody the nature of the forest from the point of view of the global art. It is the highlight of this project that how the circumstance and idea of nature of each artists will connect to art expressions in this forest. We will plan a forum together with participating artists talk about “Nature + Art site” of each countries. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SouzoutoMorinokoe1997

Date

31 Aug – 5 Oct. 2014

Venue

A planning site of the Yokohama animal’s Forest park

Participated artists

[Japan] ASADA, Yoko Kiga, SUI ANRI, Moe Yashiro [Abroad] Jems Robert Koko Bi(Cote D’Ivoire, Germany resident), Ingrida Vaitkiene (Lithuania),Kyan Bishop(U.S.A), Kim, JungMin (Korea)

Related programs

*Art - Forest – Forum (discussion)

Date: 24 Aug.  2014 Venue:square of Exhibition site(A planning site of the Yokohama animal’s  Forest park) Lecturer:Jems Robert Koko Bi, Ingrida Vaitkiene,  Kyan Bishop.  Kim, JungMin, ASADA, Yoko Kiga, Sui Anri, Moe Yashiro

*Exhibition "from the Forest to Town"

Date: 24 Aug. - 6 Sep. 2014 Venue: Nakayama Station (Yokohama Municipal Subway) underground space Artist: Jems Robert Koko Bi, Ingrida Vaitkiene,  Kyan Bishop.  Kim, JungMin, ASADA, Yoko Kiga, Sui  Anri, Moe Yashiro

*Opening of Exhibition & Art tour

Date: 31 Aug. 2014 Venue: square of Exhibition site Artist: All of participating artist

*Workshop (Venue: square of Exhibition site)

7 Sep. 2014: "Making Bamboo music instruments" by Akatsuki Harada 14 Sep. 2014: "Forest Arabesque" by Yoichiro  Yoshikawa 14 Sep. 2014: "Making play house tableware by materials of the forest" by Moe Yashiro 14 Sep. 2014: "Potted Light" by Kiyotaka Tanaka 21 Sep. 2014: "Making a small creature living in the forest" by ASADA

*Closing event of the exhibition and Musical concert of bamboo

Date: 5 Oct. 2014 Venue: square of Exhibition site Artist: ASADA, Yoko Kiga, Sui Anri, Moe Yashiro  

Organizer

The GROUP the Creation and Voice of the Woods https://www.facebook.com/SouzoutoMorinokoe1997
2014年08月29日
With an exhibition, events' programme and objects in the city contemporary art festival "Survival Kit 6" will look at the city as utopia – place that does not exist, but that one wishes to reach. Pointing out social, urban, political and economic aspects of utopias, festival will search for ideas and possibilities to design our city together.
"Survival Kit" is a reoccurring art festival, organized since 2009, when it began as a reaction to global economic crisis, forcing public to find new strategies of survival and encouraging artists to define modes of existence.
Sound artist and performer Ryoji Ikeda will present an audio-visual performance "datamatics [ver 2.0]" in Riga reflecting on the topic of the festival - city as utopian space.

Ryoji Ikeda performance

  Date: 7 Sep. 2014 Venue:  Cinema Splendid Palace Program: datamatics [ver 2.0]  

Festival information

  Date: 4-27 Sep. 2014 Venue: Vāgnera Hall (Vecriga) and former Boļševička Textile Factory (Ganību dambis 30, Riga) Local organizer: Latvian Centre for Contemporary Art (LCCA) www.lcca.lv *More details:   www.survivalkit.lv  

Artist profile

Ryoji Ikeda Ryoji Ikeda is a Japanese sound artist who lives and works in Paris. Ikeda's music is concerned primarily with sound in a variety of "raw" states, such as sine tones and noise, often using frequencies at the edges of the range of human hearing. The conclusion of his album +/- features just such a tone; of it, Ikeda says "a high frequency sound is used that the listener becomes aware of only upon its disappearance" (from the CD booklet). Rhythmically, Ikeda's music is highly imaginative, exploiting beat patterns and, at times, using a variety of discrete tones and noise to create the semblance of a drum machine. His work also encroaches on the world of ambient music; many tracks on his albums are concerned with slowly evolving soundscapes, with little or no sense of pulse. In addition to working as a solo artist, he has also collaborated with, among others, Carsten Nicolai (under the name "Cyclo.") and the art collective Dumb Type. His work matrix won the Golden Nica Award in 2001. www.ryojiikeda.com
2014年08月28日
"What it takes to change" - New challenge of Ars Electronica  Ars Electronica Festival 2014’s theme is “C… what it takes to change”. To pursue this theme, the festival itself changes the form beyond the conventional venues, dives into “the city”, such as a shopping mall, school, and bank. From all over the world, innovators of many kinds of fields (Artists, Scientists, Technicians, Designers, Social Activists, Entrepreneurs..) are invited and present and share their unique viewpoints. Moreover, Ars Electronica start collaboration with European Capital of Culture Pilsen 2015, as well as Mons 2015. We discuss about how we can “change” the identity or culture of the city, and Japanese artists are invited for their performances and talk in this framework, during the Ars Electronica Festival. Ars Electronica website: http://www.aec.at/c/  

Date

4-8 Sep. 2014  

Program related to Japan

Date Program Artist Venue
4-8 Sep. 2014 Story Weaver Maki Namekawa, Chiaki Gloessl Ishikawa, Emiko Ogawa, Naohiro Hayaishi, Tetsuro Yasunaga, Hideaki Ogawa Deep Space
4-8 Sep. 2014 MIRAGE Grinder-Man Mariendom
4-8 Sep. 2015 Fumbaro East Japan Project Takeo Saijo OK Center
4-8 Sep. 2016 SHADOWLAND Kazuhiro Goshima OK Center
4-8 Sep. 2014 Falling Record Ei Wada School
4-8 Sep. 2014 Delta-Figure John Hathway Shopping Mall
4-8 Sep. 2014 Saccade-Based Display Junji Watanabe, Hideyuki Ando city / outside
4-8 Sep. 2014 Looks Like Music Yuri Suzuki Shopping Mall
4-8 Sep. 2014 iPhone Quick-Draw System Shota Mori  School
4-8 Sep. 2014 Skeltonics Shiroku Reyes Tatsuru, Aka Tomohiro, Nakano Kenji School, city
4-8 Sep. 2014 Device Art International Exhibition Hiroo Iwata, Novmichi Tosa, Kazuhiko Hachiya, Ryota Kuwakubo, Hideyuki Ando, Masahiko Inami, Kenji Suzuki Ars Electronica Center
 
2014年08月28日
Reconsider the Nature and Art with the different perspectives of Japan and Latvia Japanese artist Masaaki Nishi is recognised for his manifest respect for nature, and nature continues to be a fundamental component of his works. Masaaki Nishi frequently endeavours to join incompatible materials, and, in order to clarify his relationship with nature, chooses a durable material –  iron. The artist prefers to leave his sculptures untouched for a long time because his work on forming them is a very fine balance between creation and non-creation. For young Latvian sculptors, the artist’s master classes will not only be a unique experience in working with a great master, they will able to view Latvia’s greatest resource – nature – from another perspective. Workshop students will explore the question of urban art in the context of contrast comprising two elemen ts – the natural and the man-made. Three outdoor works will be created during the master class, in three different materials and techniques. Organised by the Art and Information Management Centre.

Date

25 Aug. - 8 Sep. 2014

Place

Riga city

 Artists

Masaaki Nishi, Aigars Bikše, and students of the Art Academy of Latvia

 Local organizer

The Center for Art Management and Information http://www.mmic.lv 
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