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互相通信——聆听无声之声的课

策展人:洼田研二

  本项目是衔接2019年已举办的上一届Reborn-Art Festival(以下简称RAF)与预定2021年举办的“RAF2021”的线上项目。 2021年恰逢东日本大地震十周年之际。 10年前,重大海啸造成了石卷有很多人从此失去了宝贵的生命。那一天已经过去了10年。幸存的人们带着那一天之前的记忆,带着那一天之后的思忆努力地生活。那里有每一个人不同的切身经历,每一个故事都各不相同。这些经历,是我们无法亲耳聆听的数不胜数的宝贵声音,是我们无法亲眼目睹的不胜枚举的珍贵思忆。

 

2019年 石卷

  本项目名为《互相通信——聆听无声之声的课》,整个项目分三次上线,包括诗朗读、歌曲、对谈和表演等不同形式的节目。这是一场以RAF举办地石卷为中心,通过艺术家们的表演,与亡魂、动物、自然、他人等我们日常接触不到但存在于这个世界上的“无声之声”进行“互相通信”的一堂课。

青叶一子『风室』RAF 2019

  让我们的意识转向看不见的东西,听不到的事物,发挥想象力。这也是现在世界范围内因新冠病毒感染扩大而造成环境问题、分化或歧视等不同潜在问题浮出水面,世界的模样发生急剧变化的当下所急需解决的问题。

  希望能通过本项目,让大家感觉世界离你更近,更亲密。
互相通信——聆听无无声之声的课 策展人
洼田研二/ KENJI KUBOTA
曾在上野之森美术馆、水户艺术馆当代艺术中心担任学艺员,2006年起转为独立策展人。2012年-2016年担任筑波大学艺术系副教授并参与创新复兴计划。与艺术家、大学及企业等共同合作,通过不同文化形式,尝试探索在政治、经济等社会体系下艺术所可能起到的作用。策展过众多国内外的展览,如《X-color 涂鸦 in Japan》(水户艺术馆当代艺术中心,2005年)、《Money Talk》(广岛市当代艺术博物馆,2007年-2008年)、《六本木 Crossing 2010——艺术,有可能?》(森美术馆,2010年)、《Don’t Follow the Wind(逆风而行)》(福岛返家困难区域某地,2015年-)、《亚洲艺术双年展》(台湾美术馆)等。目前任学习院女子大学外聘讲师、川村文化艺术振兴财团理事。

吉增刚造

Gozo Yoshimasu

Poet. Born in 1939 in Tokyo, Japan. Gozo Yoshimasu graduated from the Department of Literary Studies at Keio University in 1945. Owing to the poetry magazine Drumcan to which he contributed while at university, he entered the world of poetry in the 1960s as a standard-bearer for poetry, projecting an image of rushing linguistic impulses on the verge of explosion. Since the publication of his debut poetry collection Departure in 1964, he has traveled to various regions of Japan and the world over half a century, shifting to the phase of incoporating the spirits of different lands and voices of others into his poetic space while continuing to create groundbreaking work at the forefront of contemporary poetry. His published poetry collections include Anthology of Golden Age Poetry; River Written in Cursive; Osiris, God of Stone; Helix Songs, and Kemono kun (little monster). In addition, he has written numerous works of literary criticism including I Am a Flaming Mirage and A Lifetime’s Path through Dreams: Walking with Orikuchi Shinobu, and is a pioneer of poetry recital performances in Japan and abroad. In recent years, Yoshimasu has broken new ground in works that sharpen the visual, auditory and other senses, such as omote-gami (Mainichi Art Award) that combines his own poetry with multi- exposure photos, video works known as gozo-ciné that function as documents of poems, and objects that involve letter engraving onto copper plate. In 2015, he was recognized as a Person of Cultural Merit, and was awarded the Imperial Prize and Japan Art Academy Prize. Yoshimasu is a member of the Japan Art Academy. His exhibitions include “The Voice Between: The Art and Poetry of Yoshimasu Gozo” held at The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo in 2016 and “The Echoes from the Abyss: The Poems of Gozo Yoshimasu” held respectively at Ashikaga Museum of Art, Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum, and the Shoto Museum of Art between 2017 and 2018.

青叶一子

Ichiko Aoba

"Ichiko Aoba Musician. Born in 1990. Releasing her first solo record in 2010, Ichiko has released 6 albums up until now. Her latest release was her album qp in 2018. Aside from her solo career, she has taken part in the studio session CD called Radio which was a collaboration with Haruomi Hosono, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Shogo Oyamada and U-zhaan. She has also collaborated with beat maker Sweet William on their collaboration single Karakahi, as well as releasing under the name ""NUUAMM"" which is a unit she as with Mahitothepeople. In 2018, she had an Asian tour which took place in Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore, which became her third Asia tour in her career. She has also showed her talent in the advertisement world, doing music for Kewpie, Odakyu Line Romace Car, Tokyo Electron, and Tama Home. Not only that, she has also taken part in theater such as Hyakki Opera Rashomon, Watashi was Shingo, Reming -please take me to the edge of the world-. and cocoon. She was also chosen as the voice over for the main character Trixie in the short animation movie ""Blade Rummer Blackout 2022”."

花崎 草

Kaya Hanasaki

HANASAKI Kaya born in Tokyo. She is currently based in Japan and other Asian countries. Hanasaki is a performance artist who also works on various mediums including projects, workshops, installations, video works, and more others. Hanasaki takes her own view of social, political, and cultural issues, which all have a profound influenced upon her to live in contemporary society. She reflects her thoughts to these issues in her works and activities. In 2012, She graduated from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts with an M.F.A. In 2017, she was one of the founders of the cultural space ‘Ivy Palace’ in Taipei and managed it till 2019. The solo exhibition includes ‘My home, Our treasure’, Treasure Hill Artist Village, Taipei (2016), and her work has been included in group exhibitions such as ‘You (We) are Beautiful!’, Shinokubo UGO (2020), ‘Exposing the bushes’, TOKAS Hongo (2020). "

李 俊阳

Jun-Yang Li

Li was born in Taitung in 1967. His father was a painter of movie posters. He achieves to define his artistic creation with almost zero external artistic education, and has been engaged in colored drawing of temples, painting of movie posters, calligraphy, making heads of Taiwanese glove puppets, and multi-media installations. Traditional elements widely used in his works have not limited his creations. Being a boundary-pushing artist, Li has been challenging existing systems with perceptive observation and his creative momentum is free and expressive. For him, personality and attitude define one’s painting style. Painting technique is just a form. What is more important is to create while discovering the freedom of mind.

SWOON

Caledonia Curry, whose work appears under the name Swoon, is a Brooklyn-based artist and is widely known as the first woman to gain large-scale recognition in the male-dominated world of street art. Callie took to the streets of New York while attending the Pratt Institute of Art in 1999, pasting her paper portraits to the sides of buildings with the goal of making art and the public space of the city more accessible. In a moment when contemporary art often holds a conflicted relationship to beauty, Callie’s work carries with it an earnestness, treating the beautiful as sublime even as she explores the darker sides of her subjects. Her work has become known for marrying the whimsical to the grounded, often weaving in slivers of fairy-tales, scraps of myth, and a recurring motif of the sacred feminine. Tendrils of her own family history—and a legacy of her parents’ struggles with addiction and substance abuse—recur throughout her work. While much of Callie’s art plays with the fantastical, there is also a strong element of realism. This can be seen in her myriad social endeavors, including a long-term community revitalization project in Braddock, Pennsylvania and her efforts to build earthquake-resistant homes in Haiti through Konbit Shelter. Her non-profit, the Heliotrope Foundation, was created in order to further support these ventures. Today, Callie’s work can be found on the sides of buildings worldwide and has been given both permanent and transient homes in more classical institutions, including New York’s Museum of Modern Art, the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, the Tate Modern, and the São Paulo Museum of Art. Most recently, she has begun using film animation to explore the boundaries of visual storytelling.

石仓俊昭

Toshiaki Ishikura

The anthropologist Toshiaki Ishikura is an associate professor at the Department of Fine Arts, Akita University of Art, and a research fellow at Meiji University’s Institut pour la Science Sauvage. He has conducted research on saints and mountain worship in India, Nepal, and the Tohoku region of Japan, developing research on comparative mythology in the Pacific Rim. In parallel to this, Ishikura travels and conducts fieldwork in collaboration with various artists, exploring the possibilities for art in human activities ongoing for tens of thousands of years. His co-authored books include Cosmo-Eggs: Uchu no tamago—Korekutibu igo no ato (Cosmo-Eggs: Post-Collective Art) (torch press, 2020), Lexcion—Gendai jinruigaku (Lexicon—Contemporary Anthropology) (Ibunsha, 2018), and Yasei meguri—Retto shinwa o meguru juni no tabi (A Tour of the Wild: Twelve Journeys Around Myths of the Archipelago) (Tankosha, 2015). Ishikura’s exhibition credits include “Cosmos-Eggs” at the Japan Pavilion at the 58th Venice Biennale (2019), “The Ecology of Expression: Remaking Our Relations with the World” (Arts Maebashi, 2019), and “Spirit of ‘North’ vol.10” (Rovaniemi Art Museum, 2019).

志贺理江子

Lieko Shiga

Born in 1980 in Aichi Prefecture. Graduated from Chelsea College of Art and Design, London in 2004. Has lived in Miyagi Prefecture since 2008. Major exhibitions include “Rasen Kaigan” (solo show, Sendai Mediatheque, 2012), “In the Wake” (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 2015), “New Photography 2015” (The Museum of Modern Art, New York, 2015), “Blind Date” (solo show, Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, 2017) and “Human Spring” (solo show, Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, 2019).

山川风树

Fuyuki Yamakawa

Born in London in 1973, Fuyuki Yamakawa is based in Yokohama. His work transcends the boundaries of music, contemporary art, and performing arts with forms of expression that appeal to our senses of sight and hearing as well as cutaneous sensation. Yamakawa is known as a master of khoomei, a traditional type of Tuvan throat singing. He has staged performances in sixteen countries, presenting such work as one that transforms his heartbeat into light and music through an electronic stethoscope, and another that amplifies the vibration inside his skull through a bone conduction microphone. In the field of contemporary art, Yamakawa’s work includes The Voice-over, which deals with memories of voice in relation to mass media and the individual, and “Pa”nishi-ment (2011–), which will reach completion when the ownership of the sound of the syllable “pa” as pronounced by the artist is sold to an art collector for ¥1 million. Yamakawa also engages in long-term projects at Oshima Seisho-en Sanatorium for leprosy patients and, as a member of Grand Guignol Mirai, the “difficult-to-return zone” in Fukushima.

OUTLINE

展会概要

Reborn-Art Festival 2021-22
— 利他と流動性 —

【 会议 】

夏季:2021年8月11日(周三)-2021年9月26日(周日)
春季:2022年4月23日(周六)至2022年6月5日(周日)
*展览期间将设置一个维护日(假日)。

【 地点 】

ー 夏 ー
2021年
石卷市区・牡鹿半岛

ー 春 ー
2022年
石卷地区

【 主办单位 】

Reborn-Art Festival 执行委員会
一般社团法人 ap bank

【 资助 】

文化厅 国际文化艺术发信据点形成事业

【 翻译 】
小山瞳 , 吴珍珍

【 Web Direction 】
加藤 淳也
(PARK GALLERY)