November 16th 14:30-17:30

Open Discussion | The form of art work - project・research・production・exhibition・collection・archive・・

@OPEN STUDIOS 02 Related event


Report : Sorry only Japanese is available..

【Panelists】

Tomoko NODA
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PHOTO:Tetsuro Kano



Nadegata Instant Party[NAKAZAKI Tohru+YAMASHIRO Daisuke+NODA Tomoko]
Member /Art Manager

PHOTO:Tetsuro Kano

Born 1983 in Gifu, Japan. Received MA in Cultural Policy and Management, Shizuoka University of Art and Culture, Shizuoka, Japan in 2008. Previously worked at Mujinto-Production and NANJO and ASSOCIATES till she established a solo production agency, 'Ippongi Production' in 2014. She manages and oversees projects with focus on the management for artistic expression within and beyond contemporary genre and modern social environment.  She currently serves as art manager for Nadegata Instant Party.


Hiroyuki HATTORI
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Aomori Contamporary Art Cetnre [ACAC], Aomori Public University
Curator

Born 1978 in Aichi, He received MA in Architecture from Waseda University in 2006. He organizes Artist-in-Residency program as the curator of Aomori Contemporary Art Centre. At the same time he is running an alternative art space Midori Art Center (MAC) to provide a platform for activities which are different from what public institutions tend to produce. His recent activities as the curator include MEDIA/ART KITCHEN held in 4 Southeast Asian cities, Aomori and Yamaguchi from 2013 to 2014. He was the curator of the Towada Oirase Art Festival SURVIVE ~ Time Hoppers on the Earth in 2013.

Rika FUJIKI
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MUJIN-TO Production
Director

She had worked for MIZUMA Art Gallery for 11years before founding MUJIN-TO Production. She is managing artists expressing their views with unique approach to the society and history such as Kazuhiko Hachiya, Lyota Yagi, Chim↑Pom, Sachiko Kazama, Ryohei Usui, Yoko Asakai, Yukihiro Taguchi, Tsubasa Kato and Kenta Nishimura. She also plans and produces various projects to deliver artistic activities internationally.



Sen UESAKI
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Keio University Art Center
an archivist and theorist

Born 1974. He is a Japanese theorist whose writing focalizes the interface of archive through the medium of Conceptual Art during the postmodernist period (he often refers to Robert Smithson's notions such as "printed matter," "Site/Nonsite" and/or "dedifferentiation"). One of his published work "A Sedimentation of the Archival Mind" (2013) describes the ephemeral condition of the avant-garde art which is event-based, document-based, fundamentally unsustainable and thus hardly adjustable to the museum's established system (i.e., exhibition and collection). Uesaki studied at Tama Art University and is currently an archivist at Keio University Art Center, Tokyo.


Mihoko NISHIKAWA
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Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
Curator

After completing Mphil, in Aesthetics and Science of Arts at Keio University, currently working as a curator at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo(MOT) from 2004.
Curated ’MOT annual 2008 Unraveling and Revealing’(2008), 'AY-O: OVER THE RAINBOW ONCE MORE '(2012), 'MOT annual 2012 Making Situations, Editing Landscapes' (2012) .