Nov. 22(Web)16:30 -17:00, 23(Thu)15:30-16:00, 24(Fri)16:30 -17:00, 25(Sat) 26(Sun)15:00-15:30

Julieta Aguinaco & Sarah Demoen ‘Facing the Earth. Facing Information. Facing our Lives.’

Lecture performance

“How can we represent a place, specifically the Tonegawa, without colonising it?”

This performance is a part of their project, ‘To claim not to know what's already been claimed known’ which focuses on the history, occurrences and stories of the Tone River from Moriya to Inubosaki.

The performance uses material gathered about the Tonegawa from a scientific, a social and a personal perspective, questioning whether representation without colonisation is possible when it becomes part of a larger process of collecting. This process is endless, hence, they want the amount of voices and interpretations to continue to grow during the Open Studios. After the performance, there will be an opportunity for the visitors to comment, critique or share their opinions and ideas about the Tonegawa. These remarks will be incorporated into the performance for the next day.


November 22(Wed) 16:30 -17:00
November 23(Thu) 15:30-16:00
November 24(Fri) 16:30 -17:00
November 25(Sat) ・26(Sun) 15:00-15:30

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【 Resident Artists 2017 】
Julieta Aguinaco & Sarah Demoen [Mexico/Belgium]

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