Event

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Letter / Art / Project "TODOKU"

Exhibition

Letter / Art / Project "TODOKU"

Period
From December 2020 to March 2023
*Exhibition will be held in Saturday, 8 October 2022 - Sunday, 18 December 2022
Venue
Tokyo Shibuya Koen-dori Gallery
Admission
Free
Talks / Symposiums
Exhibitions
Others
Online
online talk event

Event

Mitsushima Takayuki Residency and Exhibition "GOING OVER—Touching the Texture of the City"

online talk event

Period
Wednesday, 21 September 2022 to Friday, 30 September 2022
Venue
Online streaming ※Archived videos are now available until Sep 30, 2022.
Admission
Free
Talks / Symposiums
Online

We will discuss about the exhibition and the creation of MITSUSHIMA takayuki, who is blind an active as an artist. At the event we will connect online two venues "Tokyo Shibuya Koen-dori Gallery" and "Ehime Prefectural Museum of Art", both of which Mitsushima is exhibiting at the same time, "GOING OVER—Touching the Texture of the City" and "Seeing Adventures: Fluctuating Senses". Mitsushima and the curators of the exhibitions will talk. The main topics will be the contents of each exhibition, Mitsushima's work, and the museum's approach to visitors.

Letter / Art / Project "TODOKU" Atelier Visiting

Exhibition

"Letter / Art / Project TODOKU"

Letter / Art / Project "TODOKU" Atelier Visiting

Period
Release date; September 15, 2022(Thu)~
Venue
Online streaming
Admission
Free
Others
Online

The project director Ogawa Nozomu is going to visit the artists studio.

Upcoming

Talk session "Anata Ni Todoku, Ii Anbai"<font color="red">※Japanese sign language provided.</font>

Exhibition

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Talk session "Anata Ni Todoku, Ii Anbai"※Japanese sign language provided.

Period
Sunday, 16 October 2022
Venue
Tokyo Shibuya Koen-dori Gallery
Admission
Free
Talks / Symposiums
Sign-interpreting provided

Letter / Art / Project "TODOKU" is an art project which connects “me (here and now)” and “you (not here and now)”through diverse forms of indirect exchanges such as letters, postcards, or video letters. The “TODOKU” exhibition which opens on October 8th is the special exhibition to summarize this 3-year project.

Aesthetician Ito Asa will be our guest to discuss the significance of a symbiotic society and diversity with the concept of altruism as a clue.

Gest: ITO Asa (Professor, Tokyo Institute of Technology) × OGAWA Nozomu (Director/ Curator)

Gallery talk with Artist <font color="red">※Japanese sign language provided.</font>

Exhibition

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Gallery talk with Artist ※Japanese sign language provided.

Period
Saturday, 22 October 2022 / Wednesday, 23 November / Sunday, 4 December
Venue
Tokyo Shibuya Koen-dori Gallery
Admission
Free
Talks / Symposiums
Sign-interpreting provided

Letter / Art / Project "TODOKU" is an art project which connects “me (here and now)” and “you (not here and now)”through diverse forms of indirect exchanges such as letters, postcards, or video letters. The “TODOKU” exhibition which opens on October 8th is the special exhibition to summarize this 3-year project.

Let’s exchange your thoughts on the exhibition after the talk session!

【Vol.1】Saturday, 22 October 16:00 - 18:00
Guests: AIKAWA Yoshiko (The NPO Peer Support Net Shibuya)×OKI Hiroyuki×OGAWA Nozomu

【Vol.2】Wednesday, 23 November 14:00-16:00
Guests: KADONO Hidemi(Social welfare service corporation ”KODOMONOIE”)×TANAKA Yoshiki×OGAWA Nozomu

【Vol.3】Sunday, 4 December 14:00-16:00
Guests: HASHIMOTO Ichiro (Associate professor at Asia University) ×SAITO Haruka×OGAWA Nozomu

Talk session |KABASAWA Tamaki× SAITO Haruka× OGAWA Nozomu <font color="red">※Japanese sign language provided.</font>

Exhibition

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Talk session |KABASAWA Tamaki× SAITO Haruka× OGAWA Nozomu ※Japanese sign language provided.

Period
Thursday, 3 November 2022
Venue
Tokyo Shibuya Koen-dori Gallery
Admission
Free
Talks / Symposiums
Sign-interpreting provided

Letter / Art / Project "TODOKU" is an art project which connects “me (here and now)” and “you (not here and now)”through diverse forms of indirect exchanges such as letters, postcards, or video letters. The “TODOKU” exhibition which opens on October 8th is the special exhibition to summarize this 3-year project.

Saito Haruka and Ogawa Nozomu will invite Kabasawa Tamaki, with whom Saito has been exchanging letters, and the three of them will meet face-to-face to talk about participation in the project.

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