Under TURN’s interactive program, artists visit different locations catering to specific communities such as welfare facilities and educational support centers. The resulting interactions, which enriched the artists’ relationships with staff, people using the facilities and their families, will be expressed at this event in the form of art works and performance pieces, or presented as the interactions themselves.
Additionally, Sunday, March 5 will feature a conference with guests. Come experience firsthand the diverse interactions unique to a project created by all involved.
Fifteen groups of artists and people from partner facilities and communities who participated in this year’s interactive program will be taking part.
Yasuaki Igarashi × Atelier La Mano
Masanori Ikeda, Kazue Kawase × Kyosaren Recycled Bottle Washing Center
Satsuki Imai × Shure University
Kentaro Onishi × KOMONE FUKUSHIEN
Manami Kakudo × Ota City Support Center for People With Disabilities
Atsuki Takamoto × ASAHIGAWASO SOCIAL WELFARE CORP.
Daisuke Nagaoka × “Kodomo Conference”
Daisuke Yamashiro × Applause Minamiaoyama
James Jack × Harmony
Sam Stocker × Harmony
Kaiji Moriyama × Research and interaction with several welfare facilities and communities
EAT&ART TARO × Research and interaction with several welfare facilities and communities
Awai~(Emi Tomizuka & Shinya Satoh Studio): Research on a space represents TURN and interaction
Haruchi Osaki: Research via his work “air tunnel” and interaction
Taking the word TURN as a starting point, the TURN Fes 2 conference will provide a forum for dialogue in which participants share their diverse experiences and values.
*No advance registration necessary. Sign language and speech-to-text support available
Date and Time
Sunday, March 5 2017, 14:00-17:00 (Open 13:30)
Auditorium, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
Jun’ya Yamaide (Executive Director, NPO”BEPPU PROJECT”, Artist)
Shigeaki Enomoto (CEO, Zenchikyosai Inc.)
Katsuhiko Hibino (Supervisor of TURN, artist; Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts & Professor, Department of Intermedia Art, Tokyo University of the Arts)
Project Coordination Division,
Arts Council Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture
Friday, March 3 – Sunday, March 5 2017, 9:30-17:30
*Last entry 30 minutes before closing.
Citizen’s Gallery 1 & 2 (1F) and Auditorium, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
*The auditorium will only be used for the conference on Sunday, March 5.