The TURN project will be exhibiting at the Tokyo Metropolitan Government-sponsored NO LIMITS SPECIAL 2017 Ueno, the biggest event of its kind in Japan for visitors to experience firsthand the magic of the Paralympic Games. TURN participating artists and people from facilities where project interactions take place come together to offer workshops where visitors can get to know the TURN project, and introduce its activities to date.
Official website of NO LIMITS SPECIAL 2017 Ueno
*Participants and program details are subject to change
For this workshop, artist Manami Kakudo and Itsuki Kimura, a young user of Ota City Support Center for People with Disabilities who Kakudo met on the Interactive Program, invite visitors to create music using sounds from the NO LIMITS SPECIAL venue. Participants go around the site recording sounds which they then make into original music under the guidance of Mr Kimura, who regularly creates his own music. A live performance is also planned.
Workshop (1 hour long)
Live performance (15 minutes on each day of the event)
The live performance and workshop will be held from 15:00 to 17:00. Details will be announced on the day at the venue.
“Mudda” (from the Japanese word “muda” meaning futile) refers to something that might seem pointless at first glance but which is actually very important for you or somebody. In this participatory performance, artist Emi Tomozuka (known as “Chori”) swaps dialogue with the audience on the theme of “Mudda” things around us. Round the event off with a photo of yourself decked out in glittering aluminium foil with the help of a photographer and designer.
Participating performers: Tengyo Kura (as photographer) / Kentaro Onishi (as designer).
In collaboration with Yanaka no okatte (General Incorporated Association) / Japan Aluminium Association / UACJ Foil Corporation
Workshop (15 — 30 minutes long)
Visitors may join until 19:00 on the first day of the event and 15:00 on the second.
Please make your way directly to the venue.
Project Coordination Division,
Arts Council Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture
TEL：03-6256-8435 (weekdays, 10:00-18:00)