“Radio Shimo-Kajiro” is a project being carried out in Shimo-Kajiro Housing Complex, a prefectural disaster-recovery public housing complex in Fukushima’s Iwaki City. How will people in faraway places get a full experience of the “voices” or “landscapes” that surface from residents’ everyday lives, memories, stories and interconnections through this initiative? We hope to take time to talk together about the meaning of gently introducing music to the process of comprehending people’s memories or thinking about how to face up to events, and to enjoy music together.
14:00 — 14:30 Tracing 1: PLAY Listening to “Radio Shimo-Kajiro” performances
14:30 — 15:30 Tracing 2: REC Telling stories and recording voices
15:30 — 15:45 Break
15:45 — 16:15 Report: About “Radio Shimo-Kajiro”
By Wataru Asada (project director/cultural activist)
16:15 — 17:50 Tracing 3-1: REC Somebody tells a story and their voice is recorded (40 mins)
Performance 1: Yoshinobu Tsunoo (film researcher)
Break (15 mins)
Tracing 3-2: REC Somebody tells a story and their voice is recorded
Performance 2: Riki Takeda (artist, actor)
17:50 — 18:20 Tracing 4: PLAY Listening to”CD Radio Shimo-Kajiro” followed by singing
18:20 — 19:00 Review: Can you comprehend the “voices”? What did you feel?
*Subject to change.
Radio Shimo-Kajiro (Wataru Asada, Kojiro Ejiri, Hiromi Sakaki)
30 (Reservation required/priority given to all-day attendance)
Send an e-mail with the subject line “12/8 Event Application” to the e-mail address below, and include in the main body your name, your telephone number, and the number of participants.
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*Applications by e-mail accepted until 18:00 on Friday, December 7.
*We will only accept participation on the day if there are spaces left.
Project Coordination Division,
Arts Council Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture
TEL: 03-6256-8435 (Weekday 10:00-18:00)