TERATOTERA, which develops a range of art projects in westside districts along the JR Chuo Line, is holding a series of talk events and forums that focus on “collectives,” a term to describe multiple artists regularly working together on creative activities.
This talk, set to be an exciting one, will focus on the theme of attaining sustainability.
Speakers for the event are Gudskul, a new collaborative initiative started by Indonesian art collective ruangrupa – selected as artistic director of international contemporary art exhibition Documenta being held in Kassel, Germany in 2022 – with two collectives from Jakarta, Grafis Huru Hara and Serrum; Sapporo Dance Collective formed in Sapporo in 2018; and Ongoing Collective formed in Tokyo in 2016. Also taking part will be independent curator Hiroyuki Hattori. Participants exchange opinions on the contemporary significance and potential of the collective and share perspectives on sustainability as each sees it.
Why collectives now? We continue to examine this question, set to be a major key to illuminating the future of art, from a variety of perspectives.
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Monday, January 13 2020, 23:59
Thursday, January 16 2020, 23:59
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*Program is subject to change.
Leonhard Bartolomeus (Barto)
Sapporo Dance Collective（SDC）
Hiro Sakurai (Participating via Skype)
Koganei Art Spot Chateau 2F (6-5-3 Honcho, Koganei City, Tokyo)