null is a program run by Artist Collective Fuchu (ACF) introducing various spaces around Fuchu by touring around places and areas where events and exhibitions are held.
The fifth null event takes place at Kotobuki 3-Chome Public Hall. This facility is used in some unusual ways, including as a base for neighborhood associations and local activities, as a venue for art events and workshops, preschool classes, etc. Public hall officials are exploring and putting into practice different ways to use public halls across Fuchu City going forward.
This time around, participants are asked to bring something related to “New Year.”
The null program invites participants to build on mutual interaction and exchange, discovering common ground with/aspects of each other they didn’t know before, and talking about what they think, and what they’re interested in.
null: free places and arty ideas
The null project is concerned with creating a diverse, free and “blank-space” environment for the creation of an autonomous cultural and artistic community where different values intermingle. With “null null konekuto” (‘kneading smoothly’) as its watchword, organizers aim to expand and spread art-centric, diverse and deep-seated networks between people, between people and places, and between people and ideas.
[What to bring]
Bring something related to “new ear.”
STEP 1 Briefing on the null process and self-introductions
STEP 2 Display and introduction of items brought along
At the venue participants freely display and introduce what they have brought along. These become talking points and enhance mutual interaction.
STEP 3 About null online
null Online is an SNS exclusive to ACF. Organizers will demonstrate how to use it and how to create groups with it (open to all).
STEP 4 About future null events
Organizers will conduct a questionnaire on things and places of interest to use as reference for the next null event.
500 yen (no reservation required)
NPO Artist Collective Fuchu (ACF)
Kotobukicho Third Street Public Hall
(3-7-46 Kotobukicho, Fuchu City, Tokyo)