Creating a timeline: Looking back on art projects since 2011

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Exploring pointers for thinking about a new era by tracing a 10-year trajectory from the practitioner perspective

We create a timeline by taking an overview of art projects developed since 2011. The projects “Five perspectives to unravel art projects and society” (from 2022), “Case Study File,” and “Exercise: Creating your own art project” hail from the same series. We update these as projects that are open to society and will achieve growth, incorporating the practitioner perspective gleaned through dialogue with guests from these projects.
In creating a timeline, we should be able to see new classifications, such as connections between projects, their relationships with society, and their engagement with communities.


Takashi Serizawa (Director, P3 art and environment)


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Project Coordination Division,
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P3 art and environment