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ART TRACE GALLERY 9期参加作家募集のお知らせ

このたび2022年1月から2023年12月までの、第9期の参加者募集(新規参加者向け)を開始いたしました。
※2021/06/12 募集要項の空き状況を更新しました。
空き枠が残りわずかとなっておりますので、ご興味お持ちの方はお早目にご連絡ください。

(さらに…)

Current Exhibition

Crash of Temporalities

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■Back and Forth Collective [Mei Homma, Natsumi Sakamoto, Asako Taki]

+Dr. Jen Clarke, Fionn Duffy and Sarah McWhinney (Scotland & Japan)

■Chris Hunter (Switzerland)

■Katharina Gruzei (Austria)

■Sena Başöz (Turkey)

■Sonny Square/ Yoshimi Takata (Japan)

■Terry-Dayne Beasley (Tokyo-resident Canadian)

■Tuli-Gal Litvak (UK)

 

2021年6月5日(土)-6月27日(日) 12:00-19:00 会期中無休 
June 5 – June 27, 2021 12:00-19:00 Opens everyday throughout the period

 

「Crash of Temporalities」展示イメージ画像

 

 

このグループ展は6名の国内外アーティストと1コレクティブ(+ 3人のメンバー)の作品で構成され、パンデミック渦中で各国のアーティストが、何を体験し/考え/感じたのかを探究する試みです。誰もが否応なしにCovid-19の影響を受け、緊張と弛緩の絶え間ない波を地球規模で共有しています。そのような中、各作品がポリフォニックに交錯する本展は、コロナ禍により顕在化し、日々激しさを増す【孤立/分断/不寛容】に対して、今こそ【連繋/共感】の必要性を呼びかけています。最後に参加アーティスト達に心より感謝します。このプロジェクトは、彼らの理解・サポートなしには実現不可能でした。ありがとう:)

高田慶実 (企画/作家) http://youtu.be/h9Q3RQqhnK8

 

This group exhibition, consisting of works by 6 international artists + 1 collective (+3 members), is an attempt to explore the flow of their minds [thoughts/ feelings/ perceptions] at this hard time across the world. Like it or not, virtually no one can escape from the effect of Covid-19. We are all in it together, sharing this turbulent experience. Bringing together each of artists’ voices upon this global experiential platform, this show calls for ‘solidarity’ and ‘empathy’ against ‘isolation’, ‘division’ and ‘intolerance’ manifested and intensified by Corona every day. Lastly, I would like to show my sincere gratitude toward all participants: this project would not have been possible without your understanding and support. Thank you : )

Sonny Square (Curator/Artist) http://youtu.be/XRhrw4XjQXc

 

 

作家略歴

■Back and Forth Collective [Mei Homma, Natsumi Sakamoto, Asako Taki]

+Dr. Jen Clarke, Fionn Duffy and Sarah McWhinney (Scotland & Japan)

https://www.fertileground.info/speculative-fiction-practicing-collectively.html

 

 

Biography

The respective artists are; Mei Homma, Natsumi Sakamoto, Asako Taki [Back and Forth Collective]

https://backandforthcollective.wordpress.com/

Dr Jen Clarke, Fionn Duffy and Sarah McWhinney.

Developed in 2020 this new collaboration includes multidisciplinary practitioners who work

internationally and collaboratively as well as independently and includes individuals who are caregivers.

 

 

■Chris Hunter (Switzerland) ‘Orlando’ [9’58’’], 2020, Video

http://www.chrishunter.ch

 

*1983 in Chur, lebt und arbeitet in Basel und Flims

2017 – 2019 Master of Arts in Fine Arts, HGK Basel

2010 – 2013 Bachelor of Arts in Fine Arts, HGK Basel

seit 2009 Assistenten für den Künstler/Ausstellungs-/Theatermacher Hans-Peter Litscher

 

■Katharina Gruzei (Austria) 4 photo-works of ‘EVERY SHADE AN IMAGE’ series (2020).

http://www.katharinagruzei.com

 

born 1983 in Austria

lives and works in Linz and Vienna

 

EDUCATION

2014 – Diploma in Fine Arts – Class for Experimental Art

Institute of Fine Arts and Cultural Studies, University of Art and Design Linz, Austria

2012 – Diploma in Cultural Studies

Institute of Fine Arts & Cultural Studies, University of Art and Design Linz, Austria

 

studies abroad

2006 – Studies of Fine Art

Art Department of the University of California, Santa Barbara, USA

2006/07 – Visual Culture Studies and Photography

Masterclass of Katharina Sieverding, University of Arts, Berlin, DE

 

 

■SENA BAŞÖZ (Turkey) ‘The Box’ (2020) [4’31”], The Outline (2020) [1’38”], single channel video

https://www.senabasoz.info/

 

born 1980 in Izmir, Turkey

 

EDUCATION

2008- 2010 : Bard College – NY

Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts MFA in Film/Video

1998 – 2002 : Boğaziçi University; Department of Economics – Istanbul BA in Economics

 

■Sonny Square/ Yoshimi Takata (Japan) ‘Cannot be Undone’, 2020 [19’10’’], ‘Rhythm of New Normal’, 2021 [18’38’’], Video

https://www.gallery.arttrace.org/artists/takata-yoshimi

 

Born 1980 in Japan, Lives and works in Tokyo

 

Education

1998–2001 University of Arts, London

2008–2012 Sophia University, Tokyo

 

■Terry-Dayne Beasley (Tokyo-resident Canadian) ‘Home Arrest’ , 2021, Site-specific Installation Piece

https://cargocollective.com/terrydayne

 

Education

2017 Emily Carr University of Art and Design, BFA

Majoring studies in Photography

Minoring studies in Social Practice and Community Engagement

 

■Tuli-Gal Litvak (UK) Untitled (Garden series 1,5,3) 2019 [5’55’’ in total], TILTING, 2020 [3’30’’] , and O(d)DE, 2020 [2’00’’] Video

 

Born 1991 in La Ceiba, Lives and works in London, UK

 

Education

2013–2017 BA (Hons) Fine Art

Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London

 

BIO

Tuli-Gal Litvak uses performance, video and sculpture to explore ordinary psychogeographies.Ultimately I think of my performances as acts of light-hearted dérive; short interventions in my lived surroundings that both disrupt and encapsulate current sentiments shared across society. In her recent garden series, domestic-agricultural tools are weaponized, before transforming into absurdist instruments of therapy and self-care. Grooming rituals usually practiced within the walls of urban businesses now reappear, dislocated within the natural environment. Viewed together, a phantasmagorical sequence emerges which channels the anxiety of an age of looming ecological catastrophe into the micro landscape of an ordinary backyard. Her solo exhibitions include Latro Dectus, Youkobo Art Space (2018), For Your Eyes Only, Burlington Camden Space (2017). Group shows include The Garden, Ai Mi Tegai Online Showspace (2021), Lates: The Electric Forest, The Royal Academy of Arts (2017), This is an Art School, Tate Exchange (2017), Walking Backwards, Camden Arts Centre (2016) to name a few.