|Pavilion image (Exterior)||Pavilion image (Interior)|
Oct. 29 (Sat) 2011 - Nov. 27 (Sun)
Is our idea of 'nature' the same as that of, for instance, a bird's? In his installation, consisting of ready-made objects, Kano invites wild birds to enter, expanding the possibilities of time and space as if planning a new nature.
Tetsuro Kano, Naturplan(2010), installation, dimensions variable, Courtesy the artist
Dec. 10 (Sat) 2011 - Jan. 15 (Sun) 2012
In addition to questioning the state of music, HASUNUMA simultaneously hints at new possibilities in communication, offering new values to facilitate an understanding of the richness of the world. For this exhibition he plans to present a new work involving multiple loud speakers and projectors.
Shuta Hasunuma, Untitled, Installation view of SPECTACLE IN THE FARM, 2010
Feb. 4 (Sat) 2012 - Mar. 4 (Sun) 2012
Qosmo Inc. will present an installation and the Techno-Shugei Club (Kyoko Kasuya+Tomofumi Yoshida)
will offer a workshop cum exhibition combining electronic devices and handicrafts.
©2011 Qosmo Inc./ ©2011 Techno-Shugei Club
Mar. 24 (Sat) 2012 - Apr. 22 (Sun) 2012
Fumiko Kobayashi has produced the installation which visualizes the relationship between the artist and the space, combining objects such as furniture and bicycles found at the exhibition sites and their surroundings and daily commodities she used and consumed there. Kobayashi will present a new installation resulted from her encounter with MOT's new experimental space.
Fumiko Kobayashi, Traveling・No return, 2009, Lamda print with acrylic mount
|Company Derashinera Performance.|
May. 6 (Sun) 2012, 17:00 - 18:00
In recent years the Company Derashinera has received praise for its displays of physical expression, which possess a strong narrative style. It will use the MOT experimental space to stage a performance that surpasses all boundaries.
Points and Lines, Company Derashinera, photo:Takaki Sudo
May. 19 (Sat) 2012 - Jun. 17 (Sun) 2012
A computer suffering a system error, musical instruments and cacti that emit electromagnetic waves; organic and inorganic objects, the visible and invisible--all these combine to produce a concert. MOHRI Yuko's usual lively mechanical works develop the space, transforming the pavilion into a giant living creature.
Yuko Mohri, Everyday Laos, gallery 20202, 2010, photo: Ujin Matsuo
Jul. 14(Sat) 2012 - Jul. 29 (Sun) 2012
The Namba Sisters consist of NAMBA Kei and NAMBA Saki, actual sisters who work together to stage theatrical performances. They are separated by ten years and using this to their advantage/disadvantage, they present stories of a small family. During this event, in addition to their performance, they will also hold workshops, allowing them to interact with a variety of people.
Namba Sisters, We are sister, April, 2010
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Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo
|Tickets:||Free Entry for all the Pavilion projects|
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