S, Batsumaru, Hondanohondana, Mr. Densha, Eri Watanabe, and Elina Wataya, Imaizumi will reexamine the everyday through fragments of a city that may exist. We hope you will take this opportunity to visit the exhibition.
※Event Information (by Zoom)
On July 11 (Sat), the last day of the exhibition, from 18:00 to 19:00, we will hold the event "Research Debriefing by Imaginary Researchers (Online Talk and Q&A Session)".
When the event time arrives, please click https://zoom.us/j/98852875036 from your computer or cell phone to join us.
ARTIST'S INTRODUCTION / STATEMENT
Imaizumi Takayuki has been drawing imaginary maps (maps of non-existent cities) since he was 7 years old. While a university student, he traveled to 300 cities in all 47 prefectures of Japan.
He has also been involved in map design, geographical supervision for TV dramas, and map production. His imaginary maps have been exhibited as contemporary art works at art museums around Japan. Aomori Museum of Art, Shimane Iwami Art Museum, and Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art, "Megane to Tabi suru Bijutsu Ten" (2018); Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, "Hōgaru Chizu" (2019). His main publications include "Imaginary Maps for Everyone" (2013) and "Reading the City from the 'Map Sense': How to Read New Maps" (2019).
Inside and Outside. | HUVANITY
We pull up the familiar room and the everyday cityscape with our imagination and push it with our will. This exhibition series at ART FOR THOUGHT, consisting of three exhibitions, will attempt to unravel the landscape, starting with the city (Takayuki Imawazumi), nature (Mikiko Kamata), and the earth (World Dirt Association). The creative direction is by Takayuki Tadao. Creative direction is by Keiichiro Tao (Business Solutions Producer, Bijutsu Techo).
vol.1 Takayuki Imaizumi + Imagination Investigator
vol.2 Mikiko Kamada 7.28 - 8.8
vol.3 World Dirt Association 11.1 - 11.11
*Opening hours may change depending on the spread of the new coronavirus.
*We ask for your cooperation in using masks when visiting the exhibition.
*Admission may be restricted due to congestion.