November 7th(Sat.)-29th(Sun.) ※Open only on Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and 23rd (Monday / holiday)
Next to Hojo Komuten (Address:3-22-10 Higashimukojima, Sumida-ku, Tokyo 131-0032)
Free admission, advance reservation system (90 minutes replacement system, capacity of 15 people each time)
Please apply from this application form to see the exhibition.
Date: Sunday, November 8th, 19:30-21:00
Venue: Next to Hojo Komuten
Speakers: OLTA, Aki Aoki (Director of “Fantasia! Fantasia! -A town where the way of life has become a form”)
Guest: Hiroki Yamamoto (cultural researcher / artist)
Participation fee: Free (advance application required, capacity 15 people)
Venue｜ Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Square, Online（Periscope on Twitter）
The books｜ Multiple episodes of the history and poetry related to Tokyo
Entrance Fee｜ Free
The fixed number｜ 10 people
Please come directly to the Tokyo Metropolitan Theater Square at 12:45 on the day of the event. The small iron stage is there.
We will prepare the books, painting materials, etc. here, so you do not have to bring anything in particular.
Please take all possible measures to prevent infection with the new coronavirus.Please come in clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty.
▶︎Participation conditions | Those who agree with the following items
・We will deliver live online and record video.
・The name you enter when you participate may be disclosed.
Festival/Tokyo 2020″Pop-up Riso Zine Studio”
Performance “campfiring” planned by Marina Lisa KOMIYA and MEGUNINJA.
Performer：Akira Aoki, Ayaka URA, Kanie Naha, Kirokugakari（Manami Seki+Akiko Tamaki）, Daisuke Kuroda, Marina Lisa KOMIYA, Aoi Tagami, Takuya Takemoto, MEGUNINJA, Shota Yamauchi, Yuu Yamamoto, Ad Mornings（Taro Karibe, Ayumi Tsuchimoto, Yuka Yamato, Zoé Schellenbaum, Jang-Chi, etc.）
Date：2020.9.17.(Thursday)22:30ー5:00 ※If typhoon come, we cancel to perform. If rainy day we carry out the performance.
Venue：Tokyo(Outdoors) ※We will email you the location details after booking.
Entry fee：2000Yen（Blue sheet, food）、by appointment only（Sold only online）
Admission restriction：50 people
Planner： Marina Lisa KOMIYA, MEGUNINJA (OLTA)
About the venue
・After booking, we will email you the location details.
About infectious disease measures
・We have alcohol disinfection.
・As it is an outdoor viewing, it is up to the individual to wear the mask, but if the distance from other people is short, please wear the mask.
About eating and drinking
・We have meals but you are free to bring your own.
About SNS and shooting
・It is prohibited to shoot the performance and show the location on SNS.
※Please refrain from making a reservation if you have a high fever of 38 degrees or higher or if you are not feeling well.
TRANSMISSION PANG PANG along Arakawa River
2020. 7. 24(Fri）, 25（Sat）, 26（Sun）
meeting time：12:30（until the end of the game）
meeting place：BRÜCKE coffee（2-17-11 Odai, Adachi-ku, Tokyo）After, move to Arakawa River
Entry：¥1500 ＋1 Drink
way to participate：Google form（https://bit.ly/2ZfJeTk）or Email(email@example.com)
We participate in a web screening hosted by RAM Association. You can see our new work “Stories at the Cultivate House” for 3 days only. Please apply from the following website.
“RAM PRACTICE 2020 – Online Screening”
｜Screening Dates｜9:00 Friday 27th March – 26:00 Sunday 29th March JST
｜Viewing Method｜A link will be sent to those who successfully submit this form.
Takashi Kuraya / Taiyo Kobayashi / Yuji Sakamoto / Joyce Lam / Ayumi Tsuchimoto / Yuka Yamato / Takao Yoshida /
Sophi Elsamni / Shintaro Kawakami / Miku Sato / Eclipse Project / Naoki Okada /
Natsumi Aoyagi / OLTA / Naha Kanie / Woomin Hyun / Ishu Han
｜Sound mastering｜ Ryota Fujiguchi
Organised by RAM Association, Graduate School of Film and New Media, Tokyo University of the Arts.
Supported by Program for Cultural and Art Promotion Utilizing Universities (2019) , Agency of Cultural Affairs.
For enquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
MEGUNINJA articipating in group shows《honkbooks Selection Vol.01》.
Date｜3 November-22 December,2019
Venue｜techa in honkbooks
2F Maison Asahi 2−24−2 Ikebukuro,Toshima-ku,Tokyo
Participate in group shows at AOMORI MUSEUM OF ART.Exhibiting 《Cultivate House》(2019).
You can see 『TRANSMISSION PANG PANG DOCUMENT BOOK』inside the venue.
AOMORI EARTH2019: AGROTOPIA –WHEN LIFE BECOMES ART THROUGH LOCAL AGRICULTURE
Period 5 October – 1 December, 2019
Opening Hours 9:30－17:00（Last admission at 16:30）
Closed 28, 15 October 25, 11 November
Venue Aomori Museum of Art
Adults: 1,500(1,300) yen
Senior High School and University Students: 1,000(800) yen
Elementary and Junior High School Students: Free
*Amounts in parentheses are for advance tickets or per individual for groups of 20 or more.
*Those with mental or physical disabilities and one accompanying guest are admitted free of charge.
Date 1 November, 2019 13:30-16:30
Speakers OLTA,SAWARAGI Noi,YAMAUCHI Akemi,TOSHIMA Shigeyuki.
The meeting place:Entrance gallery.Free entrance.No reservation required.
In order to ask active life from agriculture, art and action a self-made house called Cultivate House is set up in a rural area in the northeastern part of Chiba Prefecture in Japan. The period is from August 30th to September 16th. From September 14th to 16th during the open house period, the “TRANSMISSION PANG PANG DAIJOSAI” will be held to celebrate the harvest and to play a board game with visitors.
Cultivate house – OPEN HOUSE
(Fri.6.Sep. is close.)
Reservation – only, Admission free
Location: Katorishi, Chiba
Supported by: Istyle Art and Sports Foundation
Cooperation: Aomori Museum of Art, Graduate School of Film and New Media Tokyo University of the Arts RAM Association
TRANSMISSION PANG PANG DAIJOSAI
Reservation – only, Fixed number-10 people, each day
Admission: 2000yen(add in courtesy bus from Tokyo and souvenir)
Cultivate house bus
Meeting place：Shinagawa Station Takanawa Exit(12:00)
Entry of participation
Please contact us at this E-mail adress(email@example.com).
Title: “Visit to Cultivate House” or “Take part in DAIJOSAI”
Message : Your Name, Visiting Day, number of people, Way(Car or Train), Telephone number
“TRANSMISSION PANG PANG” is a project that examines the ways of tradition and transmission in modern times through the play of board games. Since 2017, “OPEN CIRCUIT”, curating unit based in Seoul, Korea, and OLTA have jointly launched a project and have observed festivals and folk songs in various places. Based on “Snakes and Ladders” familiar in ancient India from acts and songs transmitted from oral history, OLTA and OPEN CIRCUIT produce their own board games, and play board games with audiences by improvisation. The cards used in the game include gestures of festivals and folk songs, tools used for the festival, and actions such as drinking, and the player actually plays while altering various gestures and tools drawn on the cards.
KAWAMURA Kazuhide participate in the CRAFT TAITUNG CREATOR EXCHANGE PROGRAM, an exchange program for Kapo (Kanazawa Art Port) and a residence in Taitung, Taiwan, about one month from June 4, 2019.