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.