Produced huge lanterns at the entrance of a glass theater facing the main street. Inside and outside of it, the performer walk around and move quietly and slowly. Haniwa are clay figures in the shape of men, women or animals especially horses. They were made for ritual use and buried with the dead as funerary objects during the Tumulus period.
Performers play what can be imagined from Haniwa and some objects in a coffin as the Soil Spirits (Haniwa, Dogu (Clay doll), Shaman, Bell man, Tied man, Flash, Space, Aubergine Spirit).
Exhibition and Performance: Soil Sprits
Duration: August 7th – 21st, 2011
Venue: NHK Yokohama / KAAT Atrium, Kanagawa JAPAN
Taro Okamoto:The Man -The 100Th Anniversary of His Birth Exhibition Related Program
Yokohama Triennale 2011 Cooperation Program
Performance: Tumulus Sprits
Live event: DAIKANYAMA ART STREET : NOT AUTHORITY,BUT ART
Duration: August 20th – 26th, 2012
Venue: Daikanyama, Tokyo JAPAN
Performance date: August 25th and 26th 12:30/15:00/17:30
1-5:NHK Yokohama / KAAT Atrium Photo: ANZAΪ
6-10:NHK Yokohama / KAAT Atrium Photo: Ooki Jingu