TRANSMISSION PANG PANG is archaeology to create a tradition of new festivals.In 2017,”OPEN CIRCUIT” ,curating unit based in Seoul, Korea, and OLTA jointly produced original game based on “Snakes and Ladders” familiar in ancient India from acts and songs transmitted from oral history.
In “TRANSMISSION PANG PANG along Arakawa”, while COVID-19 makes it difficult to move and gather, we try to play by relaying BRÜCKE coffee and on the street in Arakawa on the Internet. Participants is mapped with tracking to see where they are and live coverage in the cafe is delivered online.
In addition, in BRÜCKE, new prints of “TRANSMISSION PANG PANG DAIJOSAI” be exhibited.
Participants are divided into groups of 3 to 4 to play outside. At the cafe, the board game and the play situation at each place are relayed and the game progresses. Also, if you guess the winner, you can get OLTA rice.
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(firstname.lastname@example.org)
What is TRANSMISSION PANG PANG:
TRANSMISSION PANG PANG is performance audiences participate. We independently created a board game based on “Snake and Ladder” the game originated in India.Instead of dice, draw cards and move pieces like Sugoroku. The card depicts various festival gestures, tools, drinking and eating, singing, gathering people, instruction throwing out cards and returning to the starting point. Participants imagine the gesture depicted on the drawn card and combine it with other cards to create new actions.
1-6,8-10,14 photo：Kenji Agata / 7,11-13,15,16 photo：OLTA