Forage the Poetry/道草を喰う-詩の奏作ワークショップ

[Off campus Workshop/学外ワークショップ]

Why not join us in a playful dialogue with wild plants around us and see what words bloom from our connection with the land? Wild plants roam freely, crossing invisible borders like national and prefectural lines. Sometimes they’re shunned by humans, sometimes they heal us, but they always share a deep bond with us, transcending time and place. In this workshop, we’ll forage for wild plants, savour their aromas and flavours, and let them inspire us to craft the poetry that bridge the gap between us and the land.

We’ll kick off with Nagisa Mizuno, who will share her reflections on the boundary between her body and the land. Drawing from her year-long adventure gathering wild plants in Finland in 2023, she’ll tell the story of ‘Momo-iro no Tea (Peach-Coloured Tea),’ a short tale inspired by her experiences. Then, we’ll take a stroll through the neighborhood to gather intriguing wild plants. Back at our gathering spot, we’ll brew wild plant tea, watch its colour change, inhale its scent, and put our feelings into words. The words we create from these wildflowers will blossom into poems full of unique emotions and perspectives.

Sharing and connecting with each other is a key part of the fun. Let’s enjoy this journey of tasting wild plants and playing with words together!

身近な野草との対話を通じて、自分と土地との関係性から生まれる言葉を奏作(創作)してみませんか?野草は、国境や県境などの見えない境界線を超えて自由に旅しています。時には人間から忌み嫌われたり、逆に癒しをもたらしたり、時代や場所を超えてわたしたちと深い関係を持っています。このワークショップでは、野草のフォレッジ(forage: 採取する)からその香りや味わいを楽しむ時間までをご一緒し、野草を通して、わたしと土地のあいだに見つけた詩(ことば)を拾い上げ、奏でていけたらと思います。



Date/日付: 6 June 2024 14:00-16:00

Venue/会場: Comoris Yoyogi Uehara, 8-2 Yoyogimachi, Shibuya, Tokyo/東京都渋谷区元代々木町8-2 Comoris(コモリス)代々木上原

Present: 水野渚 Nagisa MIZUNO

Admission fee/料金: Free/無料


Avgang 2024: The World Is A Knot In Motion

[Off Campus Exhibition / 学外展示会・展覧会]

You’re invited to the MFA exhibition by 20 artists from the programmes Medium- and Material Based art and Art and Public Space at Oslo National Academy for the Arts.

“If a degree show was a material, what would its qualities be? Porous or hard, opaque or transparent, steely or malleable? Could you hold it in your hands, or would you have to ask for help to lift it up?
In this exhibition of artists working with medium and material-based arts and art in public space, we are met with both novel ideas and some impressively vast time scales and topics. Materials and techniques that appear either old or new, are seldom one or the other, and often both.
The exhibition title ‘The World Is A Knot In Motion’ is a quote from the author Donna Haraway, who is known for using science-fiction to fabulate on future material realities and living conditions on the planet to highlight new and current perspectives on our coexistence with the species around us, whether they’re species of rocks, animals, trees, or plants. The phrase, as we are applying it, encourages a break with deterministic definitions of “nature” and “culture”, and the distinction between these. It is also a sentence whose progression seems to align with our understanding of the given format — the world is ingested, the work knots, and the exhibition format signifies a forward motion.”
We look forward to welcoming you into 20 unique artistic worlds!

The exhibition is curated by Håkon Lillegraven.

May 31 17:00–20:00
Jun 01 11:00–16:00
Jun 02 11:00–16:00
Jun 03 15:00–19:00
Jun 04 15:00–19:00
Jun 05 15:00–19:00
Jun 06 15:00–19:00
Jun 07 15:00–19:00
Jun 08 11:00–16:00
Jun 09 11:00–16:00

Venue with address
Oslo National Academy of the Arts
Fossveien 24, 0551 Oslo

Opening reception detail
[Opening] Friday 31 May 17:00-20:00
Opening ceremony 17:00-17:30, open until 20:00
[Exhibition period] 1-9 June
Public programmes and performances Saturday 1+8 June

Participate from GAP
太田紗世 Sayo Ota

Participating Artists
Alice Davies, Almendra Baus Rusiñol, Anastasya Kizilova, Anders Hald, Belén Santillán, Carolina Vasquéz Gonzaléz, Dariusz Stefan Wojdyga, Kaia Weiss, Linda Flø, Magnus Håland Sunde, Nanna Amstrup, Rajat Mondal, Sara Skorgan Teigen, Sayo Ota, Silje Kjørholt, Sofia Nömm, Tamara Marbl Joka, Théotime Ritzenthaler, Victor Kojo Aubyn, Zeke Isendahl

Follow @khioartandcraft og @the_world_is_a_knot_in_motion_ on Instagram for introductions to the 20 artists and programme updates leading up to the opening day.
For press or other inquiries, contact programme coordinator Mariella Yakubu at
MFA Medium and Material Based Art
MFA in Art and Public Space

Talk event for sharing experiences of studying in Finland / 北欧の留学物語: フィンランドからの報告

[On Campus Talk Event / 学内トークイベント]

In this event, Nagisa, who studied in Finland as an exchange student, will share her experiences about her exchange life at Aalto University, and Finnish culture and art, together with a guest from the Finnish Institute in Japan.
If you are interested in studying abroad or Finnish design and art, please feel free to join us! Coffee and tea will be provided.


Presentet:Nagisa Mizuno / 水野渚
Date&Time/日時:May 17, 2024, 12:10-13:00

Venue/ 会場:Community Salon, the Faculty of Music on the Ueno Campus on the third floor of the TAKI PLAZA, Tokyo University of the Arts / 東京藝術大学上野キャンパス国際交流棟3Fコミュニティサロン
Admission Fee /料金:Free / 無料

Special Lecture by Elsa Dorlin 哲学者エルザ・ドルラン特別講義「暴力、レイシズムと芸術」(仮)

Photo : © Ferrante Ferranti 提供:(株)フランス著作権事務所




エルザ・ドルラン(Elsa Dorlin)
著書『人種の母胎―性と植民地問題からみるフランスにおけるナシオンの系譜(La matrice de la race; Généalogie sexuelle et coloniale de la Nation française)』の邦訳が今年6月、人文書院より刊行予定。他に『性・ジェンダー・セクシュアリティ〔Sexe, genre et sexualités〕』(2008年/第2版2021年)、フランツ・ファノン賞受賞の『自己防衛――暴力の哲学〔Sedéfendre. Une philosophie de la violence〕』(2017年)等がある(いずれも「未邦訳)。




会場: 東京藝術大学上野キャンパス 美術学部中央棟第一講義室(以下の地図の7番)

対象:本学の学生・教職員、学外一般 (定員150名)




共催:東京藝術大学大学院美術研究科国際芸術創造研究科グローバルアートプロデュース専攻(GA) 清水知子研究室 


問い合わせ先:美術研究科 グローバルアートプラクティス専攻

Elsa Dorlin is the most important philosopher who ideologically supports the new feminist trend in France since the mid-2000s. As an expert on gender, racism, and feminism, she has studied the formation of gender and racial categories, and through works such as “Sex, Gender, and Sexuality” (2018) and “Self-Defense: The Philosophy of Violence” (2017) and deals with the phenomenology of violence and the concept of self-defense. In recent years, he has also been a strong inspiration for the artistic creation of Gisele Vienne, a director and choreographer known for her numerous stage productions also in Japan and a leader in the French performing arts, by providing numerous texts for her works as an ideological collaborator.

In conjunction with her visit to Japan for the publication of the Japanese translation of “The Mother of Race: Genealogy of Nation in France from the Perspective of Sexuality and Colonialism” (2006), she will give a special lecture at Tokyo National University of Arts for the first time. 

In this lecture, Mr. Dolan will outline the key points to grasp the overall picture of her philosophy, and together we will learn to take a critical perspective on the structures that produce internalized violence and racism in human beings, from everyday life to historical events and ongoing wars. In addition to Professor Tomoko Shimizu of GA, we welcome artist Hikaru Fujii as a discussant, and we will also develop a discussion connecting Mr. Dolan’s thought to artistic practice. Please join us. 

Elsa Dorlin
Philosopher. PhD. from the Sorbonne (former University of Paris IV) in 2004, she taught History of Philosophy and History of Science as Associate Professor at the Department of Philosophy of the Panthéon-Sorbonne, then became Professor of Political Science at the University of Paris VIII, and since 2021 Professor of Philosophy at the University of Toulouse Jean-Jorez. Known for introducing black feminism to France, she is one of the most important philosophers to ideologically support the new feminist trend in France since the mid-2000s. In addition to this book, he is the author of “Sex, genre et sexualités” (2008, 2nd ed. 2021), which has not yet been translated into Japanese, and “Self-Defense: The Philosophy of Violence” (2017), which won the Prix Franz Fanon, among others.

Tomoko Shimizu (Professor, the Arts Studies and Curatorial Practices program at the Graduate School of Global Arts, TUA)
Hikaru Fujii (Artist) 

Planning and moderator: Chiaki Soma (Art Producer, Associate Professor of Global Art Practice, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts)

DateMay 23rd, 2024 (Monday) 18:00-20:00

Venue: Lecture Room 1, Central Building, Faculty of Fine Arts, Ueno Campus, Tokyo University of the Arts (No. 7 on the map below)
*There will be no online streaming of the lecture.

Eligibility: TUAT students, faculty, staff, and the general public (first-come, first-served; capacity of 150)
*GAP Seminar (must be taken as it is part of the required coursework) for the first year of the Master’s degree in GAP.

Language: Japanese and English with consecutive interpretation (interpreter: Kanoko Tamura)

Admission and Booking:–vwkGbRGGU4nnbU9o5xZgtew/viewform
Reservations are now closed as we have reached capacity.

Organized by Global Art Practice (GAP), Tokyo University of the Arts
Co-organized by Tomoko Shimizu Lab, the Arts Studies and Curatorial Practices program at the Graduate School of Global Arts, TUA
Special Cooperation: Institut Francais du Japon

Graduate School of Art, Department of Global Art Practice

In the realm beyond spectrum / スペクトルの彼方で

Sareena Sattapon ( PhD)

Human, space, and time are essential components in performative art pieces, intricately interconnecting with each other. Traditionally, in the process of creating performances, the artist retains control over all these elements. However, what would happen if the “”Human”” component were not performers but spectators? If “”observing”” equates to “”creating””, How can we control the uncontrolled? “”In the realm beyond spectrum”” is an attempt to connect the audience with artwork by creating a performative space comprising six channels of video mockumentary, a white cube room, and glass wall. The video draws inspiration from the life story of Sareena’s aunt, who resides in Thailand but is depicted within Japan’s context. Viewers can observe and listen from both “”inside”” and “”outside””, and as they become part of the artwork, their role transforms from observers to contributors. The seemingly endless relationships between individuals and spaces may help spectators to revisit the connections they possess.

Sareena sattapon

本展「In the realm beyond spectrum」は、ホワイトキューブとガラスの壁、6チャンネルのモキュメンタリ―映像で構成されたパフォーマンス空間を立ち上げ、観客と作品を接続する試みを行います。映像は、タイに住むサッタポンの叔母の人生譚から着想を得ており、それを日本の文脈に置き換えて描かれています。鑑賞者は作品の「内」と「外」の双方から作品を見聞きし、作品の一部となることで、その立場は鑑賞者から作品の構成者へと変化します。個々人と空間の、一見すると終わりのない関係性は、鑑賞者自らが持つ繋がりを再訪する手がかりとなります。

Period /会期:23 March – 25 May 2024 *Closed on Sun-Wed and holidays
Venue/ 会場:Piramide Bldg., 4F 6-6-9 Roppongi, Minato-ku Tokyo
現代芸術振興財団(東京都港区六本木6-6-9 ピラミデビル4階)
Open hours:Thursday・Friday・Saturday 12:00〜19:00
Opening reception:23rd March (Sat) 17:00〜19:00
Organizer:公益財団法人 現代芸術振興財団


fabulation / (ma)tter | Jean Lemonnier

This exhibition “Fabulation/ (ma) tter” will present the results of a 2-week studio residence at Uenoshita Studio, which was realized by receiving the Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School of Fine Arts Global Art Practice (GAP) Major Award.

本展「fabulation / (ma)tter」は、東京藝術大学大学院美術研究科グローバルアートプラクティス(GAP)専攻賞を受賞したことにより実現した、上野下スタジオでの2週間のスタジオ・レジデンスの成果発表となります。ぜひご高覧ください。


展覧会タイトル|Exhibition title

fabulation / (ma)tter | Jean Lemonnier

会期|Date and Hours

2024/3/21(木) – 3/31(日)


March 21, 2024 (Thursday) – Marcha 31, 2024 (Sunday)


〒110-8541 東京都台東区上野4-8-4 ABAB UENO 6階

Uenoshita studio, ABAB Ueno 6th floor

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For more information, please visit:

 Intensive Workshop by Ho Tzu Nyen 東京藝術大学x東京都現代美術館共同企画: ホー・ツーニェン集中ワークショップ

『旅館アポリア』(あいちトリエンナーレ2019)(c) Ho Tzu Nyen

東京都現代美術館での個展『ホー・ツーニェン エージェントのA』で来日中のホー・ツーニェンを講師に迎え、本学の学生を対象とした特別ワークショップを開催します。受講者は、4月8日(月)に開催される特別講演会に参加し、ホー氏の芸術的な方法論やベースとなるアプローチを理解した上で、2日間の集中ワークショップに参加します。




会場:東京都現代美術館 講堂 (東京都江東区三好4丁目1-1、地下2階)






問い合わせ先:美術研究科 グローバルアートプラクティス専攻

A special workshop for TUA students will be held with Ho Tzu Nyen, who is currently visiting Japan for his solo exhibition “Ho Tzu Nyen: A for Agents” at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo. Students will attend a special lecture on Monday, April 8, to gain an understanding of Ho’s artistic methodology and base approach before participating in the intensive two-day workshop.

Ho’s artworks are rooted in thorough research on the histories of Southeast Asia and East Asia. They are reconstructed in the present day by integrating various media – such as video, animation, performance, VR, and music – as needed, to access a more multi-layered history.  Many of his projects involve close collaborations with researchers, translators, and other artists, sometimes over long durations. In this workshop, Ho will share and speak about the archival materials that he has gathered for his projects related to Southeast Asia, Japan, and Korea. Through conversations, exercises, and group work, we will not only experience his approach to dealing with history, but we will also collectively think about the limitations and possibilities of engaging in the histories of “others”.

*This workshop is a Social Practice Seminar class for second-year M2 students in the Global Art Practice course of the Graduate School of Fine Arts, and is open to students in other departments as well.

Dates and time: 
Tuesday, April 9, 2024 10:00-17:00, Wednesday, April 10, 2024 10:00-17:00 

Venue: Auditorium, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo 
(4-1-1 Miyoshi, Koto-ku, Tokyo, B2F)

Capacity: 30 students from Tokyo University of the Arts

Conditions of participation:
-The participant must be a student of Tokyo University of the Arts
-Those who can attend the Ho Tzu-Nyen Special Lecture on April 8 (Mon.), 2024 from 18:00 to 20:00.
-Those who are able to attend the entire workshop on April 9 (Tue.) – 10 (Wed.), 2024 from 10:00-17:00.
-Those who have no difficulty in attending the workshop in English.
*Recommended to see the exhibition at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo on April 6 (Sat.) or 7 (Sun.), 2024.

Apply using the form below by Monday, March 25, 2024. After selection, you will be notified by e-mail whether you can participate or not by Friday, March 29, 2024.

Language: English

Organized by: Global Art Practice Program (GAP), Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts
Co-organized by: Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo

Contact: Graduate School of Fine Arts, Department of Global Art Practice

Special Lecture by Ho Tzu-Nyen  “A for Asia” ホー・ツーニェン特別講演会『アジアのA』 


本企画は、4月6日に開幕する東京都現代美術館での個展『ホー・ツーニェン エージェントのA』と連動し、ホー氏を東京藝術大学にお招きして本学の学生および一般に向けた特別講演会を開催するものです。前半は講義形式で、創作活動のベースとなる思想や実践、それを作品化する際のアプローチについて、日本で発表された近作を例にお話いただきます。特に、アジアで広く共有されてきたアニメーションや映画からの引用・コラージュを多用し、歴史の中で不可視にされてきたスパイ、軍人、妖怪、顔のないキャラクターなどを再登場させることで、アジア史の多層性を浮かび上がらせてきた独自の方法論や創作プロセスについて詳しく伺います。





会場:東京藝術大学上野キャンパス 美術学部中央棟第一講義室(以下の地図の7番) *オンライン配信の予定はございません。

対象:本学の学生・教職員、学外一般 (先着順・定員150名)

参加無料・要予約(先着順): *定員に達したため受付を終了しました



問い合わせ先:美術研究科 グローバルアートプラクティス専攻

《時間のT:タイムピース》 2023年、映像スチル Image courtesy of the artist and Kiang Malingue

Ho Tzu-Nyen is an internationally renowned artist based in Singapore. Based on his extensive research, he has created numerous video works, installations, and performances that capture and reconstruct the complex multi-layered nature of Asian history in a unique way. In recent years, he has presented a series of new works in Japan, such as “Hotel Aporia” (Aichi Triennale 2019), “Voice of Void” (Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media, YCAM, 2021), and his solo show “Night March of 100 Monsters” (Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, 2021). Through these projects, Ho continues to make a strong impression on Japanese audiences and provide a new perspective on Asian history.

In conjunction with his new solo exhibition “Ho Tzu-Nyen: A for Agents” at the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, which opens on April 6, we invite him to the Tokyo University of the Arts to give a special lecture to the students and the general public. The first half of the lecture will be in the form of a lecture, in which he will talk about the ideas and practices that form the basis of his creative activities and the approach he takes in creating his works, using recent works published in Japan as examples. In particular, we will hear in detail about his unique methodology and creative process of bringing to light the multilayered nature of Asian history through his extensive use of quotations and collages from animations and films widely shared in Asia, and making the reappearance of spies, soldiers, monsters, faceless characters, etc. that have been invisible in the history of the region. 

In the latter half of the session, we will take questions from students attending the workshop, which will be co-hosted by the Tokyo University of the Arts and the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo from the following day. We will consider what kind of artistic approach is possible in Asia, which still faces many unspoken historical and political tensions. We hope that this lecture will also provide an opportunity for international students from Asia who are studying at the university to confront history from a pluralistic perspective and connect it with their own artistic expression. We look forward to your participation.

Lecturer : Ho Tzu Nyen
Ho Tzu Nyen was born in 1976 in Singapore, where he lives and works. His films, film-based installations, and performances draw from a vast range of cultural materials and discourse, which are repurposed into a visual machinery that animates the entanglement and complexity of history, subjectivity, and power. Ho’s recent solo exhibitions were held at Singapore Art Museum (2023), Hammer Museum (Los Angeles, 2022), Toyota Municipal Museum of Art (Aichi, 2021–22), Crow Museum of Asian Art of the University of Texas at Dallas (2021), Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media (2021), Kunstverein in Hamburg (2018), and Ming Contemporary Art Museum (Shanghai, 2018). He represented Singapore at the 54th Venice Biennale in 2011. Ho’s recent group exhibitions include Thailand Biennale (2023), Aichi Triennale (2019), 12th Gwangju Biennale (2018), and 10th Shanghai Biennale (2014). His works have also been presented in numerous international theaters and film festivals, including Theater der Welt (2010, 2023), Holland Festival (2018, 2020), Berlin International Film Festival (2015), Sundance Film Festival (2012), and 41st Directors’ Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival (2009). In 2019, Ho co-curated the 7th Asian Art Biennial with Taiwanese artist Hsu Chia-Wei at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts.

Planning and moderator:
Chiaki Soma (Art Producer, Associate Professor of Global Art Practice, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts)

Date & Time: April 8, 2024 (Monday) 18:00-20:00 

Lecture Room 1, Central Building, Faculty of Fine Arts, Ueno Campus, Tokyo University of the Arts (No. 7 on the map below)
There will be no online streaming of the lecture.

TUAT students, faculty, staff, and the general public (first-come, first-served; capacity of 150)

Language: Japanese and English with consecutive interpretation (interpreter: Kanoko Tamura)

Admission and Booking: 
Free of charge, reservations required (first-come, first-served) *Registration has been closed due to reaching the maximum number of participants.

Organized by Global Art Practice (GAP) and Inter Media (Sentan), Tokyo University of the Arts Co-organized by Global Support Center, Tokyo University of the Arts
Special Cooperation: Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo 

Graduate School of Art, Department of Global Art Practice

触れること・触れられることTouching and Being Touched


Dates:2024.03.11~2024.03.16 12:00-19:00(last entry16:00)
日時:2024年3月11~16日 12:00-19:00(最終日16:00まで)
Venue:YW GALLERY 6F Ginza 3-8-17, Chuo City, Tokyo, 104-0061
会場:ゆう画廊 6F  〒104-0061 東京都中央区銀座3-8-17 ホウユウビル

Touching and Being Touched In a world teeming with tactile exchanges, from the warmth of a handshake to the comfort of an embrace, “Touching and Being Touched,” ventures into the less traversed terrains of human interaction. Mengke employs her art as a means to open up conversations about haphephobia—the profound discomfort or fear of touch, pushing against societal norms that often dismiss or overlook the discomfort associated with unwanted physical contact. Her artworks serve as a bridge, offering a profound, visual dialogue on the complexities of touch, consent, and personal boundaries. Each piece, whether through abstract forms, textured surfaces, or interactive installations, challenges us to confront our own perceptions of touch and the multifaceted nature of human connections and encourages us to consider the layers of meaning imbued in touch and to recognize the strength in setting and respecting boundaries. ——Harris Kayama

触れること‧触れられること 握手の温もりから抱擁の安心感まで、さまざまな「触れ合い」で溢れる世界において『触れること・触れられること』は、人間交流の中でなかなか語られることのない場所へと扉を開きます。梦可(ムオンコー)は彼女の芸術表現を通して、接触恐怖症についての対話の場を開き、望まない身体接触から触発される不快感をしばしば無視したり軽視したりする社会に問いを投げかけます。 彼女の作品は橋渡しとしての役割をもち、触れることの複雑さや同意、個人的な境界線について深い視覚的対話を立ち上げます。抽象的な形や質感のある表面、またインタラクティブなインスタレーションを通じて、各作品は私たち自身がもつ「触れる」ことへの認識を明かにし、人間の繋がりの多面的な性質を提示することで「触れる」に込められた意味の違いを考慮すること、境界線を設定すること、そして尊重することの重要性を促します。 ——佳山哲巳 日本語:柏原瑚子

Touched by Sound: The Being-Together-Being in Movement Art

Dates:April 5th – 6th, 2024 9:00-17:30
日時:2024年4月5-6日 9:00-17:30
Venue:NTU Events and Conferencing, Burton Street, Nottingham, UK

The MCCT is an annual interdisciplinary conference that provides a forum for emergent critical scholarship, broadly construed hosted and supported by the Department of Social and Political Sciences at Nottingham Trent University. Join us for the Midlands Conference in Critical Thought, a gathering of brilliant minds to discuss and explore various critical topics.Get ready to engage in thought-provoking discussions, connect with like-minded individuals, and expand your knowledge in critical thought. Don’t miss out on this incredible opportunity to be a part of this stimulating conference. JuJu Kusanagi will be co-presenting a paper with Dr. Lars Koens about their practice and research regarding a set of movement and vocalization workshops she facilitated at Centre National de la Danse (Paris, France), Nottingham Trent University (Nottingham, UK), and Tokyo University of the Arts (Tokyo, Japan).