Talk Event by GAP × GA – Where is a border? –

 

How do you think what a border is? GAP students, GA students and their tutors will discuss borders to face in our life.

Date:  Thursday, 1 November 2018
Time: 14:00 start
Venue: Chinretsukan Gallery, The University Art Museum, Department of Arts, Ueno Campus, Tokyo University of the Arts

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GA
 
Yoshitaka Mouri
He is currently Professor of Graduate School of Global Arts at Tokyo University of the Arts. His research interests are postmodern culture, media, art, the city and transnationalism.
 
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Sanghae Kwon
He currently studies in the Graduate School of Global Arts PhD program at Tokyo University of the Arts. His research explores theatricality and performativity within contemporary arts. Recent curatorial collaboration includes Minouk Lim’s performance work “O Tannenbaum” (2018) for the ASAKUSA gallery.
 
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Kazuya Yukimura
He currently studies in the Graduate school of Global Arts MA program at Tokyo University of the Arts.
His major is cultural policy. Especially, he is interested in the present situation or institution in the theater.
 
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Tanja Sillman
Currently studying in the Graduate School of Global Arts MA program at Tokyo University of the Arts. Her research is related to alternative art projects in Japan.
 
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Harah Han
She studies about arts management in the Graduate School of Global Arts MA program at Tokyo University of the Arts. Her research subject is the supporting system for cultural and artistic activity. Recently, She is engaged on the art project competition “DenchuLab.”.
 
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Karen Karuna Shibuya
She currently studies in the Graduate school of Global Arts MA program at Tokyo University of the Arts.
 
 
 

 

GAP
 
Nanaka Adachi
She currently studies in the Global Art Practice MFA program at Tokyo University of Arts. Her interests are based on the relation between identity and language and her works are aiming to transform the feelings of lust, longing and sadness into textile, paper and shadows.
 
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Abraham Benjumea
He currently studies in the Global Art Practice MFA program at Tokyo University of Arts. His research is mainly based on searching and playing the notion of history and language to create his representation which is painting, drawing and collecting.
 
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Koji Kato
He currently studies in the Global Art Practice MFA program at Tokyo University of Arts. His work is mostly video of his interests in exploring relations between political or social issues and himself for finding out the reason of incomprehension.
 
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Cheng Yu
She currently studies in the Global Art Practice MFA program at Tokyo University of Arts. Her works are installation, video and photography by using materials without changing their attributes and features to express people’s mental states and address social reality.
 
 

 

GAP Open Studio @ Chinretsukan Gallery
Exhibition Period: Thursday, 25 October – Thursday 1 November 2018 (Open on all days)
Opening Hours: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Admission Free
Reception: Saturday, 27th October, 6pm-8pm at Courtyard, Masaki Memorial Gallery
Exhibition Venue: Tokyo University of the Arts Chinretsukan Gallery
12-8 Ueno Koen, Taito-ku Tokyo, 110-8714, JAPAN
Organizers: Global Art Practice, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts
Cooperation: Beaux-Arts de Paris, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London