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Schedule:2017/3/29 wed. 19:30-

Tableau Stations / Isak Immanuel
『Wind Stations — if someone asks where I am living』 Work-in-Progress showing

2017/03/24

Tableau Stations / Isak Immanuel
『Wind Stations — if someone asks where I am living』 Work-in-Progress showing

With: Pijin Neji, Marina Fukushima, Mika Masuda, Soutaro Tanigaki.


Tableau Stations serves as a platform to engage local and global questions of place. At KIAC, new creation is developed. Looking into the disappearance and appearance of people and places, the ongoing research unfolds in the unique geography of Kinosaki. American choreographer and interdisciplinary artist Isak Immanuel will work in collaboration with a small ensemble of Japanese artists with local participation (including Pijin Neji, Marina Fukushima, and Mika Masuda). Key areas of inquiry are the shifting of generations and contrasting perspectives to a given environment. Resources include the essays "Japan the Beautiful and Myself" by Yasunari Kawabata and "Japan the Ambiguous and Myself" by Kenzaburo Oe, along with the roles of tracing, walking, and living in a sometimes beautiful/uncertain landscape. The work follows on the earlier ensemble collaboration "Wind Stations — a curation of missing people" developed at Dance Box in Kobe and Maizuru RB (Yashima art port) in late 2014. In the summer of 2017, the next iteration of the project will show in San Francisco, US.

This event is held to show the result of the work done during his stay at KIAC. Don’t miss it!



Tableau Stations / Isak Immanuel
『Wind Stations — if someone asks where I am living』 Work-in-Progress showing


■Date
 Wednesday March 29th, 2017 from 19:30

■Venue
 Kinosaki International Arts Center

■Fee
 Free (pre-reservation required)

■Child-minding service
 If needed, please inform Kinosaki Intenational Art Center by calling by Wednesday March 22nd. (1 year and a half to preschool children)

■Reservation
 Please contact the below number or email address and give the title of the event, your name, the number of persons attending and a contact number.
 Kinosaki International Art Center
 TEL 0796-32-3888 (From 9am to 5pm. Closed on Tuesdays)
 e-mail info@kiac.jp

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Isak Immanuel

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