Video Installation                  

Date: Nov. 12(wed.) – Nov. 15(sun.) 18:00 – 21:00

Venue: The north-side of Nagara-bashi, Nakagawa Canal
Information desk: Funato-chou 6, Nakagawa-ku, Nagoya.

Admission free

Access:
A: from Nagoya Station, Take the City Bus Route Kan-meieki 2 at No. 5 platform (in front of Midland Square) and get off at “Nagara-bashi” bus stop
B: from Kanayama Sta., Take City Bus Route Kanayama 21 or 23 at No. 3 platform and get off at “Nagara-bashi” bus stop
C: from San-noh Sta. of Meitetsu Line, 15 minutes to the west on foot

Contact:Tel 080‐3073‐8908
email waltz@canal-vap.com

The art work is a video installation, in which multiple screens with projected images are floated on Nakagawa Canal.
They are viewed with the changing landscape with the passing of time, which still remembers the days of modern history along the canal.

-Please stop by the information office and pick up the brochure.
-Please give consideration to the traffic rule for safe appreciation.
-In the case of heavy weather the event might be canceled. Please check in advance this website.

Art direction, Video images: FUSHIKI Kei
Space design: IGAKI Masashi

              

FUSHIKI Kei
Artist. Completion of MFA degree at Bauhaus-University Weimar. Creating visual images on the subject of a boundary between linearity and non-linearity on time consciousness or memory. Also approaching video installation/performance works from the aspect of spatial uniqueness such as the historical background of the place.

IGAKI Masashi
Artist. Completion of MFA degree at Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music. Creating installation works that focus on the “edge(kiwa in Japanese)” and “space(ma)” among things in space by using various materials.

Project management: KIDA Ayumi
Assistant project management: INAGAKI Takuya

Presented by Nakagawa Canal Video Archive Project (ARToC10 grant-aided project)
Under auspices of City of Nagoya, Nagoya Port Authority, Nagoya Urban Institute of the Nagoya Urban Development Public Corporation
Sponsored by TAIHO Co., Ltd, AGC Glass Products Co., Ltd
Assisted by Nagoya University of Arts and Sciences


wald

Video Sound Installation / Performance

Direction, Video Images:FUSHIKI Kei
Space Design:IGAKI Masashi
Sound Composition :USHIJIMA Akiko

Date: AUG 28th [Fri.] - 29th [Sat.], 2015
28 [Fri.] Opening: 18:00 Starting: 19:00
29 [Sat.] Opening: 12:30 Starting: 13:30 as a PR vent of the ARToC10
29 [Sat.] Opening: 18:00 Starting: 19:00

At the opening, the venue will be released as the installation work before performance. Please attend and enjoy the whole space there.

Admission free

Venue: the warehouse that was used to be the Parts Center of Rinnai Corporation (Hirokawa-cho 4-1, Nakagawa-ku, Nagoya)

Access:
A: from Nagoya Sta., Take City Bus Route Meieki 20 at No. 5 platform (in front of Midland Square) and get off at “Hirokawa-cho Yon-chome” bus stop
B: from Nagoya Sta., Take City Bus Route Kan-meieki 2 at No. 5 platform (in front of Midland Square) and get off at “Nagara-bashi” bus stop
C: from Kanayama Sta., Take City Bus Route Kanayama 21 or 23 at No. 3 platform and get off at “Ninyoshi” bus stop
D: from San-noh Sta. of Meitetsu Line, 15 minutes to the west on foot

Contact:
Tel 080-3073-8908 / email waltz(at)canal-vap.com (Office: Nakagawa Canal – Video Archive Project)

‘Wald’ is the German word meaning the forest.
Former Parts Center of Rinnai Corporation, located in the northeast-side of Nagara-bashi, Nakagawa Canal, is a facility over 2,000㎡ floor space. 
Originally built as a coal briquetting plant after the World War II, with alteration and extension, from 1978 to 2013, it had functioned as a major base for storing and shipping repair materials holding around 100 workers.
This project, building on the contents of practical work at the Parts Center – ‘transportation’, ‘assembly’ and ‘packing’ – extends them through our daily activities and incarnates them in the form of inter-media live performance consists of body, video images, sounds and installation.

Performance:
IDEUE Nao
OBATA Saki
TAKAGI Takuto
TOKORO Shingo
YAMADA Tamami (Guest Performer)

Presented by Nakagawa Canal Video Archive Project (ARToC10 grant-aided project)
Under auspices of Nagoya Urban Institute of the Nagoya Urban Development Public Corporation
Assisted by Aichi University of the Arts and Music Electronic Music Studio, Nagoya University of Arts and Sciences School of Media Design

Project Manager: KIDA Ayumi
Assistant project manager: INAGAKI Takuya
Sound Design:SEKI Mitsuho
Drink & food: TENTO

FUSHIKI Kei
Artist. Completion of MFA degree at Bauhaus-University Weimar. Creating visual images on the subject of a boundary between linearity and non-linearity on time consciousness or memory. Also approaching video installation/performance works from the aspect of spatial uniqueness such as the historical background of the place.

IGAKI Masashi
Artist. Completion of MFA degree at Aichi Prefectural University of Fine Arts and Music. Creating installation works that focus on the “edge(kiwa in Japanese)” and “space(ma)” among things in space by using various materials.

USHIJIMA Akiko
Though trained as a composer, Akiko’s artistic interest is in expanding the boundaries of music: her recent works are experiments in integrating visual and performative elements with music.  She has completed the master’s program in composition at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague. Her pieces have been performed in the Netherlands, the United States and Japan etc. She is the organizer of Association of Contemporary Music Theater.

ARToC10 PR event
On 29th[Sat.] from 14:30 (after performance) , the talk session will be joined by ARToC10 grant recipients, presented by Nagoya Urban Institute of the Nagoya Urban Development Public Corporation.
www.nui.or.jp/artoc10/27 (Japanese)

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