DIALOGUE with artist Takuro Kotaka 有偈傾 – 藝術家小鷹拓郎 “How to occupy your heart”「如何佔領你的心」
DIALOGUE with artist Takuro Kotaka
有偈傾 – 藝術家小鷹拓郎
“How to occupy your heart”「如何佔領你的心」
30.4.2016 (SAT 六) | 3’00 – 5’00pm
@ Floating Projects 據點。句點
Room D, 8/F, Kwai Bo Industrial Building, No.40 Wong Chuk Hang Road,
Wong Chuk Hang
The underground art scene in Tokyo is energetic. Takuro Kotaka, who is now in Hong Kong for a one-month artist residency supported by soundpocket and Art Center Ongoing, would like to introduce the Occupy Movement in Tokyo to Hong Kong audience as an ongoing development of the underground art scene.
The National Museum of Art, Okutama (MOAO) located deep in the mountains in Tokyo, is a museum which opens once every two years. It is housed in a disused factory and run by an artist collective. Thus, “Occupy School” is a cultural school hosted occasionally by Keroppy Maeda, a writer who has been writing about body modification.
The alternative exhibition by Takuro Kotaka, “IRONMAN”, in which fierce cars were exhibited in front of a department store will also be introduced in this upcoming DIALOGUE.
*The event will be conducted in Japanese and instant translation in Cantonese is available.
organized by 主辦：
Supported by 支持機構：
Things that can happen 咩事藝術空間
Special thanks to 特別鳴謝：
Floating Projects 據點。句點
Artist Biography 藝術家簡歷
Takuro Kotaka, born in 1984, lives and works in Saitama, Japan. He has produced video works and performances based on the documentation and experience during his journey to several parts of the world, including Indonesia and Africa. He films everyday life, but also engages with people through his performances, imaginary narratives and hypotheses. The videos reveal his reflection on topics of cultural communication, otherness, history, and narrative.