東京を拠点とするサウンドギャラリーEBM(T)と、ベルリンを拠点に活動を行う3hd Festivalは、フェスティバル「インフラ INFRA」 を8月19日から8月26日まで開催いたします。
基礎や基盤を意味する インフラ INFRAという名前は、アーティスト、参加者にとっての新しい基盤を意味しています。
Berlin’s 3hd Festival and Tokyo-based EBM(T) Gallery are combining forces to work on インフラ INFRA 2017 in Tokyo, running August 19 to 26.
An ambitious festival of art, music, and thought in the digital age, the program unfolds in museums, galleries, clubs, and online.
The name インフラ INFRA is a play on the abbreviated form of ‘infrastructure,’ and breaks new ground for participants.
Inside the Outside World
The group exhibition reflects on themes around infrastructure, and aims to give a new meaning to the idea of universality with the work of seven international and interdisciplinary artists working at the intersection of contemporary art, music, and performance.
Japanese producers H. Takahashi and Y.Ohashi will discuss questions about different cultural contexts and online-identities. This talk will be held in Japanese.
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Shifting between art exhibitions and musical performance, Lars TCF Holdhus work explores themes of code, cryptography, and musical composition through the use of visual, sonic, built, and written concepts.
Nobukazu Takemura is a Japanese artist and a composer with a child’s sensibility. He’s been active since the early 90s, focusing his activities on order formation and its processes, quests, and spontaneity through play and affect. Takemura has occupied a unique space between post-rock, electronica and modern experimental music, producing albums Child and Magic, Songbook and Zeitraum. He has broadened his creative output from music into video, installation, painting, poetry, and theater from the turn of the millennium.
Nozomu Matsumoto is a sound artist based in Tokyo, co-founder of the sound gallery EBM(T) and co-founder of インフラ INFRA. His work has been presented at galleries such as Yamamoto Gendai and Talion Gallery. Matsumoto has done sound design for many projects including Nile Koetting’s “Sustainable Hours” at Maison Hermés in Tokyo and Kazuyo Sejima + Ryue Nishisawa / SANAA’s lnujima “Landscape Project” during Architecture Biennale in Venice 2016.
Johanna Odersky a.k.a IKU is a Frankfurt-based artist whose interests and music is circulated around the aesthetic form of recursion. Currently studying Fine Arts at Städelschule, she uses this approach as a loose structure for creating, as well as erasing, mood and meaning. Recontextualization and self-reference are used to bring to mind different time frames and an alternative space to our linear histories and understanding of being.