Shinji Ohmaki in TOKYO Suki Fes 2017
We are pleased to announce Shinji Ohmaki's installation in TOKYO Suki Fes 2017 from Friday 10th – Sunday 19th November, 2017.
Planetes “They live just as I live, they disappeared just as I disappeared.”
@ Fountain Square, Ueno Park
Before the creation of Ueno Park, this entire area was lined with temple buildings for the Kanei-ji Temple. After the damage incurred through natural disaster and war, the area became a park in 1876, the beginning of the Meiji Era. In this large-scale installation, Ohmaki uses the Monjuro gates as a way of transporting spectators back to what existed here in the past, and to invite them inside a site of past times, spaces, and memories.
TOKYO Suki Fes 2017
Friday 10th – Sunday 19th November, 2017
Ueno Park :
Tokyo National Museum; Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum; Tokyo Bunka Kaikan; Yanaka area; others.
Katsuhiko Hibino; Yousuke Kaifu; Jin Ishikawa; Taro Suzuki; Kazuyuki Hashimoto; Shinji Ohmaki; Tokyo University of the Arts; École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux‐Arts; Lighting Detectives; Chihiro Minato; Tsuyoshi Ozawa; Kopanda Winds; others.
Fumihiko Sumitomo, Associate Professor of the Graduate School of Global Arts at Tokyo University of the Arts and Museum Director of Arts Maebashi.
Implementation Committee for New Concept ""Ueno, a Global Capital of Culture”; Arts Council Tokyo (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)