Date: Friday, July 16, 2021, 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm
Venue: I-House Garden (In case of rain, the exhibition will be held indoors.)
*Priority admission for those with reservations
A poetic act of radical caring to mark the 10th anniversary of the 311 Fukushima Disaster.
American artists in collaboration with Japanese artists, developed a virtual process to engage with young adults in the Tohoku region when it was not safe to travel. Using a trusted relational network, they recorded stories about safety, strength, and hopes for the future. From these recorded voices, the artists have created voice sonic haiku that is amplified through a trio of interactive, mobile sound monuments in the shape of tsunami stones.
Prior to the exhibition at the Setagaya Art Museum in July, we will install sound monuments in the I-House garden. Please reserve your preferred time slot to avoid crowds.
Learn more about the project from the website.
Visitors’ Procedure :
Please make a reservation from the form below.
If the number of reservations has already reached a limit, we will contact you shortly.
On the day of the event, please come to the reception desk in front of the Koyata Iwasaki Memorial Hall on the East Wing’s first basement floor of the International House of Japan.
The approximate time for viewing is 15-30 minutes. (If you are late, we may have to give priority to other visitors.)