Artist Talk with Kenji Ide

Kenji Ide, face-whir.vomit, 2012

Selasa, 13 November 2012, 15.00 WIB
di KUNCI Cultural Studies Center
Jalan Langenarjan Lor 17B, Panembahan

(scroll for english version)

Selama satu setengah bulan, Kenji Ide berkesempatan mengunjungi Yogyakarta untuk mengeksplorasi perkembangan seni kontemporer khususnya di kalangan seniman muda. Dalam kesempatan ini, Kenji  akan mempresentasikan karya-karya terdahulu, serta berbagai pertanyaan yang  muncul di tengah periode residensinya bersama proyek Exchange Room, di KUNCI. Program residensi ini merupakan hasil kerjasama antara KUNCI Cultural Studies Center dan Koganecho Art Management (Yokohama, Jepang).

Kenji Ide lahir di Kanagawa, Jepang, tahun 1981. Ia menyelesaikan studinya di bidang seni lukis tahun 2006 di Tama Art University. Exchange Room adalah proyek KUNCI yang menawarkan ruang terbuka untuk kolaborasi antara  individu dari berbagai latar belakang dan minat lintas-disiplin. Proyek ini ditujukan untuk mendorong perjumpaan kreatif antar pihak-pihak tersebut melalui percakapan terfokus, kerja jaringan taktis, dan aksi yang terarah.

(English Version)

For one and a half months, Kenji Ide has the opportunity to visit Yogyakarta to explore the development of contemporary art, particularly among young artists. In this event, Kenji will share some of his previous works and the emerging questions which he had during his residency period with Exchange Room project, in KUNCI. This residency program is a joint cooperation between KUNCI Cultural Studies Center and Koganecho Art Management (Yokohama, Japan).

Kenji Ide was born in Kanagawa, Japan. He completed his study in painting in 2006, at the Tama Art University. Exchange Room is KUNCI’s project which offers an open space designed for living between people with interdisciplinary background and interests. This project aims at endorsing creative encounters through focused conversations, tactical networking and purposive actions.

 

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