OPEN STUDIO 2015-2016

12 Mar 2016

Event times

11:00 - 17:00

Cost of entry


Tokyo Wonder Site Residency

Tokyo, Japan


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Tokyo Wonder Site Residency provides opportunities for international creators from the fields of art, design, architecture and curation to stay, create works and conduct a research in Tokyo.


Our facility "Tokyo Wonder Site Residency", which was launched in Sumida in 2014, offers private rooms and shared studios for the creators.

Artist: Kabir Ahmed Masum Chisty (Bangladesh/ Animation, Performance), Aditya Novali (Indonesia/ Installation), Franziska Furter (Switzerland/ Drawing), Hou I-Ting (Taiwan/ Performance, Digital image), Josée Pedneault (Canada/ Photography, Installation), Manuel Schilcher (Austria/Installation, Research), Inga Seidler (Germany/Research, Curation), Isabel de Sena (Germany/Curation, Writing)

Open Studio is a special occasion for the public to see the creative process of residing creators, exchange ideas with them, and hear their talks. 8 creators will show their activities and there will be a presentation by the creators.

Facility tour / Information Display:
- Visitors will have an opportunity to see the rooms and common spaces where creators stay and communicate with each other.
- We provide the information on the partner institutions of exchange residency programs and answer any inquiries by visitors.

Presentation by Creators
Time: 14:00-15:30
*With Japanese-English interpreter
* Programs may change due to unavoidable reasons.

- Partner Institutions:
Atelier Mondial (Basel, Switzerland)
Artist in Residence Taipei/ Treasure Hill Artist Village (Taipei, Taiwan)

- Institutional Recommendation Program Support:
Conseil des arts et des lettres du Québec


Exhibiting artists

Franziska Furter

Kabir Ahmed Masum Chisty

Josée Pedneault

Aditya Novali

Isabel de Sena

Hou I-Ting

Manuel Schilcher

Inga Seidler


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