Exhibition

OS-XX Part 2

3 Oct 2015 – 8 Nov 2015

Event times

October3 (Sat) – November 8 (Sun), 2015
11:00~19:00 (Last Entry:18:30)

Cost of entry

Free

Tokyo Wonder Site Hongo

Tokyo
Toyo, Japan

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Travel Information

  • 7 minutes' walk from Ochanomizu Station (Ochanomizu-bashi Exit, JR Chuo Line, Sobu Line/ Exit A1, Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line)

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This project aims to discuss the idea of an “Operation System (OS)” in the contemporary urban city.

About

By searching how identities are built in the process of absorbing the diversity of values and their paradoxical eruption among globalization, we attempt to show different perspectives from creators and researchers through new ideas and methodologies.

Exhibition Structure

1. Cultural Event as Urban OS

1st floor (Space A) is the ‘site’ to realize the interactive dialogue on the various topics to think about the effect of the international cultural event in the city during the exhibition period. Which direction should the cultural program aim for? Mika Kutomi introduces her latest study based on previous research abroad.

2. Media and Design as Urban OS

2nd floor (Space B) analyzes our surrounding environment and explores the way of engagement with the society through the media and design. This exhibition introduces the activity of Yusuke Obuchi Lab from Tokyo University that generates new architectural methodology at research platform ‘T-ADS’ since 2011.                                  

3.Art as Urban OS 

3rd floor (Space C/D) displays the works by the creators who sharply catch how the art can pave the way to the future. This exhibition will show the display by John N Bohn (SCI-Arc, Southern California Institute of Architecture) who practice to envision the future of the city.

4.BOOK CAFÉ 

‘BOOK CAFÉ’ directed by book director Yoshitaka Haba (BACH ltd.) opens in the lounge space of mezzanine introducing the books, themed ’living till now and living from now' for you to think about the future of the city as the menu of the café. ‘BOOK CAFÉ’ suggests the visitors to encounter their fateful book.

Exhibiting artists

SCI-Arc John N Bohn

Yusuke Obuchi Lab

Koki Tanaka

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