2006 “Feel invisible things” workshop

I would like to go through a process in which participants can experience unexpected feelings and ways of thinking by joining my workshop. Through this form of interaction and communication the participants will be able to reflect upon themselves, and the relationships between the participants and their surroundings.

Performance and installation artist, anti-cool (Tomoko Takahashi) was born in Kanagawa, Japan. Her works explore ways of conquering the boundaries and rules with which people surround themselves. Through communication with those present, she tries to find solutions in order to break through people’s self-imposed limits. She has exhibited in more than ten countries in the last six years. Recent group shows include Visions in the Nunnery, London, UK; Cultural Studies Wien at Museum Quarter 21, and Platform Kunst for Japan-EU year, Vienna, Austria.

* Feel invisible things *
anti-cool (Japan)
Gendai Gallery at the Japanese-Canadian Cultural Centre
Sunday October 15 1 pm – 6 pm

A workshop of the 6th 7a*11d International Festival of Performance Art Festival

To register, email Kerri Sakamoto: unbidden [at] sympatico.ca; maximum 10 participants

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