The Space Between the Teeth 1976
Single-channel Videotape, color, stereo sound
Bill Viola Video Works
To coincide with the exhibition early video works by Bill Viola will be screened at the NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC].
Every Saturday and Sunday between 14 October (Sat) and 24 December (Sun) and national holidays (3 and 23 November), from 10:30
Venue: Theater in NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC]
Capacity (for each screening): 27
Further information: http://www.ntticc.or.jp/Exhibition/2006/Billviola/index.html
Visitors to the NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC]’s exhibition “Open Sky 2.9 HACHIYA Kazuhiko” (15 December, 2006 – 11 March, 2007) who bring their used entrance ticket to “Bill Viola: Hatsu-Yume (First Dream)” will be eligible for a discount. (The group entrance fee will apply.)
Also, visitors to “Bill Viola: Hatsu-Yume (First Dream)” brining a used “Open Sky 2.9 HACHIYA Kazuhiko” ticket will be eligible for a discount, as below:
* The discount is valid one person one time only pre ticket and not valid in combination with other discounts.
Further information about “Open Sky 2.9 HACHIYA Kazuhiko”:
NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC]
Tel: 0120-144-199 (Free dial)
Viola Life in Rojak
To coincide with the exhibitin, Asian / ethnic restaurant Rojak (located B2, Roppongi Hills, Hillside) will hold a special campaign to introduce visitors to one more aspect of artist Bill Viola.
During the exhibition, Rojak will have a special menu, full of treats selected by the artist himself. Still photographs from the artist’s work will be displayed along with an in-store screening of the documentary Bill Viola: The Eye of the Heart- A portrait of the artist. Visitors bringing a specially produced postcard from the exhibition will receive a free glass of organic wine.
Viola Life in Rojak
- Collaboration with Mori Art Museum
Saturday, 14 October, 2006 – Monday, 8 January, 2007 * Excluding 23 – 25 December.
Further information: http://idee.jp/food/66rojak/news/2006101210383/ (Japanese only)
Rojak (Roppongi Hills)
Hours: 11:00 – 25:00 (closed 17:00 – 18:00)
Tel: 03-5770-5831 http://idee.jp/food/66rojak/ (Japanese only)
TSUTAYA TOKYO ROPPONGI × Bill Viola
To commemorate the exhibition, TSUTAYA TOKYO ROPPONGI and the Mori Art Museum, have joined forces to create a feature display about Bill Viola. On the first floor of the store, Viola is being introduced via an explanatory panel, some excerpts from his work are being shown on a large monitor, and a documentary program about the artist is also screening. A series of videos and books about video art, all selected by TSUTAYA, are also available. Come and catch up on the latest information about Bill Viola and video art at one of Roppongi Hills’ most popular venues.
“Bill Viola” Corner, 11 – 31 October, 2006
Web: http://www.tsutaya.co.jp/shop/tenpo.zhtml?FCID=2000 (Japanese only)
Merchandise related to “Bill Viola: Hatsu-Yume (First Dream)”
Original Merchandise Limited Edition Boxed Set of Prints from Five Angels for the Millennium, 2001
To coincide with the exhibition, the Mori Arts Center Museum Shop has produced a limited edition portfolio of five still photographs from Viola’s Five Angels for he Millennium. Just 150 of the sets will be made. 130 of those come with edition numbers; a further 20 come with edition numbers and the artist’s signature. All come in a special portfolio box.
Price: 21,000 yen (including tax). With signature: 157,500 yen (including tax). On sale at the Mori Arts Center Museum Shop (Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 52F)
Covering not only work included in the exhibition, this catalog documents all of Viola’s major work to date. Hard cover. B5 size. Japanese version: 216 pages. English version: 208 pages.
Recommended retail price: 2,940 yen (including tax; price the same for Japanese and English editions.)
On sale at the Mori Arts Center Museum Shop (Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 52F) and Roppongi Hills Art and Design Store (Roppongi Hills Mori Tower 3F).
On-line shopping is also available through Mori Arts Center Museum Shop website.
Enquiries: Mori Arts Center Museum Shop:
Website (Japanese only): http://www.macmuseumshop.com/topics/index.php?cat=204