Exhibitions

MAM Project 026: Curtis Tamm

2019.2.9 [Sat] - 5.26 [Sun]

Curtis Tamm (b. 1987 in California) conducts cross-disciplinary research on multiple areas including natural phenomena, geophysics, geology and zoology to create works in video and sound that consider some of the many relationships between different things that are often overlooked. During 2017 and 2018, Tamm stayed in Japan conducting research on the likes of earthquakes, volcanic activities, religions, and traditional Japanese musical instruments. Now he takes some of his findings and elaborates them in a new sound installation for this latest MAM Project.

Curtis Tamm Center for Cellular Alignment
Curtis Tamm
Center for Cellular Alignment
2017
Sound performance
Installation view: “ARCUS Project 2017 IBARAKI Artist-in-Residence Program,” ARCUS Studio, Ibaraki
Photo: Kato Hajime
Photo courtesy: ARCUS Project Administration Committee, Ibaraki
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Curtis Tamm Center for Cellular Alignment
Curtis Tamm
Center for Cellular Alignment
2017
Sound performance
Installation view: “ARCUS Project 2017 IBARAKI Artist-in-Residence Program,” ARCUS Studio, Ibaraki
Photo: Kato Hajime
Photo courtesy: ARCUS Project Administration Committee, Ibaraki
* Referential image
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MAM Project 026: Curtis Tamm


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Photography is not permitted in the gallery of “MAM Project 026: Curtis Tamm” exhibition.


About “MAM Project”

MAM Project is a series of experimental projects produced by the Mori Art Museum in collaboration with artists from around the world.

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