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Symposium “Our Ecology”

Our Ecology Related Program
Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation available

The environmental crisis has already long been recognized in the international art scene. Especially for the past few years, many exhibitions have been approaching issues of climate change and ecology from social perspectives integrating queerness, feminism and the transformative potentials and risks of technology. How do these exhibition curators confront this issue common to all humankind yet in various manners, and what are they trying to convey through contemporary art? In the framework of Our Ecology: Toward a Planetary Living, we are inviting three curators from around the world to discuss how contemporary art is responding to the environmental crisis, how they are planning the exhibition, and how contemporary art can be involved in the environmental crisis issue.

Date & Time
17:00-19:00, Friday, November 3, 2023 (Doors Open: 16:45)
Appearing
Nicolas Bourriaud (Artistic Director, The 15th Gwangju Biennale) * to appear online
Hasegawa Yuko (Director, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa)
Chus Martínez (Head, Institute Art Gender Nature at Basel Academy of Art and Design FHNW)
Martin Germann (Our Ecology exhibition Co-Curator / Adjunct Curator, Mori Art Museum)
Tsubaki Reiko (Our Ecology exhibition Co-Curator / Curator, Mori Art Museum)

Organizer
Mori Art Museum
Cooperation
Art Week Tokyo

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Booking Period
2023.10.10 [Tue] - 11.1 [Wed]
Venue
Academyhills (49F, Roppongi Hills Mori Tower)
Capacity
150 (booking required, first-come basis)
Fee
500 yen
* The fee does NOT include admission into the exhibition. Please purchase admission ticket into the exhibition separately if you’d like to visit.
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Category
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Audience
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