タグ: Japan

法的要件?パフォーマンス?

今日は、ダンサーの東海林靖志さんがなえぼのアートスタジオにいらっしゃいました。21日のトークの前には、パフォーマンスがあります。今日は何やら色々と相談をしていました。

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展覧会のタイトル「法的要件」と関係があるようですが、何をしてるんでしょう?

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20日のパフォーマンスの後は、トークを開催します。

ジェレミーのトークは、展覧会では見られない現在制作中の日本における「仕事」に関するプロジェクトについても話をします。

S-AIRアワードで、ナントやプノンペンに滞在した高橋喜代史さんや風間天心さんのお話も必見です。皆様のご参加お待ちしております!

広告

Liu Yi

リュー・イー(刘毅) | Liu Yi

The Song of Störtebecker, 2015

アート、デザイン、教育、プロモーションの分野で活動する。上海視覚芸術学院パブリックアート学科の主任教員、上海デザイナー協会ディレクター、61CREATIVEスタジオの設立者でもある。パブリックアート、マルチメディア、インスタレーション、立体作品そして家具や視覚デザインまで、様々な分野に渡った活動を行い、作品は、世界中のアートやデザインの展覧会で紹介されている。2010年上海万博センターでのスカルプチャーデザイン・プロジェクトのエグゼクティブ・ディレクター、2013年北欧・中国アートフェスティバルのシニア・コンサルタント、デザイン上海「Shanghai: Re-design」エグゼクティブ・キュレーター、照明フェスティバル2015「Lumiére China」キュレーター、2016年上海アート&デザイン展「Design Fuelling Station」と「Local Design Beat」キュレーター、上海プロジェクトにおけるパブリック・アート研究員を務める。
主な作品に、Vein (上海ワールド・フィナンシャル・センター)、Seed Planet (上海世紀公園)、Snake Pavilion (上海新天地)、Echo Wall (上海虹橋天地 [THE HUB])、Hey, Human! (深圳香港アートセンター)、Community Fantasy (上海虹橋天地 [THE HUB])、Mobile Phone Drawing Series(ゲーテ・インスティトゥート上海文化教育課)がある。

http://www.61creative.com

 

▼連携団体
Office 339(上海)
中国・上海を拠点に、文化・エンターテイメントに特化したプロデュース会社。2006年に鳥本健太(CEO)によって設立され、以後、現代アートを軸に領域を横断し文化的価値を創造するプロジェクトをアジア地域で実施している。
2013年より「山下智博」をプロデュースし、中国でのオンライン動画コンテンツの制作・配信を開始。娯楽番組「绅士大概一分钟」やネットドラマ「日本屌丝」などを成功させ、中国の若者から熱狂的な支持を得る。
日本・中国の多様な才能を巻き込みながら、リアルからネット、アートからエンターテイメントまで、強いオリジナリティを持った表現を追求する。
http://www.office339.jp

 

S-AIR Exchange Programme 2017 冬季プログラム
主催 特定非営利活動法人S-AIR
助成 文化庁 平成29年度アーティスト・イン・レジデンス活動支援を通じた国際文化交流促進事業
協力 Office 339、さっぽろ天神山アートスタジオ

Residency Opportunity at S-AIR (Jan – Mar 2014)

[The call for this opportunity is now closed. Please see the results here. ]

S-AIR -FRONTIER- Programme Winter 2013/14
https://sairblog.wordpress.com/category/residency-opportunity/

Call for Applications
NPO S-AIR is offering one place for a residency opportunity in Sapporo, Japan.

S-AIR will provide the successful candidate with the opportunity to learn about Japan, communicate with Japanese artists and local community, and to establish networks and dialogues between local and international artists. This is an opportunity for artists who work in visual arts.

The successful candidate will be expected to produce new works and will be encouraged to experiment in their own field. A collaborative work or project within the community is desirable. The artist will be asked to give either a lecture or a workshop as well as to have an exhibition or presentation during the residency as a result of the residency, this may be a solo show or a group show.

The successful candidate will also be required to provide reports of their residency to S-AIR at the end of their residency and to seek opportunities to share their experience on their return to home country (or elsewhere outside Japan)– this could mean an exhibition, a series of presentations or artists talks, or publication of articles, which have to be reported to S-AIR.

About S-AIR
http://www.s-air.org/

S-AIR was established in 1999 with partial funding by The Agency for Cultural Affairs, to run an artist-in-residence programme in Sapporo, Japan. Since it was approved to be a non-profit organisation in 2004, S-AIR started a 10-year collaborative residency project with ICC, in which we have been building networks with Japanese and international artists as well as art institutions in Japan and overseas. In 2011, S-AIR initiated a new programme, FRONTIER, which is supported by the Agency for Cultural Affairs. In April 2013, S-AIR has moved its office to central Sapporo, and so far has hosted 77 participants in total from 32 countries and regions over the period of 12 years (until March 2013).

Conditions and Requirements

Term of the Residency:
75 day residency between 8th January – 31st March 2014 to be arranged with S-AIR (Exhibition period: End of February – Beginning of March)

Areas of Practice:
All kinds of discipline within the context of visual art

Support
Travel and material fees can only be reimbursed in Japanese Yen after arrival in Japan in exchange with receipts and boarding passes (showing the date of purchase, amount of payment, travel itinerary and name of the passenger). Participants are strongly advised to bring enough money to cover the initial spending ideally for the first month.

Our support includes:
– Travel costs (up to 170,000 yen)
– Material Fees (up to 100,000 yen)
– Daily allowance (3,500 yen)
– Accommodation: a rented single room with internet connection (Please bring your own laptop as no computer will be provided)
– Free pay-as-you-go mobile phone rental (call credits are not included)
– Utility bills (water, gas and electricity)
[Note] Studio will not be supplied for this opportunity. The successful candidate will be asked to use their apartment as their main working space.

• Eligibility
Applicants must neither hold Japanese nationality nor reside in Japan, and are able to exercise a degree of autonomy and self-reliance. The successful candidate must have desire and ability to communicate and interact with local citizens in English or in Japanese.

• Travel Arrangements, Visa and Insurance
The successful candidate is responsible for their own travel arrangements, visa and insurance in advance.
To find out whether your country have visa exemption arrangements with Japan, go to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan website.
http://www.mofa.go.jp/j_info/visit/visa/index.html
http://www.mofa.go.jp/j_info/visit/visa/short/novisa.html#list

What Should Be Included in Your Application?
All materials should be provided in English. All the information provided in the application may be used to promote and document the programme, which may be accessible to the public and shown in print and online.

1. Complete Application Form (PDF or Word, A4)
2. Résumé/CV (PDF or Word, A4) including a list of exhibitions and educational background
3. Project Portfolio/Documentation (PDF, A4, no more than 6 pages) 
A PDF portfolio/documentation including 5 major works or projects that you have produced or initiated with some descriptions and images. You may include links to project websites and videos documenting the projects.
4. Portrait (Jpeg, 500pix min)
 Photograph of yourself above shoulder

How to Apply

Download Application Form and Guideline, which are available in PDF and Word format, from the following link:

Application Guide:
https://sairblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/201401_frontier_guide.pdf
Application Forms:
https://sairblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/201401_frontier_form1.pdf (PDF file) https://sairblog.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/201401_frontier_form1.doc (Word file)

Include YOUR NAME in the subject line and send your data through online storage services such as yousendit.com or wetransfer.com. DO NOT SEND THE DATA DIRECTLY, just send LINKS to the server where your data is stored.

Please fill in the following two pages and email the link(s) to your application data: info@s-air.org

Deadline: Monday 9th December 2013 at 10am (JST)
Applications should be submitted online NO LATER THAN the above date and time. Please make sure that you follow the guideline as only complete applications will be considered.

Selection Schedule

• Deadline for submission: Monday 9th December 2012 at 10am (JST)
• Selection by the S-AIR FRONTIER Selection Committee: 11th December 2012
• Final Selection and Announcement on S-AIR Blog on 13th December 2012 at: https://sairblog.wordpress.com/category/residency-opportunity/

Enquiries

NPO S-AIR
3F-A, North 6 East 2-2-10, Higashi-ku, Sapporo, 060-0906 JAPAN
www.s-air.org
info@s-air.org