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INTERNATIONAL ARTS MAGAZINE  ISSUE NO.3

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FINE 5 WE MET TIINA OLLESK, ONE OF THE FOUNDING MEMBERS OF FINE 5 DANCE THEATRE IN THE LUSH GARDEN OF KOHVICUM, ONE OF THE SWEETEST CAFES IN THE OLD TOWN OF TALLINN. THE OTHER HALF OF THE DANCE THEATRE IS RENÉ NÕMMIK, WHO JOINED US A BIT LATER. TIINA AND RENÉ ARE ALSO SHARING THEIR EXPERIENCE TO DANCE STUDENTS IN TALLINN UNIVERSITY. FINE 5 DANCE THEATRE IS A PIONEER OF ESTONIAN MODERN DANCE AND THEY STILL KEEP PLAYING THEMSELVES PERCEPTIBLE BY ANALYSING IN BODYWORK. FINE 5 IS THE LAUREATE OF SEVERAL INTERNATIONAL DANCE CONTESTS AND FESTIVALS. THE COMPANY HAS PERFORMED IN USA; ITALY, FRANCE, SWEDEN, CYPROS, FINLAND, POLAND, BALTIC STATES, RUSSIA AND BELORUSSIA. HEART: HERE IN THE GREEN GARDEN IT IS PROPER TO ASK ABOUT THE LINK BETWEEN DANCE AND FLORA. HOW DO BODIES GROW? TIINA OLLESK: DANCE OR CHOREOGRAPHER ITSELF IS LIKE A PLANT WHICH NEEDS TO HAVE ROOTS IN THE GROUND, IT NEEDS ENOUGH LIGHT, SPACE AND FOOD. IN THE HISTORY OF DANCE SOME TENDENCIES NEED MORE HELP FROM THE GARDENER AND OTHERS MIGHT FAIRLY EXIST WITHOUT IT. THERE ARE WAYS OF THINKING THAT ARE COMPARABLE WITH ROYAL HOUSEPLANTS AND ALSO THE ONES WHICH ARE LEFT OPENED, AS ORGANIC AS POSSIBLE. H: WHERE DOES THE CHOREOGRAPHY BEGIN? YOU BEGAN WITH CLASSICAL BALLET AND FOUND MODERN DANCE LATER. IS EVERYTHING FROM BALLET IN THE RECYCLE BIN OR IS SOMETHING VALUABLE STILL WITH YOU? T: TECHOLOGICAL AND SOCIETAL CHANGES HAVE QUITE DIRECTLY AFFECTED THE ATTITUDE AND PERSPECTIVES TOWARDS BODY. THERE WAS TIME WHEN DANCE WAS CONSIDERED ART WHEN IT WAS ARTIFICIAL, BUT NOWADAYS CHOREOGRAPHERS TRY TO FIND SOMETHING AS ORGANIC AS POSSIBLE. IN CONTEMPORARY ERA EVERYTHING ELITE IS VANISHING. IN THE SOVIET TIMES THE HIGHEST DANCE FORM WAS BALLET. THERE WAS A GREAT ASSORTMENT OF PEOPLE, BECAUSE EVERYBODY WANTED TO BECOME BALLET STARS. BACK THEN IT WAS NORMAL THAT YOU COULD CHOOSE ONE PERFECT BODY TYPE FOR THE ELITE ART. THESE DAYS IT IS DIFFERENT, BECAUSE WE HAVE TO CONSIDER THE MATERIAL WE ARE WORKING WITH AND WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE WE ARE. IT IS AN ILLUSION THAT HUMAN RESOURCES ARE ENDLESS, BECAUSE ENERGY CAN RUN DRY. SO WE WANT TO GET BACK TO OUR ESSENCE, BACK TO THE BONES. WE WANT TO CONSIDER THE FUNCTIONS OF MOVING BODY AND BUILD UP TRAINING SYSTEMS FROM THIS POINT. ONLY THEN YOU CAN WORK AS A CHOREOGRAPHER. IN THE CONTEXT OF ESTONIA THIS IS A NEW WAY OF THINKING. SOVIET COMPREHENSION WAS THAT THE HIGHER YOUR LEG RISES THE MORE RIGHT THE DANCING IS. SO PEOPLE THOUGHT IT WAS THE ONLY WAY TO PERFORM „SWAN LAKE“. BUT NOW, IF YOU DO NOT HAVE THOSE ANATOMICAL PREREQUISITIES AND YOUR BODY IS DIFFERENT,YOU CAN STILL INTERACT WITH BALLET.THIS IS ONLY IN OUR HEADS DO WE ACCEPT IT OR NOT. I THINK THERE IS NO BAD STYLE, ALL OF THEM ARE DANCEABLE AND TEACHABLE.


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IN BALLET THERE ARE MANY ASPECTS THAT RECKON WITH BODY ORGANIC.THE QUESTION IS WHAT DO YOU DO WITH YOUR BODY, NOT INSIDE THE STYLE, BUT INSIDE YOUR BODY. SO IT DEPENDS ON PEOPLE AND ATTITUDE, NOT ON STYLE. H: EVERY BODY IS INDIVIDUAL... T: YES, YOU HAVE TO RECKON WITH BIOMECHANICS AND THE STRUCTURE OF SKELETON. IF WE KNOW, HOW WE USE OUR SUPPORTING SYSTEM, THEN THERE IS NO QUESTION IN WHICH STYLE ARE YOU WORKING IN. IT IS A PITY I HAVE REACHED THE KNOWLEDGE OF KINESIOLOGY AND BIOMECHANICS SO LATE. BUT BETTER LATE THAN NEVER. H: WHAT IS BIOMECHANICS? T: IT MEANS OUR MUSCLES HAVE CERTAIN FUNCTIONS, IT DOES NOT MATTER IF YOU ARE A DANCER, ATHLETE OR COMMON MAN. OUR BODY HAS AN ORDER WHICH WE CAN NOT IGNORE. WE HAVE TO STUDY IT OR WE BREAK OURSELVES. WHEN WE WORK WITH ONLY ONE PART OF THE BODY, OTHER PARTS GET WEAK. H: DID YOUR CONTEMPORARY DANCE BEGIN WITH SOME KIND OF PHILOSOPHY OR DID YOU START WITH MOVEMENT WHICH GREW INTO THE KNOWLEDGE OF BODY AS A THINKING WHOLE. T: DANCE IS A VISUAL WORLD, BUILT THROUGH SENSING AND CREATING EMOTIONS. AT FIRST WE JUST COPIED TRADITIONAL MODERN DANCE TECHNIQUES.GRAHAM TECHNIQUE FOR SOMEBODY WITH SHORT LEGS AND LONG BODY. NIKOLAIS TECHNIQUE SAID THAT THERE IS NO DIVISION BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE MOVEMENTS. IN CONTEMPORARY DANCE IT IS POSSIBLE TO CONCENTRATE ON YOUR OWN INDIVIDUAL BODY AND MOVEMENT, NOT ON COPYING. THERE ARE MANY WAYS OF THINKING AND MOVING, BUT THE GROUND,THE ESSENCE IS BLEARY. H: MAI MURDMAA SAID IN ONE INTERVIEW THAT A CONTEMPORARY DANCER „LIVES INSIDE THE MOVEMENT.“ WHAT KIND OF A MIRACULOUS BEING IS THE CONTEMPORARY DANCER? T: CONTEMPORARY DANCER LIVES TOGETHER WITH HIS/HER BODY. IT CAN ALSO BE A CLASSICAL DANCER. DANCER HAS TO BE AWARE WHAT IS HAPPENING WITH HIS BODY AND HOW REAL HE CAN BE. IS HE JUST OBSERVING HIMSELF FROM FAR OR IS HE REALLY TOUCHING HIS INSIDE WORLD. KNOWING OF THE MATERIAL, YOUR OWN MUSCLE SENSITIVITY IS WHAT DISTINGUISHES EXCELLENT DANCERS AND ATHLETES FROM MEDIOCRE ONES. H: WHERE COMES THE IMPULSE FOR THE CHOREOGRAPHY? HOW VISIBLE IS THE PROCESS FROM IDEA TO PERFORMANCE? T: IT IS ALWAYS DIFFERENT. IN „PHASES“ THE IMPULSE WAS MUSIC (STEVE REICH), SO MINIMALISTIC MOVEMENT CAME FROM THIS. IN „BET“ IT WAS THE OTHER WAY AROUND, IT EMANATED FROM HUMAN TYPES AND THEIR PLAYFUL INTERACTION. MUSIC CAME AFTER THAT. IN SOME PIECES MUSIC IS JUST THE SOUNDSCAPE AND OTHERS THAT HAVE BEEN COUNTED PRECICELY TO MUSIC. BUT THEN WE TALK ABOUT TOTALLY OTHER AMOUNT OF TIME. MUSICIAN CAN READ THE NOTE, DANCER HAS TO LEARN NOTES BY HEART AND HAS TO KNOW WHEN MOVEMENTS ARE

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HAPPENING IN THE MUSIC. IT TAKES A LOT OF WORK AND TIME. H: BUT WHAT ABOUT „TWO TRAINS“? WAS CINEMATIC ORCHESTRA AN IMPULSE? T: NO, MUSIC CAME LATER. IT STARTED FROM CHARACTERS, A WOMAN IN RED DRESS AND A MAN IN BLACK SUIT. ACTUALLY EVERYTHING BEGAN WITH COSTUMES, WE HAD THEM, WE WENT TO ST. PETERSBURG AND TRIED TO SEE, HOW THE VISION OF THOSE TWO FIGURES WILL COME ALIVE IN THE CITY. H: AND YOU HAD SOME PROBLEMS THERE AS YOU WERE CREATING THE PIECE? T: WE TRIED TO FILM IN METRO AND THEY CHASED US AWAY, BECAUSE METRO WAS A MILITARY OBJECT AND IT WAS ABSOLUTELY FORBIDDEN TO RECORD IN THERE. BUT THEN WE MADE A LITTLE FILMING EVERYWHERE AND WE GOT WHAT WE NEEDED. H: AND „LANDSCAPING IN PROGRESS“, IT WAS TOTALLY OTHER IMPULSE? T: YES, IT WAS THE EVENT,TREMBLING THAT WAS IN THE AIR.WE TRIED TO CATCH WHAT HAPPENED AROUND THE BRONZE SOLDIER.WE WANTED PEOPLE TO FEEL THE SHAKING GROUND, SHAKING OF THE SOCIETY, NOT TO SHOW THE EVENT ITSELF. WE DID NOT CRITICIZE,WE OBSERVED. WE USUALLY TRY TO SHOW, NOT DIRECTLY, BUT THROUGH METAPHORIC THINKING. H: IS IT POSSIBLE TO TRANSLATE A WORD INTO MOVEMENT? IS SIMULTANEOUS TRANSLATION A CHALLENGE OR A FAILURE? T: DIFFERENT LANGUAGES HAVE DIFFERENT CAPACITY TO TALK ABOUT DANCE.THERE ARE LANGUAGES THAT ARE MORE ADEQUATE TO DESCRIBE WHAT BODY FEELS, MORE PHYSICAL LANGUAGES. BUT I THINK WORDS ARE NOT DIRECTLY TRANSLATABLE INTO MOVEMENT. IN TWO YEARS YOU COULD HAVE THE ANSWERS FOR THIS QUESTION, BECAUSE MY MASTER´S THESIS IS GOING TO BE WRITTEN ON THIS SUBJECT. H: BUT MAYBE WE DO NOT HAVE THOSE WORDS IN ESTONIAN YET? T: I DO NOT THINK THERE IS A NEED FOR INVENTING NEW WORDS. MOVEMENT-THINKING IS A NEW WORD. H: WHAT IS MOVEMENT-THINKING? T: IF YOU TRANSLATE IT DIRECTLY THEN IT IS THINKING THROUGH MOVING AND OBSERVING IT. MOVEMENT PHILOSOPHY. H: AND HOW IMPORTANT IS HEAD IN IT? T: THEY SAY THAT HEAD CARRIES OUR BODY. HEAD IS ONE ANATOMICAL PART OF THE BODY. HEAD CAN BE THE HOME OF THOUGHT.WHOLE BODY IS THE HOME OF THOUGHT, HOME OF MIND. H: COULD IT BE THAT LITTLE TOE THINKS AS HEAD? T: ABSOLUTELY.WE HAVE A BUNCH OF NERVES INSIDE OUR BACKBONE WHICH IS DIRECTLY RELATED TO OUR BODY AND BRAIN. IN THAT IS THE PHENOMENA OF MOVEMENT. IF YOU STUDY DANCE, THEN THE INTELLIGENCE IS NOT ONLY IN BRAIN LEVEL.YOU CAN LEARN THE NAMES OF MUSCLES AND WHAT ARE THEIR FUNCTIONS, BUT IT DOES NOT WORK. IF YOU FEEL A CONNECTION POINT IN YOUR MUSCLES, BONES, SKIN AND THOUGHT,THEN YOU WORK WITH THE BODY SENSITIVELY.THIS IS THE BODY INTELLIGENCE. I WANT TO UNDERSTAND MYSELF. IF I CREATE A CHOREOGRAPHY,THEN I ASK TIME AND SPACE FROM PEOPLE, I SHOULD HAVE SOMETHING I WANT TO SHOW THEM,TELL THEM. H: WHAT DO YOU EXPECT FROM THE AUDIENCE? CONTEMPORARY DANCE HAS MORE DEMANDS ON PEOPLE TOO, THEY SHOULD BE WATCHING WITH THOUGHT.YOU CAN NOT BE PASSIVELY NUMB. RENÉ: I HAVE ALWAYS ASSUMED THAT AUDIENCE HAS A SENSE OF METAPHORICAL THINKING. I HAVE BEEN MISTAKEN A LOT, BUT I HAVE HOPED FOR IT. I HAVE ASSUMED THAT THEY DO NOT LIKE ONLY BANAL JOKES, THEY ARE ABLE TO THINK WITH US IN THE THEATRE,THEY HAVE A SENSE OF MUSIC (NOT THAT THEY WOULD HAVE TO BE MOZART OR BEETHOVEN). I HAVE BEEN MISTAKEN A LOT, BUT I HAVE THOUGHT THAT. I HAVE BEEN NAIVE AND THOUGH THAT PEOPLE TRY TO CONNECT WITH THE LANGUAGE OF MOVEMENT. NOT ONLY CLEARLY EXPLAINABLE SITUATIONS.THERE IS LOT TO LEARN HOW TO RELATE WITH CONTEMPORARY MOVEMENT, HOW TO READ THIS TEXT. T: I ASSUME THAT PEOPLE TAKE THE TIME TO BE OPENED,TO BE READY TO WATCH. FROM MY SIDE I HAVE TAKEN THE RESPONSIBILITY THAT I HAVE SOMETHING TO SAY TO THE AUDIENCE.


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H: WHAT ABOUT CRITERION OF CONTEMPORARY DANCE? T: IN ESTONIA YOU MIGHT FEEL THAT THERE ARE NO CRITERIONS. EVERYTHING THAT IS NOT OPERA, BALLET OR DRAMA, IS CONTEMPORARY DANCE. IN AMERICA CHOREOGRAPHY IS STRONGLY ASSOCIATED WITH MOVEMENT. PERFORMANCE AS A STYLE IS TOTALLY DIFFERENT THING WHAT IN ESTONIA IS CONTEMPORARY DANCE. AND ALSO IN FINLAND THERE IS MOVEMENT BASED THINKING, MEDIUM IN DANCE PERFORMANCE IS MOVING BODY. R: THIS IS THE CRITERION FOR US AT LEAST. DANCE IS ART OF MOVING, NOT ART OF ACTING,TALKING OR MAKING NOISE. T: TO BE HONEST, ESTONIAN DANCE DOES NOT EXIST, BECAUSE ESTONIAN DANCER IS WORKING LIKE AN AMATEUR. CONTEMPORARY DANCE IS A SECONDARY THING.WE HAVE TWO NATIONAL BALLET THEATERS (VANEMUINE AND ESTONIA) WHICH GET MONEY FROM ESTONIAN GOVERNMENT. R: AND THIS IS TOO MUCH FOR ESTONIA, BECAUSE FOREIGNERS WORK IN THOSE THEATERS.THIS IS A BIG QUESTION. WE DO NOT WANT THAT BALLET THEATERS WOULD VANISH, BUT WE SHOULD IMPROVE OUR OWN ESTONIAN DANCE. OF COURSE WE HAVE TO WORK AT IT, BUT IT IS COMPULSORY TO INVEST IN LOCAL CHOREOGRAPHERS, NOT TO TAKE THE EASY WAY OUT AND BRING THEM FROM OTHER COUNTRIES. THIS HAS ALWAYS BEEN A PRINCIPLE FOR FINE 5, TO IMPROVE OUR OWN THING. H: COULD YOU DEFINE DANCE AS DRAWING IN THE AIR? COULD YOU RECORD MOVEMENTS INTO THE AIR? R: IN DANCE COMPOSITION THERE ARE BLUEPRINTS OF THE FLOOR,YOU CAN SEE DRAWN TRIANGLES OR CIRCLES. BLUEPRINTS DRAWN IN THE AIR ARE A MATERIAL OF DANCE COMPOSITION. BUT IN METAPHORICAL SENSE YOU COULD SAY THAT DANCE IS A MOMENTARY ART WHICH IS DRAWN IN THE AIR. AND WHAT YOU CAN TAKE FROM THE PERFORMANCE AIR IS WHAT YOU UNDERSTAND OF IT. WHAT HAS BEEN INSIDE YOU BEFORE THAT, MAKES IT POSSIBLE TO READ IT. DANCER DESIGNS SPACE WITH MOVEMENTS IN TIME. IF YOU LOOK AT THE AUDIENCE, THEN YOU DRAW A BRIDGE IN THE AIR. YOU COULD DRAW THROUGH YOUR SHOULDER,THROUGH YOUR SKIN OR BACK. H: BUT COULD WE TALK ABOUT BODY ARCHITECTURE? T: WE HAVE BEEN CREATED BY AN ARCHITECT. R: DANCE COMPISITION AS AN ARCHITECTURE. ARCHITECTURE IS NOT MOVING IN SPACE, ALTHOUGH IT IS DYNAMICAL THROUGH ITS FORM. DANCE COMPOSITION IS ARCHITECTURE IN TEMPORAL CONTINUITY. T: ARCHITECTURE DRAWN IN THE AIR. H: WHAT IS THE NEXT THING YOU WANT TO TELL BY MOVING? R: I DO NOT KNOW THAT YET. EVERY TIME IT IS DIFFERENT. IN THE BEGINNING IT IS A BLEARY SUBSTANCE, A DISSATISFACTION, A WISH TO DISCOVER, TO FIND, WHAT I THINK IS HIDDEN. SOMETHING TO EXPERIENCE, TO MEDIATE. H: BUT THERE IS SOMETHING FIZZING IN SUPRARENALS? R: SOME KIND OF A SILENT FIZZING THAT IS PUSHING ME TO ACT,WHICH IS IMPOSSIBLE TO VERBALIZE YET. LIKE PINA BAUSCH SAID: „I DON NOT CARE WHY DANCERS ARE MOVING, BUT WHAT IS MOVING THEM.“ WHAT IS MOVING THEM TO MOVE. OFTEN IN PERFORMANCES IT IS SUBCONCIOUSLY PERCEPTIBLE IF CHOREOGRAPHER HAS BEEN MOVED BY SOMETHING. OTHERWISE IT IS JUST A PLAY OF FORM, THE UNDERWATER AREA OF THE ICEBERG IS EMPTY. THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG CAN BE BEAUTIFULLY DESIGNED. BUT WHAT MOVES ME, IS EMPTY. AND THIS IS WHAT YOU NEED TO FILL IN THE BEGINNING, SO THAT THE TIP OF THE ICEBERG COULD COME INTO BEING.


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NOT EVERY DAY GREETS YOU WITH RAYS OF SUN IN YOUR EYES. IT MIGHT ALSO RAIN VERY HEAVILY LIKE IT DID ON THAT EARLY AUGUST DAY. BUT DESPITE OF THE FACT THAT DARK GRAY SKY SEEMED NEVER TO BRIGHTEN UP AGAIN WE TOOK IT PHILOSOPHICALLY - FLOWERS NEED WATER TOO TO BLOOM AND AFTER ALL, WHEN RAIN STOPS, THERE WILL ALWAYS BE SUN AGAIN. SO IT HAPPENED THAT EVENTUALLY SUN CAME OUT, FLOWERS WERE HAPPY AND OUR ADVENTURE COULD START! WHEN WE ARRIVED IN A VERY PICTURESQUE PLACE CALLED LOO WE FOUND OURSELVES SURROUNDED BY ZILLIONS OF DIFFERENT FLOWERS AND PLANTS THAT GREW WILDLY, A RIVER, AN OLD MANOR FROM 1800’S AND OF COURSE - HORSES! IT ALL HAD AN EFFECT ON US THAT LASTED ALL DAY - EVEN IF A BIT INTIMIDATED BY THOSE BIG CREATURES, WE ALL FELT LIKE CHILDREN WHO WANTED TO RUN AROUND AND DISCOVER EVERYTHING AS FAST AS POSSIBLE. YET, WORK WAS WAITING! THIS TIME IT HAD TO BE ALL ABOUT DRESSES I HAD CHOSEN THAT ALL ASSOCIATED WITH FLOWERS AND NATURE. AS NANCY LOVES RIDING, SHE HAD A BRILLIANT IDEA TO INCLUDE ALSO SOME FAUNA - MEANING HORSES! WHAT ELSE COULD YOU ASK? RAIN STOPPED EXACTLY AT THE MOMENT RISTO GOT MAKE UP AND HAIR DONE. AIR WAS FRESH AND NATURE LOOKED LIKE WASHED AND POLISHED ESPECIALLY FOR US TO GET STARTED. IT WAS A CHALLENGE AT FIRST FOR DAVIDE TO GET COMFORTABLE WITH THE CLOSE PRESENCE OF THIS BEAUTIFUL CREATURE CALLED VALENTINO. BUT AS THEY GOT TO KNOW EACH OTHER BETTER, THEY BOTH SAW THAT THERE IS NO HARM FROM EITHER PART.VALENTINO WAS A VERY GOOD MODEL AND KEPT HIS EARS STRAIGHT UP WHEN NEEDED WHILE DAVIDE APPRECIATED HIS EFFORTS WITH CAPTURING THE PERFECT MOMENT AND ANGLE! NANCY AND VALENTINO WERE A GREAT SYMBIOSIS - BESIDES WORKING TOGETHER WE COULD CLEARLY SEE THAT THEY ARE ALSO GOOD FRIENDS. NANCY TOOK POSES FAST AND NATURALLY, ACCORDING TO WHAT VALENTINO WAS DOING AND IT WAS INTERESTING TO SEE THOSE TWO OPPOSITE CREATURES RESPONDING TO EACH OTHER. WHEN WE HAD A SMALL PAUSE IN BETWEEN THE SHOOTS, WE FOUND SOME WONDERFUL RIDING ACCESSORIES FROM THE DRESSING ROOMS. ACCESSORIES LIKE THE CUTEST LITTLE BLACK VELVET HAT AND OH-SO-ELEGANT WHITE LEATHER GLOVES. NOT TO MENTION THE SHINY RIDING BOOTS THAT NANCY HAD BROUGHT WITH HER! I ADJUSTED ALL OF THEM TO THE OUTFITS AND RESULT WAS GREAT! OUR FLOWER-LIKE GIRL BECAME A RIDER... SHE EVEN REMINDED A WARRIOR ON THE PICTURE WHERE SHE WEARS HAT, GLOVES, BOOTS AND TROUSERS - ALL FOR RIDING - AND THE BELT FROM DESIGNER. IT WAS VERY INSPIRING TO DISCOVER THAT THERE CAN BE SUCH AN ELEGANCE IN ONE SPORT! WITHOUT NOTICING WE HAD SPENT A VERY INTENSE DAY. JUST AT THE VERY END WE ALL FELT VERY TIRED BUT IT DID NOT MATTER. WE PACKED OURSELVES, ALL THE CLOTHES AND EQUIPMENT IN OUR MINI COOPER AND HEADED BACK TO THE CITY. EVEN IF CHALLENGING, IT WAS A FUN DAY FOR ALL OF US AND AN EXPERIENCE NOT TO FORGET. THE DAY HAD TURNED FROM GLOOMY TO BLOOMY BY ALL MEANS!

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KHADDA MADANI “KHADDA MADANI IS A CONSTANT FIGURE IN THE LOWER EAST SIDE ART SCENE. SHE IS A SCULPTOR NOT WORKING WITH MARBLE OR WOOD, BUT WITH FABRICS TO DEFINE OUR SECOND SKIN AND EMPHASIZE WOMANS PLAYFUL BEING. HER DRESSES AND CUSTOM MADE PIECES AROUSE EXCITEMENT ON PARTIES, THE SIDEWALK OR WEDDINGS. “


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****************************************************** YOU FAVORITE ......... IS: BOOK: THE PROPHET BY KHALIL GIBRAN CITY: NYC PLACE: MY STUDIO PERSON: MY SON FILM: PIERROT LE FOU BY GODARD SMELL: JASMINE ARTIST: KLIMT AND ROTHKO HOTEL: MY FRIEND’S COUCH WHEREVER IT MAY BE AIRPORT: CHARLES DE GAULLE. PARIS-FRANCE HOBBY: NONE INDULGENCE: CHOCOLATE MOMENT IN HISTORY: PRESIDENT OBAMA’S ELECTION DRINK: VODKA PRIZED POSSESSION: MY FATHER’S LAST PICTURES FOOD: FRENCH FRIES! WAY TO GO: WITH THE FLOW! QUOTE: “FASHION IS ARCHITECTURE: IT IS A MATTER OF PROPORTIONS.” COCO CHANEL ******************************************************


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SAKURA A HOME OFFICE FOR A COUPLE PLANNED IN A RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD IN MEGURO. THE SITE IS SITUATED IN AN AREA WHERE LAND COSTS ARE AMONG THE HIGHEST IN TOKYO.THE AREA IS TYPICALLY CLUTTERED, LIKE MOST RESIDENTIAL AREAS IN DOWNTOWN TOKYO.IT IS HARD TO SAY THAT QUALITY OF LIVING ENVIRONMENT DESERVES THE PRICE OF LAND. I FELT THAT CREATING A BETTER LIVING ENVIRONMENT WAS A TOP PRIORITY UPON SQUEEZING IN YET ANOTHER HOUSE INTO THIS NEIGHBORHOOD.WHAT CAME TO MY MIND WERE THE TWO CLASSIC ‘GLASS HOUSES’* BY MIES AND PHILIP JOHNSON. THE SENSE OF FREEDOM AND OPENNESS THAT MAKES US WANT TO WALK NAKED INSIDE THESE HOUSES SURELY OWES TO THE TRANSPARENCY OF THE GLASS ITSELF, BUT IT IS THE FACT THAT THE BUILDINGS ARE SURROUNDED BY A PLEASANT ENVIRONMENT –THE FOREST– THAT COUNTS THE MOST.SINCE ‘THE FOREST’ ITSELF ALREADY PROVIDES A COMFORTABLE LIVING ENVIRONMENT, IT IS LEFT FOR THE ARCHITECTURE TO SEPARATE INTERNAL TO EXTERNAL ATMOSPHERES WITH THIN, TRANSPARENT MEMBRANES.THEY CLEALY DEMONSTRATE THAT AS LONG AS THERE IS AN ENVIRONMENT SUITABLE FOR LIVING, A ‘HOUSE’ IS NO MORE NECESSARY. WHAT I LOOKED TO CREATE HERE WAS A PRESENCE THAT WOULD REPLACE THIS ‘FOREST’. MORE PRECISELY, I ATTEMPTED TO GENERATE A QUALITY LIVING ENVIRONMENT BY PLACING TWO LARGE, SWIRLED BELT-SHAPED SURFACES ON THE PREMISES. THE PAIR CONSISTS OF SELF-STANDING WALLS MEASURING 7.5 M AND 5 M HIGH RESPECTIVELY, MADE OF LACE-LIKE STEEL 3 MM THICK THAT FILTERS LIGHT LIKE SUNSHINE THROUGH FOLIAGE, WITH HOLES PUNCHED OUT IN A FLORAL PATTERN DEPICTING CHERRY BLOSSOMS, A TRADITIONAL ISE PAPER STENCIL PATTERN. AS WE MAKE OUR WAY INTO THE ABSTRACTED FOREST OF CHERRY BLOSSOMS, WE ARE GREETED BY AN ‘ENVIRONMENT FILLED WITH “ANTICIPATION” FOR A LIVING COMFORT.’ THERE, NOTHING CAN BE FOUND THAT SUGGESTS A ‘SETUP’ OF A ‘HOUSE‘. THE PLACE IS A PURE ‘LIVING ENVIRONMENT’ AND IS NEITHER A SYMBOL CALLED ‘HOUSE’ NOR A ‘RESIDENTIAL AREA.’ A BRIGHT DEPTH, BEYOND THE REACH OF URBANISM, IS BORN IN TOKYO. (TRANSLATION COURTESY OF GA HOUSES 99 A.D.A.EDITA TOKYO) MASAHIRO HARADA * MIES VAN DER ROHE : FARNSWORTH HOUSE PHILIP JOHNSON : JOHNSON HOUSE


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MUSEUM OF NATURE IS NEXT STEP IN CONTINUUM OF IMAGINATIVE NATURE RESTORING PROJECT, WHICH STARTED YEAR 2000 AS RESTORATION EXHIBITION. RESTORATION SERIES WAS ABOUT RESTORING SINGLE NATURE OBJECTS IN MEANS OF TECHNOLOGY AND BUILDING SKILLS. MUSEUM PROJECT TAKES ONE STEP FURTHER. I MAKE PLANS AND CONSTRUCT VISUALLY BUILDINGS, WHICH PROTECT NATURE FROM TREATHS OF POLLUTION AND WHAT IS MORE IMPORTANT FROM ACTIONS OF MAN HIMSELF. I VISUALIZE SHELTERS, MASSIVE BUILDINGS WHERE BIG ECOSYSTEMS COULD BE STORED AS AT PRESENT. THESE MASSIVE BUILDING PROTECT FORESTS, LAKES AND RIVERS FROM POLLUTION AND WHAT IS MORE IMPORTANT FROM ACTIONS OF MAN HIMSELF. AT THE SAME TIME I STUDY DIFFERENT ASPECTS OF MANS RELATION TO NATURE AS RARE UNIQUE ENDANGERED PLACE. WHILE PUTTING NATURE INTO A MUSEUM YOU HAVE TO TAKE UNDER CONSIDERATION ASPECT OF AUDIENCE/ CONSUMER. NATURE BECOMES JOYRIDE FOR TURISTS OR BEAUTYFULL LANDSCAPE TURNS INTO A MEDITATIVE THEATRE SHOW. PROJECT IS BASED ON PESSIMISTIC VISION OF WHAT IS HAPPENING ON EARTH. I AM LOOKING INTO FUTURE AND I AM NOT VERY HAPPY ABOUT THAT. I AM CONSIDERING THESE PICTURES MORE AS VISUAL PAMPHLETS THAN ESTETICAL IMAGES. DIGITAL PROCESS IS CONSTANTLY PRESENT IN THE WORKS. I AM COMBINING FREELY PHOTOGRAPHS OF LANDSCAPES AND COMPUTER GENERETED 3D-MODELS. WORKS ARE VISUALIZED BUILDING PLANS, PLANS I RATHER NOT WANT TO SEE REALIZED.

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JAANA REINIKAINEN IS A TEXTILE DESIGNER FROM FINLAND BUT SHE LIVES AND WORKS IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE NEAR THE MEDITERRANEAN (MONTPELLIER). HER HOME CITY IS TAMPERE, WHICH USED TO BE THE CENTRE OF THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY IN FINLAND – SO IT’S NO WONDER THAT SHE HAS BEEN INTERESTED IN TEXTILES SINCE HER CHILDHOOD! JAANA HAS STUDIED TEXTILE DESIGN IN FINLAND, SWEDEN AND FRANCE IN ORDER TO EXPERIENCE INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION AND A VIEW OF THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY IN EUROPE. NOWADAYS JAANA DESIGNS FABRICS, TEXTILE PRODUCTS, AS WELL AS FASHION FABRICS AS INTERIOR TEXTILES AND SHE WORKS AS A FREELANCE DESIGNER. SHE HAS WORKED WITH MANY EUROPEAN COMPANIES SUCH AS MISSONI, FIORUCCI, FINLAYSON, IKEA, LOUIS FERAUD AND GALERIES LAFAYETTE. HER STYLE IS QUITE SCANDINAVIAN; HER DESIGNS ARE SIMPLIFIED AND CLEAN, OFTEN QUITE COLOURFUL WITH A TOUCH OF PURE WHITE. SHE HAS BECOME RENOWNED FOR HER TEXTILES FOR CHILDREN. JAANA HAS RECEIVED MANY PROFESSIONAL AWARDS AND PRIZES, FOR INSTANCE IN 1999 “HABITARE PRIZE” IN HELSINKI, FINLAND. SHE HAS TAKEN PART IN SEVERAL DESIGN COMPETITIONS AND EXHIBITIONS, AS WELL AS MANY INTERIOR & FURNITURE TRADE FAIRS. SHE WORKS ALSO AS A FREELANCE JOURNALIST FOR FINNISH FASHION AND TEXTILE MAGAZINES, IN ORDER TO ANALYZE NEW TRENDS AND LIFESTYLE ATTITUDES. SHE HAS TAUGHT TEXTILE DESIGN IN FRANCE, FINLAND, TAIWAN AND HONGKONG. INTERNATONAL TEXTILE DESIGNER JAANA REINIKAINEN TEL. +33 61864 1678 JAANA.REINIKAINEN@CLUB-INTERNET.FR


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ROB WHITE IS AN EXPERIENCED AND SKILLED PRINTMAKER HAVING WORKED IN MANY DIFFERENT PRINTMAKING DISCIPLINES SUCH AS ETCHING, DRYPOINT, PHOTO ETCHING, SILKSCREEN AND DIGITAL PRINTING. CURRENTLY, ROB IS A PRINTER AT THUMBPRINT EDITIONS LIMITED IN LONDON. THUMBPRINT IS ONE OF BRITAIN’S LEADING FINE ART PRINTMAKING STUDIOS. HAVING MADE ETCHINGS AND WOODCUTS WITH SOME OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ARTISTS OF OUR TIME, INCLUDING DAMIEN HIRST, TRACEY EMIN, JAKE AND DINOS CHAPMAN, ANTHONY GORMLEY AND ANISH KAPOOR. FOUNDED BY MASTER PRINTER PETE KOSOWICZ, FORMERLY OF THE HOPE (SUFFERANCE) PRESS, THE COMPANY CONTINUES TO PRODUCE INNOVATIVE AND EXCITING PRINTS BY ARTISTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD. CONTACT ROB: RWHITES30@HOTAIL.COM

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WEBSITE: www.damelioterras.com CHRIS OFILI „AFRO MARGIN“

DATE: 2009.09.10 - 2009.10.24 PLACE: DAVID ZWIRNER GALLERY, 525 WEST 19TH STREET

WEBSITE: www.davidzwirner.com RICHARD WOODS „SUPER TUDOR FACADE“ PLACE: DEITCH PROJECTS, 76 GRAND STREET

WEBSITE: www.deitch.com REE MORTON „AT THE STILL POINT OF THE TURNING WORLD“ DATE: 2009.09.18 - 2009.12.18 PLACE: THE DRAWING CENTER, 35 WOOSTER STREET

WEBSITE: www.drawingcenter.org DAMIÁN ORTEGA „CAPITAL LESS“ DATE: 2009.09.17 - 2009.10.31 PLACE: GLADSTONE GALLERY, 530 WEST 21 STREET

WEBSITE: www.gladstonegallery.com JEFF WALL

DATE: 2009.09.22 - 2009.10.30 PLACE: MARIAN GOODMAN GALLERY, 24 WEST 57TH STREET

WEBSITE: www.mariangoodman.com DAN GRAHAM „BEYOND“

DATE: 2009.06.25 - 2009.10.11 PLACE: WHITNEY MUSEUM OF AMERICAN ART, 945 MADISON AVENUE AT 75TH STREET

WEBSITE: www.whitney.org

DINING D.O.C.

D.O.C. IS ONE OF MY FAVOURITE SPOTS THIS SUMMER. ESPECIALLY THE TIRAMISU! YOU CAN´T GO HOME WITHOUT HAVING ONE. BUT BEFORE HAVING THAT I RECOMMEND THEIR SPECIALS...YOU WILL NEVER GO WRONG WITH THE RED OR WHITE WINE THEY HAVE CHOSEN FOR THE DAY! THE DISHES ARE SARDINIAN AND IN A HOME MADE QUALITY THAT YOUR ITALIAN GRANDMOTHER WON´T PREPARE THEM! THE MOSTLY ITALIAN CROWD IS HUGGING AND CHAIN TOASTING ALL NIGHT LONG AND YOU WILL RELAX AND FEEL TRANSFERED TO EUROPE FOR AN EVENING AND FORGET THE CITIES STRESS IN A SECOND. PERFECT FOR A ROMANTIC DATE, FOR A CHILL OUT EVENING, FOR A LONG TALK WITH YOUR MOTHER OR THE HEARTBROKEN GIRLFRIEND YOU WANT TO CHEER UP WITH SOME SWEET – TIRAMISU WILL RESTORE HER FAITH IN LOVE AGAIN!

WEBSITE: www.docwinebar.com

SWIMMING DUMPSTER DIVING JUST GOT ANOTHER MEANING. A GROUP OF FRIENDS FORMED THE COMPANY MACRO-SEA AND SET UP THEIR URBAN DUMPSTER SWIMMING POOLS IN BROOKLYN. TO MAKE IT A POOL, THEY SEALED THE SEAMS, ADDED A LINER, FILLED THE BOTTOM WITH SAND, ROUNDED DOWN THE INTERIOR EDGES, ADDED A FILTER, THOUSANDS OF GALLONS OF WATER. ALL THAT WAS LEFT WAS A DISCREET INVITE TO A FEW DOZEN PEOPLE. THE EXCLUSIVITY OF THIS DIVING EXPERIENCE WAS SHORTLY CHANGED BY LOCAL PAPERS, WHICH ANNOUNCED THE LOCATION KNOWING PEOPLE THIRSTY FOR WATER. (THE CORNER OF CARROLL AND BOND STREET, JUST A BLOCK FROM THE GOWANUS CANAL) WE MIGHT ALL ASK OURSELF WHY NOT TO HAVE A DUMPSTER POOL ON EACH BLOCK IN THE CITY. STOP BREAKING FIREPLUGS, START DUMPSTER SWIMMING.

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THE FOLLOW-UP TO LAST YEAR’S ‘LONDON THROUGH A LENS’ EXHIBITION TURNS ITS FOCUS ON CAPITAL DWELLERS FAMOUS AND ANONYMOUS, FROM THE SEX PISTOLS AND MARY QUANT TO MARKET TRADERS AND RAT CATCHERS, IN ADVANCE OF THE PUBLICATION OF A NEW TIME OUT BOOK TO BE PUBLISHED ON SEPTEMBER 3. THE IMAGES IN THE EXHIBITION, DATING FROM 1900 TO 1990, ARE ALL FROM THE GETTY IMAGES HULTON ARCHIVE. DATE: UNTIL 2009.09.12 PLACE: GETTY IMAGES GALLERY, 46 EASTCASTLE ST, LONDON, W1W 8DX

WEBSITE: www.gettyimagesgallery.com FREE ENTRY

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ANNUAL SUMMER OPENING OF THE 19 STATE ROOMS, WHICH INCLUDES A 450-METRE WALK ALONG THE WEST SIDE OF THE PALACE GARDEN, OFFERING VIEWS OF THE GARDEN, PALACE AND LAKE. THIS YEAR’S SPECIAL EXHIBITION IS ‘QUEEN AND COMMONWEALTH: THE ROYAL TOUR’, A SELECTION OF DRESSES, JEWELS, PHOTOGRAPHS AND GIFTS PRESENTED TO THE QUEEN BY PEOPLE OF THE COMMONWEALTH SINCE THE LONDON DECLARATION OF 1949, WHICH RECOGNISED THE BRITISH SOVEREIGN AS THE HEAD OF THE COMMONWEALTH. DATE: UNTIL 2009.09.30 PLACE: BUCKINGHAM PALACE, BUCKINGHAM PALACE RD, LONDON, SW1A 1AA

WEBSITE: www.royalcollection.org.uk ROGER HIORNS – SEIZURE

RE-OPENING OF HIORNS JERWOOD/ARTANGEL COMMISSION TO TRANSFORM A FORMER COUNCIL FLAT INTO A SPARKLING BLUE ENVIRONMENT OF COPPER SULPHATE CRYSTALS -WHICHHAS EARNED HIM A TURNER PRIZE NOMINATION. DATE: 2009.10.18 PLACE: ARTANGEL AT HARPER ROAD, 151-189 HARPER RD, LONDON, SE1 6AE FREE ENTRY

MUSIC BEST OF NEW BRITISH MUSIC FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE

MUSICALLY FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE’S SOUND IS GENERALLY REFERRED TO AS SOUL INSPIRED INDIE. FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE’S MUSIC HAS RECEIVED PRAISE ACROSS THE BRITISH MUSIC MEDIA, ESPECIALLY FROM THE BBC WHO HAVE PLAYED A LARGE PART IN FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE’S RISE TO PROMINENCE BY BRINGING THEM INTO THE SPOTLIGHT AS PART OF BBC INTRODUCING. THIS HAS LED TO HER PLAYING GLASTONBURY AS WELL AS READING AND LEEDS FESTIVALS AND T IN THE PARK. DATE: 2009.09.27-29 PLACE: SHEPHERDS BUSH EMPIRE, LONDON WEBSITE: www.o2shepherdsbushempire.co.uk

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BAT FOR LASHES

DATE: 2009.10.05 PLACE: THE ROUNDHOUSE, CAMDEN, LONDON WEBSITE: www.roundhouse.org.uk

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JAMIE T, IS A 23-YEAR-OLD ENGLISH SINGER/SONGWRITER FROM WIMBLEDON, SOUTH LONDON. BUT RELEASED HIS BETTY AND THE SELFISH SONS EP ON HIS OWN PACEMAKER RECORDS LABEL. HIS BACKING BAND ARE CALLED THE PACEMAKERS AND HE HAS LATELY BEEN TOURING, ADVERTISING AND RELEASING MATERIAL AS “JAMIE T AND THE PACEMAKERS”. HE HAS ALSO BEEN NICKNAMED “ONE MAN ARCTIC MONKEY” DATE: 2009.10.15 PLACE: BRIXTON ACADEMY, BRIXTON, LONDON WEBSITE: www.o2academybrixton.co.uk


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THE CONTEMPORARY CULTURE CENTRE OF BARCELONA (CCCB) AND SANT JORDI CLUB HOST THE HIPNOTIK HIP-HOP FESTIVAL. THE PROGRAMME OF CONCERTS AND WORKSHOPS INCLUDES MUSIC AND OTHER STREET ART FORMS, SUCH AS BREAKDANCE AND GRAFFITI. DATE: 2009.09.11-13 PLACE: CONTEMPORARY CULTURE CENTRE OF BARCELONA

WEBSITE: www.hipnotikfestival.com CATALAN WINE AND CAVA SHOW

CATALONIAN VINTNERS EXHIBIT THEIR FINEST CAVAS AND WINES AT THE CATALAN WINE AND CAVA SHOW, HELD AROUND THE MOLL DE BOSCH I ALSINA AREA OF BARCELONA’S OLD PORT. DATE: 2009.09.24-27 PLACE: MOLL DE BOSCH I ALSINA

THE MAGIC FOUNTAIN OF MONTJUÏC

THE MAGIC FOUNTAIN OF MONTJUÏC FIRST SPOUTED IN 1929 DURING THE GREAT UNIVERSAL EXHIBITION AND CONTINUES TO DELIGHT BARCELONA’S VISITORS TODAY. THE FOUNTAIN’S COLOURFULLY ILLUMINATED JETS DANCE TO MUSICAL ACCOMPANIMENT. DATE: 2009.05.01 - 2009.09.30 THU, FRI, SAT, AND SUN ONLY (VARIOUS DATES) PLACE: MONTJUÏC OPENING HOURS: OCT-APR: FRI & SAT 19:00-21:00 ; MAY-SEP: THU-SUN 20:00-12:00

WEBSITE: www.bcn.es/fonts DIALOGUES, PART ONE

BARCELONA’S SUÑOL FOUNDATION (FUNDACIÓ SUÑOL) PRESENTS THE EXHIBITION DIALOGUES: PART ONE (COL�LOQUIS: PRIMERA PART). THE 24 WORKS BY MOSTLY SPANISH ARTISTS ARE POSITIONED IN PAIRS TO COMPARE THEIR SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES ON PRESENTING THE SAME SUBJECT MATTER. FOR EXAMPLE, ALEXANDER CALDER AND JOAN MIRÓ ARE PAIRED TOGETHER; AS ARE SALVADOR DALÍ AND JOAN PONÇ; AND ALSO JULI GONZÁLEZ AND ANTHONY CARO. DATE: 2009.03.18 - 2009.10.03 (NOT SUN) PLACE: SUÑOL FOUNDATION OPENING HOURS: MON-SAT 16:00-20:00

MUSIC COLDPLAY

DATE: 2009.09.04 PLACE: ESTADIO OLÍMPICO DE LLUÍS COMPANYS OPENING HOUR: 20:15

WEBSITE: www.coldplay.com LEONARD COHEN DATE: 2009.09.21 PLACE: PALAU SANT JORDI OPENING HOUR: 21:30

WEBSITE: www.leonardcohen.com BAM FESTIVAL

THE BAM FESTIVAL (BARCELONA ACCIÒ MUSICAL) OF MUSIC IS AN IMPORTANT PART OF THE CITY’S LIVELY MERCÉ CELEBRATIONS. A MIXED PROGRAMME OF EUROPEAN BANDS AND DANCE ACTS PERFORM AT MOSTLY OUTDOOR LOCATIONS THROUGHOUT THE CATALAN CAPITAL. DATE: 2009.09.23-26 PLACE: BARCELONA

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ARTS SKY AQUARIUM SKY AQUARIUM, LAUNCHED IN 2007, HAS BECOME A SIGNATURE SUMMER EVENT IN THE METROPOLIS OF TOKYO. THE ATTRACTIVE AQUARIUMS WITH COLORFUL LIGHTING ARE BROUGHT INTO THE GREAT OBSERVATION DECK (52F, 250M ABOVE SEA-LEVEL) AT THE CENTER OF SKYSCRAPERS. THIS YEAR, ESPECIALLY, THERE ARE 6 INDIVIDUAL AQUARIUMS: CARIBBEAN BLUE HALL IN THE SKY, AQUARIUM ART GALLERY, JELLY FISH FANTASIA, JAPONISM IN AQUA GALLERY, FISH KALEIDOSCOPE, AND PRISMATIC EXPERIENCE. CAN YOU IMAGINE THE INDESCRIBABLE FANTASTIC VIEW OF FISHES SWIMMING IN THE SKY AND THE TWINKLE SEA WITH CITY LIGHTS?? DATE: 2009.07. 17 - 2009.10. 04 PLACE: ROPPONGI HILLS OPENING HOURS: 11:00 - 24:00 (ENTRANCE UNTIL 23) ADMISSION: ADULTS ¥2,000 / STUDENTS ¥1500 / CHILDREN ¥700

WEBSITE: www.roppongihills.com/jp/events/tcv_skyaquarium.html TOKIO FIBER ´09 SENSEWARE THIS EXHIBITION WAS ORIGINALLY HELD AT TRIENNALE MUSEUM IN MILAN IN APRIL 2009 AND WON THE GREAT SUCCESS. JAPAN’S ARTIFICIAL FIBERS ARE NEW SENSEWARE. WHAT SORT OF CREATIVITY WILL ARTIFICIAL FIBERS EVOLVED OF HIGH TECHNOLOGY MOTIVATE HUMAN BEGINS TO SEEK? THIS EXHIBITION ATTEMPTS TO VISUALIZE SPHERES WHICH THE NEW SENSEWARE BECKONS US TO EXPLORE. SO MANY POSSIBILITIES ARE CONVENDED- ARCHITECTS, DESIGNERS ENGAGED IN VARIOUS FIELDS, AUTOMOBILE AND HIGH-TECH APPLIANCE MANUFACTURES, MEDIA ARTISTS, AND A PLANT ARTIST. THEY ARE AIMING TO TRANSCEND “MONOZUKURI = A JAPANESE SPIRIT OF CREATING PRODUCTS TO A PLACE WHERE TECHNOLOGY, MATERIAL AND ABILITY INTERSECT. WE ARE OBVIOUSLY ABLE TO TOUCH A TANGIBLE FUTURE HERE, IN THE MIDST OF THIS AWAKING SENSIBILITY. DATE: 2009.09.18-27 PLACE: 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT in Tokyo Midtown OPENING HOURS: 11:00 - 20:00 (ENTRANCE UNTIL 19:30) ADMISSION: FREE

WEBSITE: www.2121designsight.jp/schedule/senseware

MUSIC TOKYO JAZZ DEFINITELY IT’S THE BIGGEST JAZZ FESTIVAL IN JAPAN! THIS YEAR’S LINEUP IS AS FOLLOWS: SYMPHONY MEETS JAZZ- NHK SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, TOKYO (SPECIAL GUEST: ELDAR) DATCH JAZZ EZPERIENCE- WOUTER HAMEL AKIKO YANO \’81\’7E HITOMI AKIRA JIMBO FEATURING ABRAHAM LABORIEL, OTMARO RUIZ, AND LEE RETANOUR JOHN SCOFIELD AND THE PIETY STREET BAND TOKYO SKA PARADISE ORCHESTRA GEORGE CLINTON & PERLIAMENT / FUNKADELIC MELODY GARDOT HITOMI L’IMAGE MCCOY TYNER TRIO WITH JOHN SCOFIELD INTRODUCING CHINA MOSES MANHATTAN JAZZ QUINTET NOBUO HARA AND HIS SHARPS &FLATS JUNKO ONISHI TRIO FEATURING YOSUKE INOUE AND GENE JACKSON LOU DONALDSON BLUE NOTE RECORDS 70TH ANNIVERSARY SUPER JAM DATE: 2009.09.04-06 PLACE: TOKYO INTERNATIONAL FORUM HALL ADMISSION: ¥18,000 (ONE DAY PASS)

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