Words from TURN

The sharing of time

The aim of TURN is not to introduce Japanese traditions, nor is it to present on-site care methods of welfare facilities and hospitals.
I knew in Rio we had to properly demonstrate that the project was a so-called art program.
And looking back on the journals and comments of the artists, the most important thing for us was not the creation of things but the sharing of time. In demonstrating that, and looking back over the shared time, I can say that TURN’s significance lies in the mutual exchange of time.
  • Katsuhiko Hibino (Supervisor of TURN)
  • from interview excerpt
  • September, 2016

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