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TURN FES 4

2018.8.17 - 8.19

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Pijoppijoppi (Ordinary-extraordinary)

TURN Fes 4 will be held over three days from Friday, August 17 — Sunday, August 19, 2018 at Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum in Ueno. The theme of this the fourth TURN Fes is “Pijoppijoppi (Ordinary extraordinary),” a word coined by TURN supervisor Katsuhiko Hibino. This event teaches participants about the “differences” generated by encounters with each person’s differing experience of “ordinary,” and creates a framework for people to enjoy these differences.

As well as the artists, facilities and communities taking part in the TURN project, an array of guests who responded to our call will bring the festival alive with exhibitions, performances,workshops, talks and tours.

Think about what it’s like,
if experience and knowledge are sometimes obstacles.

Even if I and other people face the same thing,
My experience is not the same as their experience.

My ordinary is your extraordinary. Your ordinary is my extraordinary.
What’s ordinary-extraordinary is that these are always found together.

Katsuhiko Hibino


Period

Friday, August 17 2018, 9:30 – 21:00
Saturday, August 18 2018, 9:30 – 17:30
Sunday, August 19 2018, 9:30 – 17:30
*Last admission 30 minutes before closing

Venues

LBF Citizen’s Gallery 1 and 2, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
(8-36 Ueno-Park Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-0007)

Organized by

Tokyo Metropolitan Government, Arts Council Tokyo / Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture), the nonprofit organization Art's Embrace, Tokyo University of the Arts

Admission Free
*sign language and speech-to-text support available

Program

We have planned a diverse program that includes tours, talks and workshops. Feel free to come along!

Exhibitions / Workshops

-Exhibition of works by Katsuhiko Hibino from his short-stay welfare facility placement
-Ichirota Suzuki on “Support, Art, and the Individual” with reference to transference/countertransference
-Fukuroda Hospital’s psychiatric care and art initiatives
-Welfare facility initiative TURN LAND at Mizunoki Museum of Art
-Tengyo Kura’s encounters with welfare facilities in Africa
-Katsuya Ise’s “Symbiotic Studio”
-Alejandra Mizrahi and Henry Ortiz Tapia TURN in Tokyo
-Appreciating Asao Tokolo’s design
-Daisuke Nagaoka and Daizo Yamasaki’s bamboo Spherical House
-Tohru Nakazaki’s Kopperland made of wood ends
Human Sushi by Satsuki Imai
-Music workshop with Manami Kakudo
-Song by Emi Tomizuka, Marie, Asuka Shimada: Pijoppijoppiaah
-Kentaro Onishi and Ryuichi Ono’s triumphant Ecuador performance
-Kaiji Moriyama dances, Ryohei Tomita shoots video at facility interaction
-Artist Naoko Tamura will tell us about the world of French psychiatric hospital, La Borde.
-Workshop on infants with Daisuke Yamashiro
-Poems by Kanayo Ueda on the charm of a welfare facility
-Yasuaki Igarashi’s journey
-ORIKATA with Tomoko Iwata

and more

Talks

Friday, August 17

10:45-11:45

Opening talk
Katsuhiko Hibino (TURN Supervisor)
Tsukasa Mori (TURN Project Director)
Ichirota Suzuki (Director, Large, Small & Ref.)
Hosted by Riko Okuyama (TURN Coordinator)

12:00-13:30

Towards the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)
: Thinking about the community of the future

Shuko Ebihara (kuriya, General Incorporated Association)
Emiko Sakai (PR division, Starbucks Coffee Japan)
Hosted by Tsukasa Mori

14:00-15:30

When differences meet: The affinity between artists and medical treatment/educational environments
Tomoko Matsumoto (Principal, Hamamatsu City Nearai Gakuen)
Junichi Kawaguchi (Occupational therapist/Head of Rehabilitation Dept., Yuki Hospital)
Yusuke Kataoka (Musician)
Hosted by Ichirota Suzuki

15:30-16:15

The Interactive Program in Japan and overseas ① What I gained from my experiences in Argentina
Alejandra Mizrahi (Artist)

16:15-17:00

The Interactive Program in Japan and overseas ② What I gained from my experiences in Peru
Henry Ortiz Tapia (Artist)

17:00-17:30

Thinking about TURN in Japan: What we gained from participation in TURN in BIENALSUR
Katsuhiko Hibino, Yasuaki Igarashi (Artist), Tomoko Iwata (Artist), Daisuke Nagaoka (Artist)

Saturday, August 18

10:30-11:30

Chat: An art center concept inspired by immigration
Mari Ishiwata (Artist/Director, Yama Yama Art Center)
Interviewed by Riko Okuyama (TURN Coordinator)

13:00-14:30

On the streets: Presenting the community with practices from the front lines of education
Miho Miyashita (Executive Director, NPO Artfull Action)
Ichirota Suzuki (Director, Large, Small & Ref.)

15:30-17:00 

Between support and creative expression
Wataru Asada (Cultural activist/ artist/ writer)
Ichirota Suzuki

Sunday, August 19

10:30-12:00

Art initiatives by psychiatric hospitals
Kouo Uehara (Contemporary artist)
Keiko Watanabe (Occupational therapist, Fukuroda Hospital)
Naoko Tamura (Photographer)
Interviewed by Tsukasa Mori (TURN Project Director)

13:30-15:00

Mental health care workers and community designers speak out "Community, welfare and art projects"
Ryo Yamazaki (CEO, studio-L/ Community Designer/ Certified Social Worker)
Katsunori Shinzawa (Director, Harmony)
Interviewed by Ichirota Suzuki (Director, Large, Small & Ref.)

15:45-17:15

Closing talk: Towards tomorrow
Katsuhiko Hibino (TURN Supervisor)
Kei Wakabayashi (Founder of blkswn publishers/ Editor/ writer)
Interviewed by Tsukasa Mori

Tours

Friday, August 17

10:00-10:45

Pijoppijoppi (Ordinary-extraordinary) Opening Tour
Hosted by Katsuhiko Hibino (TURN Supervisor)

11:00-12:00

Multi-lingual Vlog Tour*
Hosted by kuriya (General Incorporated Association) +youth

13:00-13:45

TURN Fes 4 Gallery Guide
Hosted by Riko Okuyama (TURN Coordinator)

14:30-15:15

Wheelchair Tour
Hosted by Yuta Itani (Musician)

14:30-17:00

Multi-cultural Rubik Cube Tour*
Hosted by kuriya (General Incorporated Association) +youth

16:00-16:45

Sister Tour
Hosted by Rika Takahashi (graduate student)

17:30-18:30

Tour on "listening"
Hosted by Eri Ishikawa (General Secretariat, NPO Theatre Accessibility network)

Saturday, August 18

11:00-12:00

Multi-lingual Vlog Tour*
Hosted by kuriya (General Incorporated Association) +youth

11:30-12:00

RAKUDA STUDIO Filming Tour
Hosted by Hiroshi Tamura (RAKUDA STUDIO)

12:15-13:00

Sister Tour
Hosted by Rika Takahashi (graduate student)

14:00-15:00

Tour on "seeing"
Hosted by Megumi Mizuki (Actress), Daisuke Suzuki

14:30-17:00

Multi-cultural Rubik Cube Tour*
Hosted by kuriya (General Incorporated Association) +youth

15:00-15:45

TURN Walk
Hosted by Art communicators "Tobira"

16:00-16:45

TURN Fes 4 Gallery Guide
Hosted by Riko Okuyama (TURN Coordinator)

Sunday, August 19

10:00-10:45

TURN Fes 4 Gallery Guide
Hosted by Riko Okuyama (TURN Coordinator)

11:00-12:00

Multi-lingual Vlog Tour*
Hosted by kuriya (General Incorporated Association) +youth

11:15-12:00

TURN Walk
Hosted by Art communicators "Tobira"

12:00-13:00

Tour on "listening"
Hosted by Eri Ishikawa (General Secretariat, NPO Theatre Accessibility network)

13:00-13:45

"YUKAI" TURN Fes tour with Kyosaren members
Hosted by Masanori Ikeda (photographer), Kazue Kawase (photographer)
Hideaki Kurosawa (Staff member, Kyosaren Recycled Bottle Washing Center, Hidehito Yamazaki (Kyosaren Recycled Bottle Washing Center memeber)

14:00-14:45

Sister Tour
Hosted by Rika Takahashi (graduate student)

14:30-17:00

Multi-cultural Rubik Cube Tour*
Hosted by kuriya (General Incorporated Association) +youth

* This tour will be conducted in English and simple Japanese. Please bring your smartphones, as we'll use them during the tour.
The tour must be reserved in advance for Friday 17 and Saturday 18. If you would like to join, please send an email to contact@kuriya.co and include your name, age, affiliation, the number of participants and your contact number.


Stage

Friday, August 17

18:30-20:30

Special Live Performance
Performers: Kentaro Onishi, Manami Kakudo/ Ako Hibi/ Mari Kanai, DJ Yuta&Yuichi, Emi Tomizuka/ Marie/ Asuka Shimada

Saturday, August 18

10:00-11:00

Emi Tomizuka "Guranguran exercise"

13:30-14:30

Kentaro Onishi "Azabiro of La Tola in Tokyo"

15:00-16:00

Emi Tomizuka/ Marie/ Asuka Shimada × Yumi Okubo

Sunday, August 19

10:30-11:30

Kentaro Onishi "O-dance"

15:00-15:30

Emi Tomizuka/ Marie/ Asuka Shimada × SOKERISSA × Kentaro Onishi

Theater

Nise: The Heart of Madness Directed by Roberto Berliner
Kaiji Moriyama × Atelier La Mano Filmed by Ryohei Tomita
Kaiji Moriyama × Cocoromi Gakuen Filmed by Ryohei Tomita
La foret de Sologne Produced by Naoko Tamura, music by Tomo Yamaguchi
VOICE Photos and Music Produced by Naoko Tamura, music by Osamu Saruyama, Ultra Living
KOMONE 1/TURN Directed by Hiroshi Tamura (RAKUDA STUDIO)
Bruises of Light (Shure University video work) Directed by Masatoshi Toyo
The Pauper who became a Prince (Shure University video work)  Directed by Nanako Yamamoto
Winter Fire (Shure University video work) Directed by Sadafuyu Takahashi
Beate Sirota Gordon (Shure University video work) Directed by Masatoshi Toyo
Things born out of “Romeo and Juliet”‒2017 Produced by Jiyu Gekijo (Freedom Theatre) with the cooperation of Bird Theatre Company
La Moindre des choses Directed by Nicolas Philibert
The Sparke of fragments Directed by Shinji Takahashi

*Most of the programs will be conducted in Japanese.
*Performers and program may be subject to change without notice.