Go-Betweens, Mori Art Museum, Japan, 31 May - 31 Aug

Go-Betweens: The World Seen through Children

ゴー・ビトウィーンズ:子供を通してみる世界

비트윈즈: 아이들을 통하여 바라보는 세계

 

Exhibition Period: May 31 - August 31 2014

Venue: Mori Art Museum (53F Ropponngi Hills Mori Tower)

Curated by: Araki Natsumi (Curator, Mori Art Museum)

Exhibition Touring Schedule:

Nagoya City Museum: November 8 - December 23  2014
Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum: January 16 -  March 15 2015
The Museum of Art, Kochi: April 5 - June 7 2015

Web: www.mori.art.museum


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"Go-Betweens: The World Seen through Children" Installation view: Mori Art Museum 2014/5/31-8/31

Photo: Sakano Takaya 阪野貴也
Photo Courtesy: Mori Art Museum, Tokyo 森美術館

KIM insook Installation View <SAIESEO><sweet hours>: click!




Talk Session: KIM insook, KIKUCHI Tomoko(Artist), Natsum Araki(Curator)


The Present and Future of Children Who Live in the Midst of a Changing World

変化する世界の只中に生きる子どもたちの今と未来「はざまを生きる子どもたち」

변하는 세상에서 사는 아이들의 현재와 미래 "사이를 사는 아이들"

Date & Time: June 1  2014, 14:00-16:30 


"Children That Live In-Between"

Kikuchi Tomoko, a Beijing-based photographer whose work incorporates a journalistic perspective, talks about the plight of young people in Chinese society, which is currently undergoing remarkable development, with reference to her work Lost Boundaries. Kim Insook, who makes artwork on the themes of diversity and universality while traveling back and forth between South Korea and Japan as a third generation Zainichi Koreans (Koreans residing in Japan), explores her own identity as a Zainichi Korean living "between" cultures.

北京拠点にジャナリスティックな視点れた作品発表している菊地智子氏が、出品作品迷境》の少女手掛かりに、ましい発展げる国社会における若者ります。在日コリアン3として現在日韓しながら様性普遍性をテマに作品制作ける金仁淑(キムインスク)が、自身"はざま"一個人として在日コリアンのアイデンティティにせまります