Event, Exhibition, Project

Photos and press coverage: ‘Kyojitsu-Hiniku: Between the Skin and the Flesh of Japan’

Contemporary art exhibition for 110 Years of Japanese Immigration in Brazil
Kyojitsu-Hiniku: Between the Skin and the Flesh of Japan

7 – 23 September 2018
Pavilhão Japonês, Parque Ibirapuera, São Paulo, Brazil

Juliana Kase | Takanori Suga | Detanico Lain | Satoshi Hashimoto | Hikaru Fujii

COOPERATION:
– Brazilian Society of Japanese Culture and Social Services (BUNKYO)

SUPPORT:
– 110 Years of Japanese Immigration in Brazil;
– Consulate General of Japan in Sao Paulo;
– The Japan Foundation, São Paulo.

RELATED PUBLIC EVENTS:
– 9 September (Sun) 3pm: Event by Satoshi Hashimoto
– 15 September (Sat) 2pm: Dance Performance by Danilo Silveira
– 15 September (Sat) 3-5pm: Artist Talk by Juliana Kase
– 22 September (Sat) 2pm: Dance + Sound Performance by Beatriz Sano and They-Group
– 22 September (Sat) 3-5pm: Artist Talk by Takanori Suga
– 23 September (Sun) 4pm: Sound-visual performance by Rodrigo Amor Experimental and Evandro Nicolau

Installation shots:

Installation view of the exhibition ‘Kyojitsu-Hiniku: Between the Skin and the Flesh of Japan’ at Pavilhão Japonês, Ibirapuera Park in São Paulo. Installation shot: Fernando Lima.

Installation view of the exhibition ‘Kyojitsu-Hiniku: Between the Skin and the Flesh of Japan’ at Pavilhão Japonês, Ibirapuera Park in São Paulo. Installation shot: Fernando Lima.

Installation view of the exhibition ‘Kyojitsu-Hiniku: Between the Skin and the Flesh of Japan’ at Pavilhão Japonês, Ibirapuera Park in São Paulo.

Detanico Lain ‘ONDA’ 2010, salt, 193 x 400 cm. Collection: Fundação Leal Rios, Lisbon.

Detanico Lain ‘ONDA’ [detail], 2010, salt, 193 x 400 cm. Collection: Fundação Leal Rios, Lisbon.

Hikaru Fujii ‘Playing Japanese’ 2017, video installation (42’21”). Installation shot: Fernando Lima.

Takanori Suga ‘Monster’ 2018, paint on Noh mask, H21 x W14 x D7.5cm.

Takanori Suga ‘Monster’ 2018, paint on Noh mask, H21 x W14 x D7.5cm.

[from right to left]

 Installation shot: Fernando Lima.
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Felix Gonzalez-Torres, Untitled (Perfect Lovers), 1991, clocks

Satoshi Hashimoto, Untitled (Rio/ Tokyo), 2016, clocks
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Satoshi Hashimoto, RIO + TOKYO = ECLIPSE, 2016, print on paper
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Satoshi Hashimoto, Eclipse Observation, 2017, iron pipe
Please look through the hole.

Satoshi Hashimoto ‘Wooden Board and Reference: Hide One Person’ 2018, Wooden board, photograph print on tracing paper. Performer: Renato Felix. Installation shot: Fernando Lima.

Satoshi Hashimoto ‘Log and Reference: Raft (Refugee)’ 2018, log, photograph print on tracing paper. Installation shot: Fernando Lima.

Satoshi Hashimoto ‘Stone and Reference: Stone Throwing’ 2018, stone, photograph print on paper. Installation shot: Fernando Lima.

Installation view of the collaborative installation between Satoshi Hashimoto and Juliana Kase. Installation shot: Fernando Lima.

Juliana Kase ‘João Mendes Citycouncil & Us [Future]’ 2017-ongoing, offset print on paper and collage, 47.5 x 66.6 cm. Installation shot: Fernando Lima.

Juliana Kase ‘mortemetro’ 2018. Video aprox.9min. Áudio aprox.15min. Installation shot: Juliana Kase
Filmed and recorded between 2016 – 2018, between Japan and Brazil by Juliana Kase.
Edited by Henrique Cartaxo. Images made with Mitsue Sakurai; Maria Thereza Tonus; Yuki Hori; HinanoYamada; Himawari Kudo; Helio Bartsch; Cadós Sanchez; João Batista.
Audio: Katte kuru zo, Hotaru no Hikari, and Yuki ya konko by Sakurai Mitsue; Death by Maria Thereza Tonus.
Thanks to: Margareth Hiroko Yoshikawa; Silvia Akemi Sakurai; Julio Kuroki e família Sakurai; and Naoko Mabon.
Collaborators:
Dance performance with Danilo da Silveira. 15.09.2018.
Dance and sound performance with Beatriz Sano + They-Group. 22.09.2018.

Takanori Suga ‘A Blank Sign ‘’Dripping Project in São Paulo’’’ 2018, installation with paint on wooden panel, H 9.6m. Installation shot: Fernando Lima.
Thanks to: Juliana Kase; James Kudo; William Zarella Junior; Alexandre Garcia Gonçalves Ferreira; Daniel José da Silva; Gabriel Lopes Mayuma Zarella; Roberto Okinaka; Sérgio Franco; Gilberto de Almeida; Edna Sato; Amy Sato; Ingrid Tiemi Noda;
Yutaka Toyota; Kaori Anraku; Miho Ishihara; Evandro Nicolau; João Cicero Nosralla de Oliveira Nicolau; Sérgio Ishiro Fukamizo; Ayano Hamada; Nicolas Yuichiro Seguchi; Gabriel Sanefuji; Luiz Paulo Taira; André Hiroki Suyama Tsuji; Marcelo Kenzo Naya Takahashi; Aléxia Sayuri Hino; e Mariana Luis de Mello.

Takanori Suga ‘A Blank Sign ‘’Dripping Project in São Paulo’’’ 2018, installation with paint on wooden panel, H 9.6m. Installation shot: Fernando Lima.
Thanks to: Juliana Kase; James Kudo; William Zarella Junior; Alexandre Garcia Gonçalves Ferreira; Daniel José da Silva; Gabriel Lopes Mayuma Zarella; Roberto Okinaka; Sérgio Franco; Gilberto de Almeida; Edna Sato; Amy Sato; Ingrid Tiemi Noda;
Yutaka Toyota; Kaori Anraku; Miho Ishihara; Evandro Nicolau; João Cicero Nosralla de Oliveira Nicolau; Sérgio Ishiro Fukamizo; Ayano Hamada; Nicolas Yuichiro Seguchi; Gabriel Sanefuji; Luiz Paulo Taira; André Hiroki Suyama Tsuji; Marcelo Kenzo Naya Takahashi; Aléxia Sayuri Hino; e Mariana Luis de Mello.

Shots from related public events:

Shot from Event by Satoshi Hashimoto (9 September 3pm-)
Event shot: Fernando Lima

Shot from Dance Performance by Danilo Silveira (15 September 2pm-)

Shot from Artist Talk by Juliana Kase (15 September 3pm-)

Shots from Dance and Sound Performance by Beatriz Sano and They-Group (22 September 2pm-)

Shot from Artist Talk by Takanori Suga (22 September 3pm-)

Extract from Sound-visual performance by Rodrigo Amor Experimental and Evandro NicolauAudio (23 September 4pm-)

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