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ROHM Theatre Kyoto Repertory Premiere: Talk Series Looking Ahead to a New Work by Shiro Takatani

2021.4.9 (FRI)

Art/Film/Video South Hall
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    「CHROMA」 Photo: Kazuo Fukunaga

  • ROHM Theatre Kyoto Repertory Premiere: Talk Series Looking Ahead to a New Work by Shiro Takatani

    「ST/LL」 Photo: Yoshikazu Inoue

Launching a new three-year project with Dumb Type founding member Shiro Takatani

This project looks ahead to a new work by the artist Shiro Takatani, to be presented in 2023. The project’s inaugural year features dialogue and exchange among various guests and participants through a series of talks as part of the preparation process and the creative departure point for the new work.

Information

2021.4.9 (FRI)

Venue : South Hall

About

Talk #1

Guest: Shiro Takatani, Takeshi Azuma (sound engineer)

Talk #2-4

TBA

Profile

Shiro Takatani

Shiro Takatani

Born in 1963, Shiro Takatani was a founding member of the artist collective Dumb Type in 1984. He creates multimedia performances and installations that are performed and exhibited at theatres, museums, and art centers around the world. Alongside his work with Dumb Type, he started working as a solo artist from 1998. His performances include La Chambre Claire (premiered 2008, Theater der Welt, Germany), CHROMA (2012, Biwako Hall Center for the Performing Arts, Shiga), and ST/LL (2015, Le Volcan – Scène Nationale du Havre, France). His many collaborators include Ryuichi Sakamoto, Fujiko Nakaya, Mansai Nomura, and Kichizaemon Raku.

Presented by ROHM Theatre Kyoto (Kyoto City Music Art Cultural Promoting Foundation), Kyoto City

Contact

ROHM Theatre Kyoto  TEL:075-771-6051

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Unreserved seating
Free (reservation required)