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記録を残さないアーティスト、江之浦測候所に降臨! 自然とアートが響き合う時間を体験
Theater / Dance Art and Photography
2019.10.09

An unrecorded artist descends at the Enoura Observatory! Experience the time when nature and art resonate

Odawara Art Foundation Enoura Observatory 
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Go, see, feel the world of art
File.20 Tino Sagar @ Enoura Weather Station yet untitled
Miyuki Inoue (Magical Editor)

An art space designed by contemporary artist Hiroshi Sugimoto, Odawara Cultural Foundation Enoura Weather Station. The grounds overlooking the sea are lined with state-of-the-art architecture, historical buildings, and stones with various stories, creating an attractive space that is hard to explain.
* Click here for an introduction report of Enoura Weather Station !

On October 4, 2019, "Tino Segal @ Enoura Weather Station yet untitled" started. It has held traditional performing arts performances, but this is the first contemporary art project since its opening in October 2017.
An unrecorded artist descends at the Enoura Observatory! Experience the time when nature and art resonate

Tino Segal was born in London in 1976 and is currently based in Berlin. The other day, she choreographed for the Paris Opera Ballet, but it is known for her almost recordless incident. In other words, the work remains only in the memories of the witnesses who witnessed it.

"My work is four-dimensional (* editorial note: three-dimensional + time axis) . There is no problem with being recorded in text, but photosI don't want it to be shot or filmed and left as a two-dimensional work. "
An unrecorded artist descends at the Enoura Observatory! Experience the time when nature and art resonate

After completing the reception at the waiting ridge, you will pass through the Meigetsu-mon gate, which was built as the main gate of the Rinzai sect Kencho-ji Temple and Meigetsu-in during the Muromachi period, and aim for a place where Segal's "live work" will take place.
An unrecorded artist descends at the Enoura Observatory! Experience the time when nature and art resonate Perhaps after a typhoon passed away in the distance on this day, the blue sea and sky were spreading like midsummer, but the wind was strong and the surrounding trees were stormy.
The “live work” takes place outdoors, so the audience is affected by the temperature, the sky and the color of the sea. You also experience nature as part of art. An unrecorded artist descends at the Enoura Observatory! Experience the time when nature and art resonate

The “live work” will be held at the “Nodot” seat. There, several "interpreters" used voices and bodies to create a unique space in harmony with the sound of the wind and the sound of birds.

"In Japan, the difference between nature and culture (made by humans) is small, and I am interested in the connection between the traditional world and the modern world. In particular, this place can be expressed while feeling the sea and nature. It's meaningful for me to show live work here, "said Segal.

"Live work" shooting is not allowedSo, I shot the sea, the sky, and the trees surrounding the field seat. There is no fixed time for each action, and you can feel the "art time" where the timing of the beginning and end is left to each like a wind across the sea?
An unrecorded artist descends at the Enoura Observatory! Experience the time when nature and art resonate

By the way, during the project, you can see inside the museum as usual, and the admission fee is the same as usual. With plenty of tour time, you'll want to take a closer look at the latest architecture such as the Optical Glass Stage and the 100-meter Gallery of the Summer Solstice Haruka, historical buildings, and artwork by Sugimoto.
An unrecorded artist descends at the Enoura Observatory! Experience the time when nature and art resonate

We interviewed Sugimoto, the founder of the foundation.
"This is the first contemporary art project, but it was held in response to Tino's passion. One of the goals of the Enoura Observatory was to enjoy art in the nature of Odawara. When I watched his live work, I felt that the sound of the wind and the singing of the birds had a great sense of unity, so I felt again that it had an affinity with Tino's view of the world. ''
An unrecorded artist descends at the Enoura Observatory! Experience the time when nature and art resonate

《Tino Segaru @ Enoura Weather Station yet untitled》 [Date] October 4-November 4, 2019
[Venue] Odawara Cultural Foundation Enoura Weather Station
[Visit time] Morning (10: 00-13: 00) / Afternoon (13: 30-16: 30)
[Closed] Tuesdays, New Year's holidays and temporary closed days
[Fee]
・ Purchase in advance from the Internet → Morning and afternoon: 3,000 yen (excluding tax)
・ On the day ticket → Morning and afternoon: 3500 yen (excluding tax)
* If the day ticket has reached the capacity, there is no sale.
* "Tino Sehgal @ Ura Weather Service yet untitled Zhi Jiang" project is included in the admission fee.

  • Odawara Art Foundation Enoura Observatory
  • Odawara Art Foundation Enoura Observatory
  • Odawara Art Foundation Enoura Observatory
  • Odawara Art Foundation Enoura Observatory

This cultural complex was created by contemporary artist Hiroshi Sugimoto. It consists of a gallery building, a stone stage, an outdoor (optical glass) stage, a tea room, a garden, a traditional Japanese-style gate, and a reception building.
* The number of visitors is limited so you can experience what less densely populated pre-modern times were like. Tours must be reserved for a specific date and time. Please book your visit at the web address below.

  • Address
    362 Enoura 1 Odawara City, Kanagawa Prefecture 1
  • TEL
    0465-42-9170
  • Business Hour
    Morning class 10: 00-13: 00, afternoon class 13: 30-16: 30 / Admission fee 3,000 yen (excluding tax) <Each time capacity / advance reservations required>

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