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  • November 24, 2020
    "core of bells is an art collective and hardcore punk band from Japan. I've recently been working with them to produce subtitles for their new film work entitled "WEEKEND" being shown at Fujisawa City Art Space, Kanazawa. ... "
  • November 24, 2020
    I’ve been working with artist Yu Araki on text for his latest film HONEYMOON being shown as part of the “Connections – 150 years of Modern Art in Japan and France” exhibition at the POLA Museum of Art (11/14/2020 – 4/4/2021). Commissioned by the POLA Museum and POLA Art Foundation, HONEYMOON is Araki’s take on Japonisme,

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  • October 27, 2020
    "Walk through town and chances are you'll find flyers strewn across the street selling the company of strangers. These haven't fallen out of someones bag or slipped from pages of an awkward magazine, they've been thrown there on purpose... "
  • September 30, 2020
    "Repeating ceaselessly, in the dark, dark night. Decisions were made only and solely to ensure our survival. This was long, long ago in a time much, much before time, when I did not rely on landscapes to distinguish myself from the stones, birds, animals, and rivers."
  • September 29, 2020
    'imshow: Hak-hyun Kim, Osamu Sakuma (Rondade)', curated by Kakeru Okada at kanzan gallery, Higashi Kanda
  • September 15, 2020
    “These are paintings about human attention, who or what we pay it to and who pays it to us. They’re observations of the quality of that attention and the grappling with attention’s attendant power and inequality.  I’ve been considering the relationship between the ‘in here’ and ‘out there’, as straining vocal sounds bleed through concrete,

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  • August 10, 2020
    'imshow: Yusuke Endou, Shingo Kanagawa, Osamu Kanemura', curated by Kakeru Okada at kanzan gallery, Higashi Kanda
  • #24
    August 9, 2020
    Lavender Opener Chair is an artist run space in Nishi-Ogu, Arakawa-ku run by artist/curator Yohei Watanabe 渡邉 庸平, alongside Yoko & Tatsuhiko Togashi 冨樫 of Tohmei Diner 灯明
  • August 9, 2020
    Yohei Kobayashi at mumei, Kiyosumi-shirakawa
  • August 5, 2020
    For the uninitiated, artist Noriyuki Haraguchi (b.1946) is pre-eminent; a leading figure from the Mono-ha movement who, although in his mid-70s, continues to make work with the ferocity of his 20 year-old self. As a sculptor, painter and installation artist, his works are alternative talismans for a televisual age — something interstitial, existing between the

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