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Naya Collective Tomomi Adachi Solo

Period

2022/12/23 (Fri)

Venue

Kanazawa Art Gummies

Ticket Fee

General: 2,000 yen, Students: 1,000 yen
(all seats are unreserved, tax included)

WEB reservation / telephone reservation Either is accepted ★
★telephone reservation: 0120-240-540 * Toll-free
(Reception hours 10: 00 to 18: 00 * Operator correspondence)


["Moba Pass (electronic ticket)" selectable performance] (* If you are a first-time user of
card payment only), you need to install the app "Moba Pass" (free) provided by LINK STATION and register the app number on the member's My Page. There is no problem even after booking. app. If you can't see it, try restarting the app or refreshing the page.
(For more information on "Moba Pass (electronic ticket)")

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Detailed Information

Performance content Performer and composer Tomomi Adachi has decided to perform her first solo live after returning from Berlin.
first half of the year, the only professional performance of "acoustic poetry" in Japan.
is an improvisational session with guests.
live performances in Kanazawa, hometown, please be present.


Program:
[Part 1] Acoustic poetry performance
reinterpretation of historical acoustic poetry such as Dada using voices and electronics, AI. Works by
Hugo Bal, Kurt Schwitters, Alexei Kruchonykh, Hide Kinoshita and others will be planned.
[Part 2] Improvisational Performance
Guests: Hideaki Shimada (Violin, Electronics), Kurumi Nakamura (Dance)
Performances Homepage http://www.purple.dti.ne.jp/naya/tickets/
Appearance
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Schedule <Date>
2022/12/23 (Fri)


<Schedule>
December 23 (Fri) 19:00

*Doors open 30 minutes before the show starts.
Ticket Fee General: 2,000 yen, Students: 1,000 yen
(all seats are unreserved, tax included)

WEB reservation / telephone reservation Either is accepted ★
★telephone reservation: 0120-240-540 * Toll-free
(Reception hours 10: 00 to 18: 00 * Operator correspondence)


["Moba Pass (electronic ticket)" selectable performance] (* If you are a first-time user of
card payment only), you need to install the app "Moba Pass" (free) provided by LINK STATION and register the app number on the member's My Page. There is no problem even after booking. app. If you can't see it, try restarting the app or refreshing the page.
(For more information on "Moba Pass (electronic ticket)")

+ Ticketing Fee
Venue Kanazawa Art Gummies
Remarks
Organizations Overview Tomomi Adachi
performer / composer, sound poet, instrument maker and visual artist. Known for his versatile style, he has presented works with his voice and electronics, acoustic poetry, improvisation, contemporary musical works, as well as site-specific compositions, instrumental works, and choral works for the unskilled, at the Tate Modern, the Hamburger Bahnhof Museum, the Centre Pompidou and the Berlin Poesy Festival. His works range from self-made interfaces to artificial intelligence, brain waves, satellites, Twitter, fractures, and paranormal phenomena. In 2012, he was invited to Berlin by the DAAD Berlin Artists Program. Received the Award of Distinction from Ars Electronica in 2019. The world's first opera "Romeo ga Juliet" using a libretto using artificial intelligence won the Grand Prize of the Agency for Cultural Affairs Arts Festival Award and the Keizo Saji Award. Participated in the exhibition and performance divisions of the international art festival "Aichi 2022".



Hideaki Shimada
In the late 1970s, he belonged to the citizens' group "KUC" in Kanazawa City, which published the mini-comic music magazine "Avant-Garde". Around 1980, he began improvising violin solos in small spaces. IN 1985, HE STARTED A SOLO PROJECT FOR TAPE MUSIC THAT RECONSTRUCTS RECORDED IMPROVISATIONS ELECTRONICALLY UNDER THE NAME AGENCEMENT, WHICH IS STILL ONGOING. Since the 2000s, he has gained a wide range of co-performers and has many opportunities to perform live. Official Website: https://sites.google.com/site/hsppico/


Kurumi Nakamura Kurumi Nakamura
dance artist, body mediator. Sokoni Dance by KURUMI NAKAMURA. Born in Kanazawa, Ishikawa. In 2007, he received a diploma from the Rambert School of Ballet and Contemporary Dance in the UK as a trainee for the Agency for Cultural Affairs Emerging Artists Study Abroad. After returning to Japan, he will continue to create places where people can express themselves with their bodies and minds while staying close to their needs at multiple welfare facilities in Ishikawa Prefecture. In addition, while holding workshops at art museums and educational institutions in Japan and overseas, he is fascinated by the beauty of the bodies of various people living in society, and creates and presents works that fascinate society with beauty through dance.

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