In the old house along the shore in which the art work is set, the rhythm of drums, the sound of music boxes, and different video footage of both an improvising saxophone and a shakuhachi (a Japanese bamboo flute) resonate, giving the impression of the house as an organic entity, pulsing with life. The once-abandoned house is brought to life, inviting viewers to reflect on the displacement and lives of human beings as well as to physically experience "the meeting of two different worlds" -- outside and inside, eastern and western, contrasting instruments, ocean and sky, the artificial and the natural, social and private.
Curated by Akiko Miki
Hours ＆ Admission
・There is no group rate. No discount nor free admission is offered to guests with Disability Certificates (Physical Disability Certificates, Rehabilitation Certificates, or Mental Disability Certificates).
・Credit cards are not accepted.
・Pets are not allowed inside the artwork.
・Smoking, using cell phones, eating (including candy, gum, boxed lunches, etc.) or drinking is prohibited on the premises.
・Visitors may be refused entry if they appear intoxicated or otherwise pose a disturbance to other visitors.
・Please do not touch the artworks.
・Please do not take photographs, videos, or make sketches inside the artwork. Visitors are also requested not to use fountain pens, ink, etc.
・The artwork is located in a residential area. Please be mindful while exploring the island.
423 ieura, Teshima, Tonosho-cho, Shozu-gun, Kagawa 7614661 Japan
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