Teshima Art Museum special morning viewing program
from October to November
The droplet-shaped Teshima Art Museum stands on a hill on the island of Teshima, in the Karato area. Sunlight, wind, raindrops, insects and the voices of birds are led into the museum's interior space through two openings in its shell. The appearance of the artwork inside changes constantly, as time goes by. In Matrix, water springs from the ground, here and there, in a day long motion.
In this special viewing program, visitors are invited to experience the very beginning of this cycle, as water starts trickling out, marking the beginning of a new day. The museum staff will then guide you around the museum to close the program.
For details, please click here.