Past Exhibitions

Mohri Yuko: Assume That There Is Friction and Resistance

Oct 27th, 2018 - Mar 24th, 2019


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Mohri Yuko is an installation artist who recasts recon gured everyday items to reveal intangible forms of energy, such as electricity and magnetism. In this, her first solo exhibition at a museum, she presented a new largescale, sound-based assemblage inspired by movements such as spirals, spins, and swirls as seen on different scales, such as in ammonites and multistranded wires and cables. Her works were symbolic of the orbit of celestial bodies, and, at the same time, revealed aspects of large social movements. The exhibition also included video and silkscreen print works as well as an improvised installation at a venue in the city center, created on site.

Photo image:Installation view from If sealed up inside a grave, at least be as quiet as a grave for V.T.
2018, photo by Kuniya Oyamada

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Title

Mohri Yuko: Assume That There Is Friction and Resistance

Date

Oct 27th, 2018 - Mar 24th, 2019

Location

Towada Art Center
Central Towada


Hours

9:00-17:00 (Last admission 30 minutes before closing)


Closed

Mondays
except for National Holidays, in which case the museum is open on the holiday and closed the following Tuesday
*Closed December 25, 2018 through January 1, 2019 for year-end holidays


Admission

Exhibition + Permanent Collection: 1,200 yen
Exhibition only: 800 yen
100 yen/ticket discount for groups of 20 or more
High school students and younger: Free


Organized by

Towada Art Center


Financial Support by

Asahi Group Arts Foundation


Endorsed by

To-o Nippo Press, The Daily-Tohoku Shimbun Inc., Aomori Broadcasting Cooperation, Aomori Television
Broadcasting Co., Ltd., Asahi Broadcasting Aomori Co., Ltd., & Towada City Board of Education


Curated by

Kodama Kanazawa


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