In this piece, four artists – two visual artists, a dancer and a musician – perform as "living modules" that interact with each other in such a way that the genres co-exist seamlessly. The moving bodies continuously draw vectors in space, sometimes intersecting beautifully, sometimes clashing and falling out of synchrony. Accepting both freedom and inconvenience, they move towards the next intersection without knowing if they have a destination. By thus groping for a balance that lies beyond thought, they organically link the time that flows within the work.
Kazuhiro Onishi is a visual artist. His work focuses on spatiality and the situations and relations that emerge from it. He uses various media to create three-dimensional objects that fetishize the materials from which they are composed. His aim in this series of works is to interfere with structure and to disrupt the space that comes from noise.
Architect/ Dancer/ Visual Artist. Based on architectural thinking, Fumi Takenouchi’s work draws lines of force within the space lurking in everyday situations. Her media include architecture, dance, video, sound, material art and drawing, and her work has been performed and presented in Japan, the USA, France and Germany. She received her Master's degree from the Graduate School of Architecture of Tokyo University of the Arts.
Asuka Okajima is a visual artist who tries to find new linkages between things throughout a wide range of formats (such as installation, drawing, art book and video) while moving back and forth between language and image. He is based in Tokyo, Prague and Kyoto.
Kosuke Nakao plays the tabla, a small drum originally from India. In 2007, he began studying the tabla under Biplab Bhattacharriya in Kolkata. While moving between Japan and India, he has been collaborating with artists in various music genres, including Indian classical music. In 2016 he co-founded the percussion duo “paon” and released two albums, rickshaw and Pedogenesis.