May 10, 2015 - Aichi Triennale - Participating artists announced for 2016
May 10, 2015

Participating artists announced for 2016

Aichi Triennale 2016
Homo Faber: A Rainbow Caravan

August 11–October 23, 2016

www.aichitriennale.jp

The first list of participating artists and the outline of Aichi Triennale 2016, which will be opening in August of next year, has been released.

Artistic Director: Minato Chihiro (photographer, Professor at Tama Art University, Information Design Department)
Curatorial Team: [Visual Arts] Haito Masahiko (Chief Curator), Daniela Castro, Hattori Hiroyuki, Kanai Tadashi, Zeynep Öz, [Film Program] Echigoya Takashi, Hama Haruka, [Performing Arts] Fujii Akiko, Karatsu Eri, [Opera Production] Mizuno Manabu / Chief Educator: Ito Yuko / Designer: Nagahara Yasuhito
Venues: Aichi Arts Center, Nagoya City Art Museum, Nagoya City, Toyohashi City And Okazaki City In Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Artists: [Visual Arts] A *Candy Factory Project / Kitakyushu Biennial In Aichi, Giovanni Anselmo, Nicholas Galanin, Mitamura Midori, Nishio Yoshinari, Ohmaki Shinji, Okabe Masao, Chris Watson, Yamashiro Chikako, [Film Program] Takamine Go, [Performing Arts] Israel Galván, Kosugi Takehisa, [Opera Production] Gaetano D’espinosa (Conductor), Teshigawara Saburo (Director)

Concept (by Minato Chihiro, Artistic Director)
The Persian-derived word “caravanserai” means an inn for caravans. Although designed to serve the commercial traveler, caravanserais were nothing like the business hotels of today. The expansive courtyard of a caravanserai had stables, storehouses, and space for business transactions, and there were accommodations on the upper floors, giving the whole place the aspect of a palace, rather than an inn. The splendid edifice was protected by high, thick walls enclosing a tree-shaded respite from the long, weary journey.

For most of today’s city dwellers mired in fast-paced lifestyles, stopping the hands of the clock and wiping the clock face clean of numerals would be a dream beyond dreams. Giving shape to wild dreams, however, happens to be a unique preserve of art. Art is capable of creating a time and space removed from the mundane, where form, color, sound and even the body take on aspects never before experienced. Art can bring together travelers laden with wonder and amazement, from east, west, north and south.

What would be the languages that echo in our contemporary, dream courtyard? To put my imagination to work, I take up paper and pen, and fashion my own caravanserai, so that it will guide and encourage our caravan, which has already departed on its journey to the Triennale. 


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