京都・岡崎計画 搬入プロジェクト

公演日時 搬入本番2016年3月5日(土)15:00〜<上演時間約1〜2時間(予定)>/展示3月6日(日)〜27日(日)

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  • PlaceROHM Theatre Kyoto
  • Date2017.09.26

ROHM Theatre Kyoto Opening Program Carry-in-Project Kyoto-Okazaki

The Carry-in-Project is, as the name suggests, a socially engaged art project in which participants come together to design, make and then carry in a giant object so large that it can only just fit into the space chosen for the project. For this iteration of the project in the Okazaki area of Kyoto, a special team was formed mainly of students, who spent around two months planning and creating the object, participating in the actual Carry-in-Event, documenting the project, and exhibiting the object.

計画概要

  • Recruiting Student Participants

    • Student participants were recruited to assist the core artistic team in designing and making the object, planning the project, publicity, exhibiting, and documentation.
    • The recruitment aimed to attract students with interests and skills in theatre, architecture, visual art, design, video and filmmaking, and art project coordination.

  • Kick-off Meeting

    January 22nd 14:00-18:00
    Venue: ROHM Theatre Kyoto Conference Room 1
    • The participants came together to meet and launch the project.
    • Information was shared on previous Carry-in-Project events, ROHM Theatre Kyoto, and the various participants.
    • Other general participants were recruited for the Carry-in-Event on March 5th.

  • Workshops, Fieldwork

    February 3rd – February 5th 14:00-18:00
    Venue: ROHM Theatre Kyoto, other locations
    • Participants were divided into teams (Carry-in-Event planning and design, video documentation and exhibition, research, publicity and coordination) and full work on preparing the project started.
    • Basic plans were devised for making the object, the exhibition and documentation, and publicity.
    • Information from the workshops and research was made public as much as possible.

  • Making the Object, Exhibition Planning & Preparation, Publicity

    February 16th – March 4th
    Venues: ROHM Theatre Kyoto, Kyoto University of Art and Design, Ultra Factory, others
    Different teams worked on the following tasks:
    • Making the object to be carried into the venue.
    • Documenting and recording the project.
    • Carrying out research related to the project.
    • Publicizing the Carry-in-Event and exhibition.
    • Coordinating in preparation for the Carry-in-Event.
    • Planning the exhibition to be held after the Carry-in-Event.

  • Carry-in-Event

    March 5th 15:00 (approximately 1-2 hours)
    Venue: ROHM Theatre Kyoto
    • The object was transported to the Okazaki area.
    • It was then carried into ROHM Theatre Kyoto with the help of general participants.
    • The Carry-in-Event was also broadcast and publicized across a wide range of media.

  • Exhibition

    March 6th – March 27th
    Venue: ROHM Theatre Kyoto
    • The carried-in object was exhibited inside ROHM Theatre Kyoto.
    • Overall documentation of the project was also exhibited, including video and text.
    • Talks were held during the exhibition period.

Carry-in-Project
		The Carry-in-Project involves the design and construction of a giant object, which is then transported and carried into a specific space. So large it can hardly fit, the success of the project depends on teamwork and collaboration. Created by theatre group Akumanoshirushi, since its debut in 2008 Carry-in-Project has happened to great acclaim at a wide range of locations and festivals around the world. Previous iterations include at Setouchi Triennale in 2010 and Roppongi Art Night 2014, and other major art events in JApan. It has also been created in 7 countries and 10 cities overseas. Intrinsically challenging our preconceived notions of what theatre is, the project has attracted much attention as a site-specific event that adapts to the circumstances of each environment and venue. Participants
		Noriyuki Kikuchi (director, head of Akumanoshirushi), Takuma Ishikawa (architect), Yasuwo Miyamura (graphic designer), Takio Okumura (production manager) (all members of Akumanoshirushi), Daisuke Yamashiro (artist, filmmaker, documentation coordinator), RAD (architectural research project), Yasuto Masumoto (web designer)
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