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INDEFINABLE CITIES → JAPAN

EXHIBITION
July 18th - August 23rd, 2015


Indefinable Cities, a co-curation between AirSpace Gallery and Tsukiyo to Syonen is traveling to 5 Cities in Japan. Curated by Koh Yoshida (JP) and Anna Francis (UK)

Borne of a conversation instigated by Anna Francis on a research trip to Osaka in 2012, The exhibition explores the development of cities worldwide, and in particular looks to capture the way that artists are responding to and documenting Cities in flux, and more; how artists impact on their environments and the regeneration of Cities.

Indefinable Cities opened at AirSpace Gallery in April, 2015. After a 6 week run, the exhibition now moves to Japan, and tours 5 cities - Kofu, Yamanashi | Hikone, Shiga | Osaka | Tamano, Okayama | Onomichi, Hiroshima | with one Indefinable Cities artist exhibiting in each venue.

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Indefinable Cities → Japan
Exhibition Details



Ayaka Nishi
2 August, 2015 – 23 August, 2015


South Patagonia Cafe (Kofu, Yamanashi)
2-3-11 Ote, Kofu-shi, Yamanasi 400-0015
+81.55.287.6227


Ayaka Nishi, Measuring Memories, 2015



Ben Cove
20 July, 2015 – 2 August, 2015

Art Takahashi (Hikone, Shiga)
694-7 Hirata-cho, Hikone-shi, Shiga 522-0041
+81.749.20.4963


Ben Cove, Look-See, 2015



Rebecca Chesney
18 July, 2015 – 2 August, 2015

atelier Sangatsu (Osaka)
4-2-9 Nakazakinishi, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0015
+81.90.9874.0415


Rebecca Chesney, Melody 1, 2 & 3, 2015 - Urban Wildlife Observations, 2013-2015



Hirofumi Suzuki
23 July, 2015 – 16 August, 2015


Higashiyama Building (Tamano, Okayama)
1-7-3 Uno, Tamano-shi, Okayama 706-0011



Hirofumi Suzuki, Diary of a Stranger, 2015



Emily Speed
25 July, 2015 – 17 August, 2015

Komyoji Kaikan (Onomichi, Hiroshima)
2-1 Higashitsuchido-cho, Onomichi-shi, Hiroshima 722-0033
+81.50.1537.5353



Emily Speed, Garbuglio/Tangle, 2015


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Indefinable Cities, a co-curation between AirSpace Gallery and Tsukiyo to Syonen is traveling to 5 Cities in Japan. Curated by Koh Yoshida (JP) and Anna Francis (UK)

Borne of a conversation instigated by Anna Francis on a research trip to Osaka in 2012, The exhibition explores the development of cities worldwide, and in particular looks to capture the way that artists are responding to and documenting Cities in flux, and more; how artists impact on their environments and the regeneration of Cities.

Indefinable Cities opened at AirSpace Gallery in April, 2015. After a 6 week run, the exhibition now moves to Japan, and tours 5 cities - Kofu, Yamanashi | Hikone, Shiga | Osaka | Tamano, Okayama | Onomichi, Hiroshima | with one Indefinable Cities artist exhibiting in each venue.

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Indefinable Cities, Poster

Ayaka Nishi, Measuring Memories, Gallery installation view
Ayaka Nishi, Measuring Memories, Gallery installation view
Rebecca Chesney, Melody 1,2&3, Gallery installation view
Rebecca Chesney, Melody 1,2&3, Gallery installation view
Rebecca Chesney, Urban Wildlife Observations, 2013-2015, Gallery installation view
Hirofumi Suzuki, Diary of a Stranger, Gallery installation view
Hirofumi Suzuki, Diary of a Stranger, Gallery installation view
Emily Speed, Garbuglio/Tangle, Gallery installation view
Emily Speed, Garbuglio/Tangle, Gallery installation view
Ben Cove, Look-See, Gallery installation view
Ben Cove, Look-See, Gallery installation view

AirSpace Gallery is a collaborative, artist led project in Stoke-on-Trent, providing professional development opportunities, studio and exhibiting space and support for artists.

Through a dynamic and evolving programme of exhibitions, events and activities AirSpace Gallery brings critical, high quality contemporary art to the region and provides opportunities for a broad range of artists.

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