Oct 12
~
Nov 11

False Spaces – An Exhibition

11:00am – 7:00pm
Free

Ever since it first opened in 2001, Tokyo Arts and Space (TOKAS) has continued to collaborate with international artists, curators, arts centers, and cultural organizations to produce exhibitions and pioneer related programs. The TOKAS Project, which began in 2018, aims to shine a contemplative light on the arts, society, and other themes from a multicultural perspective. In its second year, TOKAS Project Vol. 2 will feature collaborations with the Hong Kong Arts Centre and Hong Kong-based curator IP Yuk-Yiu. Together, they will introduce media art from both Japan and Hong Kong via FALSE SPACES, an exhibition that investigates not only geographical, physical spaces, but the spaces that appear in our imaginations as well.

Artists include Ito Ryusuke, Tsuda Michiko and Nagata Kosuke from Japan along with NG Tsz-Kwan,
Stella So and Ware from Hong Kong. There will be an opening ceremony with talks by the artists on Saturday the 12th from 4pm until 6pm.

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