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A review about “Sound of Desires” on a culture review web magazine RealTokyo. (Japanese – English bilingual)
http://www.realtokyo.co.jp/en/exhibition/maiko-jinushi-sound-of-desires-screening-hagiwara-projects-2018-4-27%E2%88%925-6/

A visual archive of “Silver Factories on 53rd Street” on PAAET.
http://paaet.jugem.jp/?eid=485

“Sound of Desires” was focused on “AGONY KLUB” a zine published in Vancouver.
https://agonyklub.com

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Film Screening “Sound of Desires”

There will be a film screening of “Sound of Desires” at HAGIWARA PROJECTS, Tokyo.
This work was evolved from a performance I did for the LIVE International Performance Art Biennale, Vancouver in 2017.
The film will be screened three times a day and a duration is 69 minutes.
My recent drawings also will be exhibited in a sub gallery.

Maiko Jinushi “Sound of Desires” Film Screening
April 27 – May 6, 2018
14:00 / 16:00 / 18:00 (69min. each)
Venue: HAGIWARA PROJECTS
http://www.hagiwaraprojects.com/index_en.php

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Talk event “Shotguns From Our Lips”

I’m going to organize a talk event “Shotguns From Our Lips (about our experiences in NY and feminism)” during my solo show at Art Center Ongoing.
A guest speaker is an artist Aya Momose.
We will talk about #MeToo movement experienced in New York and Tokyo, and our small but maybe important thoughts as women living in daily life.
I want to make this event for an opportunity to discuss with audience, so please feel free to share your experiences with us.
The title of the event was named after my favorite comic written by Kyoko Okazaki.
A story is about an endless girls talk by three chatty girls.
I just want to have a casual talk with Aya and you guys like this comic.

April 21, 19:00-
Talk event “Shotguns From Our Lips (about our experiences in NY and feminism)”
Guest: Aya Momose (artist) ¥1000 (1 drink+entrance fee included)
Art Center Ongoing

(Photo by Dion Soethoudt)

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Solo exhibition “Silver Factories on 53rd Street”

There will be my solo exhibition at Art Center Ongoing in Tokyo.
I will exhibit a new video installation inspired by the 53rd street, Manhattan, New York.
During the exhibition, there will be a talk event with an artist Aya Momose about our experiences in New York (she was also there at the same time with me) and a feminism issue.
I am looking forward to seeing you at the exhibition!

“Silver Factories on 53rd Street”
April 11, 2018 – April 22, 2018
12:00-21:00 (Closed on Mon and Tue)
Venue: Art Center Ongoing
Entrance Fee: ¥400 (a cup of tea included)

Events:
April 14, 19:00- Opening party ¥1000 (food+1 drink+entrance fee included)
April 21, 19:00- Talk event “Shotguns From Our Lips (about our experiences in NY and feminism)”
Guest: Aya Momose (artist) ¥1000 (1 drink+entrance fee included)
April 22, 15:00- Pre Ongoing School / Artist talk ¥1500 (cake+1 drink+entrance fee included)

Special Thanks: HAGIWARA PROJECTS

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Archive of the performance at LIVE International Performance Art Biennale

An archive of my performance at LIVE International Performance Art Biennale, Vancouver is opened now.
http://livebiennale.ca/2017/2017/10/04/maiko-jinushi-2/

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Archive of the solo exhibition at Ike no Soko

An archive of my solo exhibition at Ike no Soko in New York is opened now.
https://www.ikenosoko.com/maiko-jinushi/

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Solo exhibition “A New Experience of Love”

Maiko Jinushi will open a solo exhibition at 池の底 (Ike no Soko), a newly established project space in Washington Heights. The exhibition will present her work A New Experience of Love in the form of a newly conceived room installation.

The exhibition is on view by appointment only from December 17th through December 23rd. To visit, please e-mail mattjay503[at]gmail.com

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“Sound of Desires” screening in New York 


Friday, December 15 – 7:30PM


Wendy’s Subway
379 Bushwick Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11206
http://www.wendyssubway.com/events/

Please join us for a screening of Maiko Junishi’s new film, Sound of Desires (2017, 69 min), followed by a talk and Q&A with Jinushi and Matt Jay (Director of End of Summer).

Sound of Desires originated as a recording of a collaborative public performance with percussionist, John Brennan. The Director, Jinushi talks with the percussionist about desires, and films how his performance changes throughout the conversation. The result becomes a kind of documentary recording of the process of musical collaboration and of emerging desire.

Sound of Desires was performed at Western Front, Vancouver, Canada and commissioned by LIVE Biennale in 2017.

Introduction to Maiko Jinushi’s Sound of Desires
Written by Matt Jay (Director of End of Summer), December 2017



In the relatively short amount of time since completing her studies at Tama Art University in 2010, Tokyo-based artist Maiko Jinushi has developed a unique praxis for her work which draws upon documentary filmmaking, performance, and installation to produce what Jinushi describes as “a new type of literature.” Her affinity for poetry and novels has influenced Jinushi to try to expand the possibilities of how the essential human act of storytelling can be conducted in surprising new ways.

2017 has been a fertile and reflective year for the artist, having relocated to New York as a participant of Residency Unlimited and a recipient of The Pola Art Foundation Fellowship. This distance from her home country has created the opportunity for Jinushi to explore the elements of language and communication inherent in her work outside of her native Japanese. It has also enabled Jinushi to critically consider social and cultural matters back home through a new lens.

A 2013 article in The Guardian detailed what the Japanese media diagnosed as sekkusu shinai shokogun (“celibacy syndrome”), giving a name to the conditions which have lead to the country possessing one of the world’s lowest birthrates. In July 2017, The Independent published new research on the subject, which stated that one third of the population in Japan is entering their 30’s without having had any sexual experience, choosing to remain single and unmarried indefinitely or longer in life. This widespread abstinence from sex and romantic relationships is particular to Jinushi’s generation, reacting to shifting societal norms, high cost of living, and a looming atmosphere of futility in the post disaster, earthquake-prone country. As Jinushi reflected on these reports from New York, she became compelled to explore the nature of desire through a new work created for the LIVE International Performance Art Biennale in Vancouver, Canada.

Sound of Desires began as a collaborative performance with percussionist John Brennan. Jinushi and Brennan faced each other on a stage before a live audience, Brennan sitting at his drum set and Jinushi behind her video camera. The performance and resulting video utilizes the working method Jinushi has developed and employed in her previous works A New Experience of Love (2016) and The Sound of a Horse Approaching (2014), in which the artist and her collaborator engage in a kind of live-documentary interview recording.

As Jinushi shares anecdotes and poses questions to Brennan on the subject of desire, Brennan responds twice- initially verbally, and then through improvisation on the drums. Thus, each inquiry has a concrete and abstract response, highlighting the communicational limits and strengths of both. As an interview subject, Brennan is candid in discussing personal struggles between desire and ethics, the heightened awareness of participating in an artwork seemingly drawing two strangers into a more revealing dialogue than would naturally occur. Despite her role as the “director” in this exchange, Jinushi subtly reveals aspects of her own personal stake in the matter as well, through the direction of her questioning and particularly in a final request to conclude with a “happy” performance from Brennan. Through Jinushi’s blend of performance and documentary video, Sound of Desires addresses questions of how desire can be engaged or repressed, swell or subside, shift or change focus.

In addition to the screening of Sound of Desires at Wendy’s Subway, Maiko Jinushi will open a solo exhibition at 池の底 (Ike no Soko), a newly established project space in Washington Heights on December 17th. The exhibition will present her work A New Experience of Love in the form of a newly conceived room installation.

Maiko Jinushi is an artist from Kanagawa, Japan. Her work has evolved from drawings and novels on the theme of personal tales to the creation of a “new type of literature” that comprehensively combines elements including video, installations and performance. http://maikojinushi.com

Matt Jay is the Founder and Director of End of Summer, a cross-cultural art program dedicated to exploring and supporting contemporary art from Japan. He also co-organizes the project space 池の底 (Ike no Soko). http://www.end-of-summer.org

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Screening in Vienna

My friend Kanako Tada organizes a screening of “A New Experience of Love” and “The Sound of A Horse Approaching” at Academy of Fine Arts Vienna.
She is a painter, my friend for drinking at Art Center Ongoing, and a charming feminist.
Please come by if you are around!

“Maiko Jinushi” , Video screening at Academy of Fine Arts,Vienna

date:
7PM-9PM, December 12nd

address :
C1. 11.8 IBK(contextual painting),Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna
Augasse 2-6,1090 Wien

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A review of Koganecho Bazaar

There is a report about “A New Experience of Love” in a review of Koganecho Bazaar on Bunshun online. (Japanese only)
http://bunshun.jp/articles/-/3979

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LIVE Biennale review

This is a report of LIVE Biennale, and there is a review of my performance “Sound of Desires.”

First day report: http://livebiennale.ca/2017/2017/10/05/wednesday-highlights-live2017/

A review of each works: http://livebiennale.ca/2017/2017/10/28/coming-alive-a-review-of-2017-live-biennale-performances/

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LIVE Biennale in Vancouver

I will perform a new performance/public video recording piece ” Sound of Desires” at LIVE Biennale in Vancouver.
LIVE Biennale is a performance festival in Canada.
A venue is a legendary alternative space Western Front.
This work is a collaboration with a percussionist John Brennan.
https://front.bc.ca/events/first-class/

October 4, 2017 19:00-
Venue: Western Front (Grand Luxe Hall)
$10 suggested donation for entry at the door

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“A Distant Duet” screening in Vancouver

“A Distant Duet” will be shown in Vancouver.
After a screening, I will talk with Makiko Hara a curator of LIVE Biennale and Dr. Kirsten McAllister who organizes the screening at Simon Fraser University.
http://livebiennale.ca/2017/2017/09/26/maiko-jinushi-film-screening-conversation-with-makiko-hara/

Tuesday, September 26, 2017
7-9PM (free and open to the public)
LOCATION Simon Fraser University, Harbour Centre, 515 West Hastings Street
ROOM : HC7000 ( Take the elevator to the 7th floor )

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Koganecho Bazaar 2017

My work is exhibiting at Koganecho Bazaar “Double Façade-Multiple ways to encounter the Other.
http://www.koganecho.net/koganecho-bazaar-2017/index.html

Dates
[vol.1]August 4th (Fri) – September 13th (Wed), 2017
[vol.2]September 15th (Fri) – November 5th (Sun), 2017

Venue
Studios, neighborhood shops, outdoor areas, etc. beneath and along Keikyu Railway, from Hinodecho Station to Koganecho Station

Time
11:00〜18:30
*Open until 20:30 on October 27,28,29, November 2,3,4.

Closed on
2nd and 4th Thursday

Admission
・Koganecho Bazaar 2017 Passport(valid during entire event period)
High school and above 700yen; Free for junior high school students and below
*On-the-day tickets only
・Combination Ticket:Koganecho Bazaar 2017+Yokohama Triennale 2017+BankART Life Ⅴ
[Advance]Adults 2,100yen; University and College Students 1,500yen; High School Students 1,100yen
[On the day]Adults 2,400yen; University and College Students 1,800yen; High School Students 1,400yen
* Includes admission to the Koganecho Bazaar 2017 and tie-up programs of Yokohama Triennale 2017 and BankART Life Ⅴ
Regular ticket will be available beginning August 4th until November 5th, 2017.
*Advance ticket will be available until August 3rd, 2017.

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p r o x y


I will participate in a group show in Helsinki.
“A Detective in Mexico City” my new video which is a collaboration with Mexico based curator Neme Arranz and Helsinki based curator Vera Kavaleuskaya will be exhibited.
This is a sequel of “A Distant Duet” which is a film focused on the Chilean writer Roberto Bolaño.

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p r o x y

May 26 – June 20, 2017
Opening: May 26, 12:30pm
Atski Gallery | NODE Gallery | Studio 7044
Arabia Campus
Hämeentie 135 C, 00560
Helsinki, Finland

p r o x y is an international group art exhibition that aims to reflect on the notions of displacement, remoteness and phenomenons associated with them.
With most of the artists working far from Helsinki and the curatorial team acting as authorized agents who follow their instructions and protocols, notions of trust, communication and cooperation will materialize in a territory that is itself shifting.

Works by:
Camille Tsvetoukhine (Paris)
eeefff – Dzina Zhuk, Nicolay Spesivtsev (Moscow – Minsk)
Leo Marz (Monterrey)
Maiko Jinushi (Tokyo – New York)
María Salgado (Madrid)
Narim Lee (Seoul – Helsinki)

With contributions from Dana Neilson, Miina Pohjolainen, Raúl Verduzco, Minna Kayra, Vanessa Kowalski and Lari Rantalainen.
You are warmly invited to the opening performance ARABIA proxy by María Salgado and Miina Pohjolainen which will take place at 12:30 sharp in Atski Gallery.
In her action María Salgado dictates through the phone from her house in Madrid a letter to Miina Poojolainen, who is in Helsinki. Miina, a native speaker of Finnish with no knowledge of Spanish whatsoever, pronounces in front of an audience the sounds that she can hear through a set of headphones. The performers use each other as human proxys or middle persons to make possible a text whose content only the translator to Finnish and the artist know first hand. What will it sound like? How much will be lost and how much will remain? “Me”, “you”, “here”, “there”, “this”, “today”, what or who will they name once de-contextualized and de-localized? Will the signal persist?

Curated by Vera Kavaleuskaya and Neme Arranz Ruiz

FB event: https://tinyurl.com/mm35wnk

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A Screening at Residency Unlimited

There will be a public screening of my film “A Distant Duet” at Residency Unlimited, Brooklyn on April 18, 2017. After the screening, I will talk with Boshko Boskovic the Program Director of Residency Unlimited.
http://residencyunlimited.org/programs/maiko-jinushi-a-distant-duet/?utm_source=MadMimi&utm_medium=email&utm_content=Newsletter+-+April+2017&utm_campaign=20170307_m137990571_Newsletter+-+April+2017&utm_term=READ+MORE

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Sapporo Art Street 2016

“A New Experience of Love” (Tokyo version) is exhibited at Sapporo Art Street 2016.

November 5 (Sat) – December 4 (Sun), 2016
Sapporo Ekimae-dori Underground Walkway (Chi-Ka-Ho)
http://www.s-artstage.com/2016/artstreet

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An interview and a review of “A New Experience of Love”

An interview about “A New Experience of Love” on Tokyo Art Beat. (Japanese only)
http://www.tokyoartbeat.com/tablog/entries.ja/2016/06/maiko-jinushi-a-new-experience-of-love.html

An exhibition review of Maiko Jinushi “A New Experience of Love” appeares in BT (August issue, 2016) (Japanese only)
http://www.bijutsu.press/books/2016/07/-201683dcgvr.html

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A New Experience of Love

My solo show will start at Saturday, May 28 at HAGIWARA PROJECTS, Tokyo.
“A New Experience of Love” is a video that I made in Chiang Mai.
I exhibit this work as a video installation for this solo show.
Opening party is at Saturday, May 28, 6 pm – 8 pm. Welcome everyone.
http://www.hagiwaraprojects.com/index_en.php

A New Experience of Love
May 28, 2016 – June 25, 2016
Reception for the artist: May 28 18:00 – 20:00
11:00 – 19:00 (Closed on Sun., Mon. and national holidays)
HAGIWARA PROJECTS

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RETURN TO
TWS Creator-in-Residence 2015-2016

Date: 2016.04.16(Sat) – 2016.05.29(Sun)
Closed: 4/18・25、5/2・9・16・23
Time: 11:00 – 19:00
Admission: Free
Organize: Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder SiteCooperation: Berlin City, Kunstraum Kreuzberg/Bethanien (Berlin, Germany), Taipei Artist Village, Treasure Hill Artist Village (Taipei, Taiwan), Matadero Madrid (Spain, Madrid)
Venue: TWS Hongo
http://www.tokyo-ws.org/english/archive/2016/03/H0416.shtml

Artist:
Kyunchome
Maiko Jinushi
Yusuke Taninaka
Kaya Hanasaki

This exhibition “RETERN TO” introduces the works of 4 creators who participated in the Residency Programs by Tokyo Wonder Site, and were sent to each city such as Berlin, Madrid and Taipei in 2015. Being away from Japan for a while, they discovered something new and obtained extraordinary experiences that must have influenced their creation in their career while encountering different culture.

【EVENT】
Artist Talk
2016/4/16 (Sat) 15:00-

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Unusualness Makes Sense –
Alternative Art Practices by Thai and Japanese Artists

I participate in a group exhibition in Chiang Mai, Thailand. Five Japanese artists go to Chiang Mai for a month for research, then make an exhibition with two Thai artists. This program is organized by Art Center Ongoing (Tokyo) and Chiang Mai Art Conversation (CAC) (Chiang Mai).

Unusualness Makes Sense – Alternative Art Practices by Thai and Japanese Artists
Date: 18 – 25 February 2016
Exhibition Location: Chiang Mai University Art Center
Opening and Symposium: 20 February, 6 pm at Chiang Mai University Art Center

Artists:
1. Jiratchaya Pripwai, Thailand
2. Chiang Mai Collective (CMC) – Arnont Nongyao & Thatchatham Silsupan, Thailand
3. Kenji Ide, Japan
4. Yuya Koyama, Japan
5. Marico Aoki, Japan
6. Akiko Kinugawa, Japan
7. Maiko Jinushi, Japan

Curators:
1. Nozomu Ogawa, Art Center Ongoing,Tokyo, Japan
2. Sutthirat Supaparinya, Chiang Mai Art Conversation, Thailand

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ZERO GRAVITY
El Ranchito Korea-Japan

I participate in a group show in Matadero Madrid, Spain. This exhibition is a part of a residency program.

November 27th, 2015 – January 10th, 2016
NAVE 16 (Matadero Madrid)
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This new edition of El Ranchito presents the work of eight artists from Spain, Japan and Korea, selected through public open calls organised by Matadero Madrid and the centres it has partnered with in this edition: Tokyo Wonder Site (TWS) and the Goyang Residency Centre of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Korea (MMCA).

The artists and researchers who took part in this edition are Gun-hee Kim and Part-Time Suite from Korea, Nobuaki Itoh and Maiko Jinushi from Japan and Abelardo G. Fournier, Helena Grande, Jonathan Notario and Alejandra Pombo from Spain.

Zero Gravity is the title chosen jointly by the artists-in-residence. It is a reference to an environment of new conditions that one attempts to adapt to, a situation that is often replicated in the artist residency model, where artists look for a new ecosystem to inspire and enable development of their projects.

Matadero Madrid and AECID would like to thank the artists who participated in this edition for their work and effort during the residency. We would also like to thank our partner institutions for their collaboration and support, as well as Aleix Plademunt and Lys Villalba, the two Spanish artists currently undertaking a residency in Tokyo Wonder Site as part of the resident exchange programme, and Cristina Maya, who is undertaking a residency at the MMCA’s Goyang Centre.

The warm reception that the El Ranchito Residency Programme has met with has prompted us to continue to develop new exchange opportunities, working with new centres and creation spaces around the world. Three new open calls are currently underway for participation in the first edition of El Ranchito 2016, which will consist of two periods of residency: an initial residency in Matadero Madrid, coinciding with the ARCO Fair, and a second residency in the autumn at the HIAP (Helsinki), TWS (Tokyo) and Artista x Artista (Havana) centres.

The partnership between AECID and Matadero Madrid will thus continue in the year 2016, with a view towards further increasing the number of cultural agents (residency centres, artists, curators, etc.) that comprise the broad international network which gives shape to El Ranchito.

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A Hole of Mine, A Hole of Art

I participate in a group show.

April 3, 2015 – April 26, 2015
12:00-19:00 (Opened only Friday, Saturday and Sunday)
Place: SPACE 23℃
http://space23c.com

Tomohito Ishii, Saeka Enokura, Maiko Jinushi, Akira Takaishi, Tomohiro Masuda

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3331 Art Fair 2015

I participate in 3331 Art Fair 2015.
http://artfair.3331.jp/

March 21, 2015 – March 29, 2015
11:00-20:00
Place: 3331 Arts Chiyoda

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TERATOTERA Festival - Encounter -

I participate in a film screening.

February 22, 2015
13:00-14:40
17:30-19:10

Place: Musashino Geno Gekijo
Entrance fee:¥1,000

Taro Izumi, Kenji Ide, Hiroyuki Oki, Takuro Kotaka, Keisuke Sagiyama, Yusuke Shibata, Hikaru Suzuki, Maiko Jinushi, Atsushi Yamamoto, Masahiro Wada

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Big Mouth, Small Hands
or
Small Mouth, Big Hands

This is my solo show at Art Center Ongoing.
A new video work will be exhibited.

2015.01.07 – 2015.01.18
at Art Center Ongoing
■admission ¥400(with tea)
■Opening hours
Wednesday to Sunday: 12:00-21:00 ※Monday and Tuesday closed

■Opening Reception: Jan. 10 (sat) 19:00-
admission:¥1000(with food and one drink)

■Talk event: Jan. 11 (sun) 19:00- (Japanese language only)
Guest: Kohey Igarashi, Kouichi Kubodera
admission:¥1000(with one drink)

■Pre Ongoing School / Artist talk: ,Jan. 18 (sun) 15:00-
admission:¥1500 (with cake and one drink)

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COVERED TOKYO: Hikarie, 2014

My previous video works will be shown at the exhibition COVERED TOKYO curated by KAYOKOYUKI, TALION GALLERY, nap gallery, HAGIWARA PROJECTS.
http://www.coveredtokyo.com/en/index.php

Opening Reception: 10.29 Wed. 18:00-20:00
8/ CUBE 1, 2, 3 , 8/ COURT (Shibuya Hikarie 8F)
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EXHIBITION:
2014.10.29 Wed.- 11.10 Mon. 11:00-20:00

Ayako Ohno /Mari Ito / Tamotsu Kido /
Hiroyuki Nisougi / Yutaka Nozawa /
Soshi Matsunobe / Takuya Yamashita
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SCREENING:
2014.11.5 Wed.- 10 Mon. 11:00-20:00
*From 11.07.Fri to 09.Sun, the screening will be off at 5:00 pm for the preparation of the talk sessions.

Mariko Tomomasa / Hikari Suzuki /
Reiji saito / OLTA / Takafumi Saito /
Maiko Jinushi

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Dodge’s performance

Dodge will perform at mdlroom.

October 5, 2014
19:00 start
mdlroom
http://mdlroom.com/

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Ongoing Video Festival 2014

“Super Young Chili” will be screened at Ongoing Video Festival 2014.

October 5, 2014
19:00 start
Art Center Ongoing
http://www.ongoing.jp/en/artcenter/access/index.php

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Koganecho Bazaar 2014

My new video installation “The sound of a horse approaching” is exhibited at Koganecho Bazaar 2014.

Fictive Communities Asia – Koganecho Bazaar 2014 marks the beginning of its new phase as an international art exhibition. With the theme “Fictive Communities,” the exhibition will feature works artists who were selected in consultation with Eight national and international organization, as well as artists who made their way through the open call. Artworks will be exhibited throughout the town. The exhibition aims to situate Yokohama as an important cultural hub in Asia, and provide a new think-tank network and platform among the Asian art communities.
International symposium, theater program and event of local food will be held during the exhibition period.
http://www.koganecho.net/koganecho-bazaar-2014/en/
DATES: Fri, Aug. 1st- Mon, Nov. 3rd, 2014
OPEN: 11:00 am -19:00pm
CLOSED ON: Every 1st&3rd Thursday
VENUE:
・Koganecho Bazaar 2014 Passport(valid during entire event period):High school and above 700yen; Free for junior high school students and below 
*On-the-day tickets only
・Creative City Tie-Up Ticket:Koganecho Bazaar 2014+Yokohama Triennale 2014+BankART Life Ⅳ
[Advance]
Adults 2,000yen; University and College Students 1,500yen; High School Students 1,100yen
[On the day]
Adults 2,400yen; University and College Students 1,800yen; High School Students 1,400yen

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Fukuoka Independent Film Festival 2014

My previous short film “Super Young Chili” will be screened at Fukuoka Independent Film Festival 2014.

Screening day:
August 8th, 2014
August 12th, 2014

at Fukuoka Asian Art Museum
http://fidff.com/index.html#menu-32

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Public video recording “The Sound Of A Horse Approaching”

I and Erika Kikukawa will do Public video recording at blanClass (Yokohama). This is not only video recording but also performance. I will try to record how Kikukawa represents “the sound of a horse approaching” by drum performance. She is a drummer and also an actor. Recorded images will be shown to the audience at the same time.
http://blanclass.com/japanese/schedule/20140510/

DATE: May 10, 2014
OPEN: 18:30/ START: 19:30
PLACE: blanClass
MAP: http://blanclass.com/english/about-us/map/
ENTRANCE FEE: 1300 yen/ with one drink

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THE LAST BAUS × TERATOTERA 10×10

My new video work will be shown at BAUS THEATER, Tokyo.

April 27th, 2014
11:20-13:30 (Open:11:05)
at BAUS THEATER
entrance: 1500 yen
http://teratotera.jp/event/kichijoji2014/index.html

Artists:
Taro Izumi, Kenji Ide, Hiroyuki Oki, Takuro Kotaka, Keisuke Sagiyama,
Yusuke Shibata, Hikaru Suzuki, Maiko Jinushi, Atsushi Yamamoto, Masahiro Wada

After Talk Guest:
Akio Miyazawa

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Father and Mother

I will present all of my previous video works at this group exhibition in Tokyo. This exhibition focuses on four young video artists. Opening is on April 12.

“Father and Mother”
2014.4.12 – 2014.5.3
TALION GALLERY
http://www.taliongallery.com/eng/upcoming/
Artists:
Maiko Jinushi, Aya Momose, Yuko Ozawa, Hikaru Suzuki
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Reception for the Artists 2014.4.12 18:00-20:00
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Sendai CAMP

Super Young Chili will be shown at “Sendai CAMP” in Sendai.

“Sendai CAMP”
March 19 – 25, 2014
PLACE: Whole Hole Hall : HŌLU
http://sendai.survivart.net/?page_id=301
Co-organizer: Survivart
http://sendai.survivart.net/

*March 24*
19:00-22:00 | Screening and Discussion
Jun Kawata, Maiko Jinushi and Aya Momose
Entrance fee: 1000 yen
Please make a reservation from this page;
http://ca-mp.blogspot.jp/2014/03/camp.html

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CINEDRIVE 2014

“Super Young Chili” will be shown at CINEDRIVE 2014. CINEDRIVE is the independent film festival in Osaka.
http://cinedrive2014.businesscatalyst.com/

•March 21•
10 am, at Planet Plus 1 / 9 pm, at Theater Seven
•March 22•
5 pm, at TENGEKI kinema toron
•March 23•
2 pm, at Irorimura

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A VOYAGE TO THE CHILI RAIN SEASON

Three films by Maiko Jinushi (Tokyo)
Music performance by Dodge (Tokyo)
This presentation served in collaboration with Karina Roosvita (Yogya)

3 & 4 January 2014
Start at 8.00 pm
Ruang MES 56,
Jalan Minggiran No. 16 A,
Yogyakarta

This event is the screening of three films by Maiko Jinushi (Tokyo). “Super Young Chili” (2013) is comedy about the art world. It had be shown at Yoyo Art Bar, Koganecho Bazaar 2013, Yokohama. “Here and There, Spring and Winter” (2012) is the feature film about people lived in Tokyo after the earthquake and Fukushima disaster. It had be shown at Art Center Ongoing, Fukuoka Independent Film Festival and Theater Image Forum. “Voice” (2011) is her first video work and it is about individual confession. It had be shown at Art Center Ongoing.

The presentation will be accompanied with Dodge (Tokyo) performance. Dodge is a sound and poetry reading performance group. The member is Maiko Jinushi, Hitomi Tada and Erika Kikukawa. In this time, Maiko and Hitomi will perform.

This event collaborates with Karina Roosvita (Yogya) to improve the mood of the presentation.

Maiko Jinushi (born in 1984) is an artist based in Tokyo. She obtained her master degree in Painting, at Tama Art University, Tokyo. She was interested in personal stories and used it in her drawings along with poetic yet long titles. These long titles were extended into short stories and she reads them as her performance. In 2010, she started to develop her storytelling practices into video works. Her works were shown at Art Center Ongoing (Tokyo), Art Award Tokyo (Tokyo) and Fukuoka Independent Film Festival (Fukuoka).

Video screening kali ini akan menampilkan 3 (tiga) film oleh Maiko Jinushi (Tokyo). Film pertama berjudul “Super Young Chili” (2013), sebuah film komedi pendek mengenai dunia seni yang telah diputar di Yoyo Art Bar, Koganecho Bazaar 2013, Yokohama dengan Wok The Rock sebagai salah seorang pemerannya. Video kedua berjudul “Here and There, Spring and Winter” (2012), merupakan film panjang mengenai perasaan-perasaan penduduk Tokyo setelah gempa besar dan tragedi Fukushima. Film ini telah diputar di Art Center Ongoing, Fukuoka Independent Film Festival dan Theater Image Forum. Sedangkan film ketiga berjudul “Voice” (2011), berisikan pengakuan-pengakuan personal yang merupakan karya pertama Maiko. Film ini juga telah diputar di Art Center Ongoing.

Selain pemutaran video, akan tampil juga grup musik Dodge (Tokyo), sebuah grup musik yang beranggotakan Maiko Jinushi, Hitomi Tada dan Erika Kikukawa, yang merupakan grup dengan ciri pembacaan puisi yang diiringi bebunyian. Penampilan Dodge kali ini diwakili oleh Maiko dan Hitomi.

Untuk memperkental mood selama presentasi, event ini berkolaborasi dengan Karina Roosvita (Jogja) yang akan mendokumentasikan ekspresi-ekspresi penonton selama pemutaran.

Maiko Jinushi (lahir 1984) adalah seorang seniman yang tinggal di Tokyo. Dia mendapatkan gelar Master di bidang Seni Lukis dari Tama Art University, Tokyo. Dia tertarik dengan cerita-cerita personal dan menggunakannya dalam gambar dengan judul panjang yang puitis. Judul-judul panjang ini lalu dikembangkan menjadi cerita pendek yang ia bacakan sebagai performance. Mulai tahun 2010, dia mulai mengembangkan praktik berceritanya ke dalam karya-karya video. Karya-karyanya dipamerkan di Art Center Ongoing (Tokyo), Art Award Tokyo (Tokyo) dan Fukuoka Independent Film Festival (Fukuoka).

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Jadwal / Schedule

3 January 2014:
1. Super Young Chili (27 mins)
2. Voice (11 mins)

4 January 2014:
1. Here and There, Spring and Winter (77 mins)
2. Voice (11 mins)
3. Music performance by Dodge

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Residency at KUNCI Cultural Studies Center

Now I am staying at KUNCI Cultural Studies Center, Yogyakarta, Indonesia for a month and a half.

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The screening of “Super young chili”

My new film “Super young chili” will be shown at YOYO art bar on September 27th. The story is about the girl who wants to be an artist.
The trailer:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Us0zU2LUgs

DATE: September 27th, 2013
TIME: 20:00-20:30
PLACE: 〒231-0053 横浜市中区初音町1-23-3
http://www.koganecho.net/koganecho-bazaar-2013/map/t10hatsune.html

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Fukuoka Independent Film Festival 2013

My film “Here and there, spring and winter” (2012) will be shown at Fukuoka Independent Film Festival 2013.

DATE: September 5th, 2013
TIME: 13:00-
WEBSITE:http://fidff.com/index.html#menu-1
INFORMATION:http://fidff.com/com/2013-024.html

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YOYO ART BAR: In Search Of Art & Music Project in Japan

I will have a live performance in Koganecho at March 28.
This event is organized by the Indonesian artist Wok The Rock and the Japanese artist Kenji Ide.

This is a video of our previous performance.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3oYpnk7pt7E

AND this is the official web site.
http://koganecho.net/contents/event-exhibition/event-exhibition-584.html

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Talks & Performances by
Wok The Rock & Kenji Ide,
Dodge, Takashi Kawanishi, Momoko Johansson
  
Thursday, March 28th, 2013
19.00-23.00
(Performances until 21.30)

Site-B, Beneath the Keikyu Train Line, Koganecho Area

Free!
Bring your own drinks!

Access
5 minute walk from Hinodecho or Koganecho Station on Keikyu Line
1-4 Koganecho, Naka-ku, Yokohama
Contact
Koganecho Area Management Center
TEL: 045-261-5467
info@koganecho.net