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3331 Presents TOKYO: Part2

3331 Presents TOKYO: Part2
7th August-29th August 2010
closed on: Mondays and between 14th-16th August
Sunday-Thursday 12:00-19:00 Friday/Saturday 12:00-20:00
1F Main Gallery

Following the celebrations of its grand opening 3331 is pleased to announce the the upcoming exhibition "3331 Presents TOKYO : Part 2". Part 2 brings together groups undertaking social engagement in the promotion of a shared borderless horizon, including; student networks, regional cultural resources, environmental engagements and alternative media and more, throwing a new light upon the role of art in society.

3331 Arts Chiyoda Grand Open Exhibition「3331 Presents Tokyo : Part 2」
Dates:  7th -29th August 2010
     Closed on Mondays (and between 14th-16th August for Obon Festival)
Opening Hours: Sunday-Thursday 12:00-19:00、Friday-Saturday 12:00-20:00
Entrance Fee: Free of Charge
Organizers: 3331 Arts Chiyoda

Able Art Japan
Able Art Japan is a non-profit organization which aims to realize the appreciation of many different values in society through the promotion of art created by people with disabilities. Able Art provides Japan's first commercial gallery for the promotion of work produced by artists with disabilities and an art studio at 3331.
In this exhibition Able Art will be collaborating with a similar organization based in Korea and introduce works by artists with psychological disabilities, which will ask us to consider the culture of human expression.

Sento Shinkousha
Through facilitating events which take public baths as their stage, supporting the culture of scenic paintings in such spaces and sharing information about public baths on the internet this organization aims to initiate a rediscovery of the significance of these cultural spaces.
In this exhibition the team will publicly create a "bath house painting" through the support of local shops and businesses, pointing towards a communication between the viewer, the community and the public bath. When the painting is completed it will be installed in a local public bath in Chiyoda Ward.

Ono Shouichi
Ono is undertaking a large scale project documenting the population of Japan over 100 years of age. Through taking their photos he aims to capture the vitality of life and the beauty of a smiling face for future generations, and allow the viewer to appreciate the inner-strength which these people possess. Ono is currently making an open call for people over 100 living in Tokyo to join his project. The photographer Ono will in this exhibition present a selection of his works depicting people from all over the country who have reached the age of over 100.

Hafu Project
The HAFU Project deals with the experiences of people with half Japanese identity. This project, especially invited by 3331, will present a series of photographs and interviews of people who have a mixed ethnic background, come to be known as "Half/hafu" in Japanese, and approaching their position from an outward sociological perspective. In the flowing changes of culture and nationality, what does the word "half" mean? In this work photographer Natalie Maya Willer and researcher Marcia Yumi Lise pursue this question.

A planning unit which focuses on the cross over of advertising, education and art. From its base at 3331 Himanainu realizes various projects such as local walking tour workshops and a night school for adults. In this exhibition they will consider the role of social media in communication and propose meaningful ways of connecting with each other.

An organization supporting user interface, information architecture and the IT access in order to promote the benefits of the internet.

Tokyo Art Point Project
Tokyo Art Point Project is engaged in creatively promoting the citizen/community participation in the appreciation of Tokyo, activities include the nurturing the talents of individuals through various projects, meetings, lectures and seminars. Here they will present the activities of a number of projects they are supporting: Student Media Centre - Nanairochannel, Insideout/Tokyo Project and Tokyo Art Research Lab.

The organizers of national competitions for high school students in film, music and animation as well as publishers of the magazine "Ss'" promoting the work of creative high school students. SMN will here present some of the recommended artists who have recently participated in the high school art competition.

Street Media are engaged in projects of area casting, which aims to activate people and promote regional development by means of information distribution linked with digital signage and mobile phone services.
At "3331 presents Tokyo" Streetmedia will utilize their digital signage "Touch!Vision" to distribute information about 3331.

Le Couple Noir
Promoting circus as a theatrical art in Japan through productions, workshops, publications and education programs. Le Couple Noir will here present photographs and posters of the highly artistic circus productions of French companies Cirque Trottola and Compagnie Jerome Thomas.

Sustina Japan
Sustaina Japan creates a framework of support for small creative businesses offering consulting in marketing, promotion and the establishment of brands. As part of "3331 presents Tokyo" Sustina Japan will hold a series of dance performances which bring together ballet and contemporary dance.

<A window on Tokyo>
3331 Arts Chiyoda is a space for many different people to come together and build new dialogues. In order to encourage this spirit of exchange and to highlight the vast creativity of the city in this exhibition 3331 is also inviting outside organizations and individuals to present their activities.

■Volume 1 : 7th-13th August: Child's Play - Introducing the activities of various groups, organizations and companies promoting creative engagement of children. From children's workshops to products to information exchange, creating an environment which is fun for both children and adults alike.

■Volume 2  : 20th-29th August: TOKYO DIVERSITY
In the second volume of this exhibition 3331 is particularly keen to highlight the rich diversity of Tokyo's population and highlight the significant contribution made by the city's international community to this creative environment.