“Ta-Co,” a visual device consisting of a rotating drum and transparent panels, generates images in real-time, while “Shibaki” is a musical instrument that combines a drum kit, a self-built controller, a stringed instrument and a toy pulley. These two devices, handmade using digital and analog technologies, fill the venue of this performance with visuals and sounds. Usaginingen have gained a high international reputation for their fantastic vision, and today run their own theater on Teshima in the Seto Inland Sea, while creating works inspired by their daily life on the island.
Date: 2.19 Sat. 14:00- / 18:00-
Venue: Tokyo Photographic Art Museum 1F Hall
Ticket: ¥1,500 [advance] / ¥1,800 [door]
After the performance of the 14:00 program (ca. 1 hour), visitors are free to inspect the projection device and musical instrument. This program is especially recommended to families with children. However, you will need to purchase an extra ticket if your child requires an individual seat.
18:00 program w/ talk session (Guest: NAKAJIMA Ko)
The 18:00 program (ca. 1 hour) will be followed by a talk session with special guest, artist Nakajima Ko. If you want to take your time and enjoy the show, we recommend this program.