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Kids meet 04 Yudai Iikawa “Decorator Club – For an audience of 0 or more people” Applications will be accepted from 6/28 (Friday)!

Kids meet 04 Yudai Iikawa “Decorator Club – For an audience of 0 or more people” Applications will be accepted from 6/28 (Friday)!
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Press release: June 27, 2024
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Kids meet 04 Yudai Iikawa “Decorator Club – For an audience of 0 or more people” Applications will be accepted from 6/28 (Friday)! *July 27th (Sat) + 28th (Sun), 2024 This is a two-day workshop where you will go out into the streets of Shibuya and do something for someone somewhere. *
Design: Kiyoshi Takami
Tokyo’s Shibuya Koen-dori Gallery has recently welcomed artist Yudai Iikawa as an instructor for Kids Meet 04 as a summer program for children.
Yudai Iikawa’s “Decorator Club – For an audience of 0 or more people” will be held on Saturday, July 27th and Sunday, July 28th, 2024.

Do something for someone somewhere in the streets of Shibuya. Maybe people will see it, maybe they won’t notice it, maybe they’ll notice it, but they won’t notice it, but once they do, we’ll create a mechanism that they can’t take their eyes off of. This is a workshop where you can learn about various things, such as changes in your senses and how you see things. Adults can also participate this time.

Yudai Iikawa’s works are also on display at the current exhibition “Nichijou Update” (until September 1st). Enjoy the workshop together!
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Event overview
Title Children’s program Kids meet 04
Yudai Iikawa “Decorator Club – For an audience of 0 or more people” Date and time: One program over two days. ※Rain or shine
~Program flow~
* [First day* ]
* July 27, 2024 (Saturday) 10:00-16:00 Practice on this day? * 10:00 Meeting/Workshop explanation
~Walk around town and create together~
12:00 Lunch *Food and drinks are available at the venue. Get some rest. ~ Production/Exhibition ~ We will consult, create, and make interim presentations!
16:00 Dismissal
[* the 2nd day* ]
* July 28, 2024 (Sunday) 10:00-16:00 Actual! * 10:00 gathering ~Production/Exhibition~
12:00 Lunch *Food and drinks are available at the venue. Get some rest. ~ Production/Exhibition ~ Go out into the city and admire the works together! 16:00 Dismissal
Venue: Shibuya Koen-dori Gallery, Tokyo
(1F Shibuya Labor Welfare Hall, 1-19-8 Jinnan, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo) Lecturer Yudai Iikawa
Target: Elementary school students – people who were kids in the past *Parents and children of infants can also participate.
*Anyone can participate, regardless of whether or not they have a disability. Participation fee free
Capacity: 10 groups *In principle, those who can participate for 2 days How to participate Please fill in the necessary information from the application form on the official website.
Application period: June 28, 2024 (Friday) to July 15, 2024 (Monday) *If there are many applications, a lottery will be held. Only the winners will be contacted by email by Wednesday, July 17th.
Support Sign language, writing board
*In order to make your participation enjoyable, our gallery’s viewing supporters will provide assistance with sign language, etc. as needed. *If you need anything else to participate, please feel free to contact us. Sponsored by Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Tokyo Shibuya Koen-dori Gallery Official website https://inclusion-art.jp/s/kids04

■Lecturer introduction
* Takehiro Iikawa *
Born in Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture in 1981. Graduated from Seian University of Art and Design Department of Information Design Video Class. Started creating Decorator Club in 2007.
An installation work (for 0 or more viewers), in which spaces and objects that transform through the viewer’s active involvement with the work are connected to events that occur simultaneously in another location, and “Someone’s Lost Items.” Her works, such as Berry Heavy Bag, which seems like a strange thing, and Kobayashi the Pink Cat, a three-dimensional work of a large cat that cannot be seen in its entirety, positively capture the coincidences that occur due to the viewer’s actions, and provoke thinking in the viewer. I create works that continue to evolve.
Major exhibitions include “The Realm of the Senses: What it means to experience now” (National Museum of Art, Osaka, 2022), “Decorator Club: Happening at the same time or noticing with a delay” (Hakone Open-Air Museum, 2022), “Decorator Club: Rulers and Ropes for the Future” (Kirishima Art Forest, 2023), etc. In 2024, there will be a solo exhibition “Decorator Club: New Display” at CAPSULE, a permanent exhibition at Takamatsu City Museum of Art, and a group exhibition at Tottori Prefectural Museum “What is art?
Many participants including “Sobu no Natsu Yasumi”! In May, we will publish our first collection of works, “Decorator Club” (Published by Akakasha/Sendai Mediatheque)!

* ■What is Kids meet?*
The children’s program “Kids meet” series is
We create opportunities for children from a variety of backgrounds to have chance encounters, encounter things they can’t even imagine, and engage in dialogue through art experiences. Through this experience, we aim to create a place where children’s perspectives and
perspectives on the world expand, and where they can respect various values ​​and draw out their rich imaginations.

*Kids meet 04*
Kids meet
In 04, we will welcome Yudai Iikawa, who focuses on the things and things that are overlooked in everyday life and the uncertainties of people’s memories, and creates works that shake the viewer’s perception. They will display their own creations in the streets of Shibuya, and everyone will follow the hints as they search for and appreciate each work. This is a workshop where you can learn about various things, such as changes in your senses and how you see things.

■* “Decorator Club – For an audience of zero or more people”* *Make Space! Use Space!/Make Space, Use Space*
When I was attending a soccer school in Kobe because I wanted to get better at soccer, coach Nelson taught me the “Make space!
The word “space!” Where to get the pass
Before play stops because there is no place to run, you must first move and create a free space, and then use that space. I think this word also applies to my work as a writer. There are many artists, and there are already many interesting works and expressions.
So, whether or not you have the opportunity to present your work, it would be nice if you could create your own place and timing and “set up” the audience anytime and anywhere. To someone somewhere in the streets of Shibuya
Do something towards it. Maybe people will see it, maybe they won’t notice it, maybe they’ll notice it but they won’t notice it, but once they do, we’ll create a mechanism that they can’t take their eyes off of. For an audience of 0 or more people!
* Yudai Iikawa *
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