Desire of translation and  beyond translation of cultures Shihoko IIDA Visiting Curator Australian Centre of Asia Pacific ...
Tokyo Opera City cultural complex
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery Entrance
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘My Home is Yours, Your Home is Mine’ 2001 Co-curated by Hou Hanru, Jerôme Sans in collaborat...
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Doug Aitken: new ocean’ 2002 new ocean  2001 Produced by the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaude...
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Under Construction’ 2002-03  Co-organised by Tokyo Opera City Cultural Foundation and the Ja...
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Jean Nouvel’ 2003-2004 Co-organised by Tokyo Opera City Cultural Foundation and Suntory Muse...
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Why not live for Art?’ 2004 Curated by Shihoko Iida Installation view: T.R. collection (left...
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Wolfgang Tillmans: Freischwimmer’ 2004 Curated by Shihoko Iida Installation view Photo: Keiz...
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘ Stephen Balkenhol: Skulpturen und Reliefs ’ 2005 Co-organised by  Tokyo Opera City Cultural...
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Toyo Ito: The New “Real” in Architecture’ 2006 Co-organised by Tokyo Opera City Cultural Fou...
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Trace Elements: spirit and memory in Japanese and Australian photomedia’ 2008 Co-curated by ...
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Trace Elements: spirit and memory in Japanese and Australian photomedia’ 2008 Co-curated by ...
Performance Space at CarriageWorks, Sydney ‘Trace Elements: spirit and memory in Japanese and Australian photomedia’ 2009 ...
Performance Space at CarriageWorks, Sydney ‘Trace Elements: spirit and memory in Japanese and Australian photomedia’ 2009 ...
Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘KONOIKE Tomoko: Inter-Traveller’ 2009 Curated by Shihoko Iida Installation view Photo: Keizo...
Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art ‘The 6th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’ 2009-2010 Photo: Natash...
Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures <ul><li>From curatorial perspective </li></ul>
Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures [left]   SUGIMOTO Hiroshi,  Hall of Thirty-Three Bays (nos 1-24) ...
Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures [left]  MORIMURA Yasumasa ,  Doublonnage (Marcel) , 1988 [right] ...
Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures [left] Y.N.G. (Yoshitomo Nara and graf),  Y.N.G.M.S. (Y.N.G.'s Mo...
Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures [left] OHMAKI Shinji,  Memorial rebirth,  2009 [right] Y.N.G. (Yo...
Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures [left] Chawei TSAI ,  Mushroom mantra,  2009 [right] Gonkar Gyats...
Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures <ul><li>From linguistic perspective </li></ul>
 
2005-06  Co-curator, ‘Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia  Organised by the Japan Foun...
Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia  Organised by the Japan Foundation <ul><li>Backgro...
Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia  Organised by the Japan Foundation <ul><li>I  Cura...
Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia  Organised by the Japan Foundation <ul><li>II  Thi...
Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia  Organised by the Japan Foundation <ul><li>III  Ar...
Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia  Organised by the Japan Foundation <ul><li>IV  Exh...
Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia  Organised by the Japan Foundation Yutaka SONE and...
Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia  Organised by the Japan Foundation Lieko SHIGA, in...
Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia  Organised by the Japan Foundation <ul><li>V  Rela...
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Shihoko Iida speaks at the Museum and Gallery Services Qld / University of Queensland Art Museum Seminar, Models of Exchange, Residencies and Collaborations with Asia on 25 November 2010

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  1. 1. Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures Shihoko IIDA Visiting Curator Australian Centre of Asia Pacific Art Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art
  2. 2. Tokyo Opera City cultural complex
  3. 3. Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery Entrance
  4. 4. Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘My Home is Yours, Your Home is Mine’ 2001 Co-curated by Hou Hanru, Jerôme Sans in collaboration with Mami Kataoka Installation view: Surasi Kusolwong, Lucky Tokyo 2001, 2001 (front); Peripheriques, Poster Window , 2001 (back wall); Junya YAMAIDE, Project No. 23: curtain, 2001 (ceiling) Photo: Masataka Nakano
  5. 5. Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Doug Aitken: new ocean’ 2002 new ocean 2001 Produced by the Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo, Turin, presented in association with the Serpentine Gallery, London Installation view: new ocean cycle Photo: Keizo Kioku
  6. 6. Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Under Construction’ 2002-03 Co-organised by Tokyo Opera City Cultural Foundation and the Japan Foundation Installation view: CHEN Shaoxiong (on the both walls); Tsuyoshi OZAWA (middle) Photo: Keizo Kioku
  7. 7. Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Jean Nouvel’ 2003-2004 Co-organised by Tokyo Opera City Cultural Foundation and Suntory Museum, Osaka in collaboration with Asahi Shimbun. International touring exhibition openign at the Pompidou Centre, Paris in 2001. Installation view
  8. 8. Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Why not live for Art?’ 2004 Curated by Shihoko Iida Installation view: T.R. collection (left); 382 collection (right above); O.S. collection (right bottom) Photo: Keizo Kioku
  9. 9. Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Wolfgang Tillmans: Freischwimmer’ 2004 Curated by Shihoko Iida Installation view Photo: Keizo Kioku
  10. 10. Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘ Stephen Balkenhol: Skulpturen und Reliefs ’ 2005 Co-organised by Tokyo Opera City Cultural Foundation and Goethe-Institut Tokyo. Touring exhibition from the National Museum of Art, Osaka, in collaboration with Sprengel Museum Hannover Installation view Photo: Keizo Kioku
  11. 11. Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Toyo Ito: The New “Real” in Architecture’ 2006 Co-organised by Tokyo Opera City Cultural Foundation / Asahi Shimbun / NHK Promitions / Toyo Ito Exhibition Executive Committee Installation view Photo: Keizo Kioku
  12. 12. Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Trace Elements: spirit and memory in Japanese and Australian photomedia’ 2008 Co-curated by Bec Dean, Associate Director at Performance Space, Sydney and Shihoko Iida Installation view at TOCAG, 2008 Lieko SHIGA, from ‘Lilly’ and ‘Canary’ series, 2003-05 (left); Alex Davies, Dislocation, 2005-06 (right) Photo: Keizo Kioku
  13. 13. Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘Trace Elements: spirit and memory in Japanese and Australian photomedia’ 2008 Co-curated by Bec Dean, Associate Director at Performance Space, Sydney and Shihoko Iida Installation view at TOCAG, 2008 Teiji FURUHASHI , Lovers, 1994 (left); Seiichi FURUYA, from ‘Memories’, 1978-2007 (right) Photo: Keizo Kioku
  14. 14. Performance Space at CarriageWorks, Sydney ‘Trace Elements: spirit and memory in Japanese and Australian photomedia’ 2009 Co-curated by Bec Dean, Associate Director at Performance Space, Sydney and Shihoko Iida Installation view at Performance Space, Sydney Jane Burton, Wormwood #1-9, 2006-07 (left); opening view on 19 February, 2009 (right)
  15. 15. Performance Space at CarriageWorks, Sydney ‘Trace Elements: spirit and memory in Japanese and Australian photomedia’ 2009 Co-curated by Bec Dean, Associate Director at Performance Space, Sydney and Shihoko Iida Installation view at Performance Space, Sydney Kazuna TAGUCHI (left); Sophie Kahn, Untitled, 2005 (right)
  16. 16. Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery ‘KONOIKE Tomoko: Inter-Traveller’ 2009 Curated by Shihoko Iida Installation view Photo: Keizo Kioku
  17. 17. Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art ‘The 6th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’ 2009-2010 Photo: Natasha Harth Courtesy: Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art
  18. 18. Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures <ul><li>From curatorial perspective </li></ul>
  19. 19. Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures [left] SUGIMOTO Hiroshi, Hall of Thirty-Three Bays (nos 1-24) , 1995 [right] TOYA Shigeo, Woods III , 1991-92
  20. 20. Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures [left] MORIMURA Yasumasa , Doublonnage (Marcel) , 1988 [right] MURAKAMI Takashi, And then, and then and then and then and then , 1994
  21. 21. Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures [left] Y.N.G. (Yoshitomo Nara and graf), Y.N.G.M.S. (Y.N.G.'s Mobile Studio) , 2009 [right] MURAKAMI Takashi, artelligent city / Shacho (from 'Takashi Murakami mini Museum' set)
  22. 22. Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures [left] OHMAKI Shinji, Memorial rebirth, 2009 [right] Y.N.G. (Yoshitomo Nara and graf), The play house (for Kids APT6) 2009 Photo: Natasha Harth / Courtesy: Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art
  23. 23. Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures [left] Chawei TSAI , Mushroom mantra, 2009 [right] Gonkar Gyatso, Funky Buddhas (for Kids APT6), 2009 Photo: Natasha Harth / Courtesy: Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art
  24. 24. Desire of translation and beyond translation of cultures <ul><li>From linguistic perspective </li></ul>
  25. 26. 2005-06 Co-curator, ‘Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia Organised by the Japan Foundation
  26. 27. Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia Organised by the Japan Foundation <ul><li>Background: One of major art events organised by the Japan Foundation as a part of the 2006 Australia-Japan Year of Exchange. </li></ul><ul><li>Theme given by the JF: ‘What is contemporary Japan?’ </li></ul><ul><li>Curatorial aim: </li></ul><ul><li>I. not to simply introduce/export contemporary Japanese art as a package to abroad, but to infiltrate the diversity as a living experience for Australian audiences. </li></ul><ul><li>II. to present multidisciplinary practices of Japanese artists which are not based on binary oppositional way of thinking, without being trapped by superficial cultural representation of Japan such as relationship with nature, tradition and zen as well as high-tech, pop, superflat, otaku and kawii culture. </li></ul><ul><li>Curatorial methodology: Curatorial-in-progress style. </li></ul>
  27. 28. Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia Organised by the Japan Foundation <ul><li>I Curatorial Exchange </li></ul><ul><li>May 2005 </li></ul><ul><li>Japanese curators traveled to Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne for research </li></ul><ul><li>September 2005 </li></ul><ul><li>Australian curators traveled to Osaka, Kyoto, Tokyo and Echigo-Tsumari in Niigata for research </li></ul><ul><li>February 2006 </li></ul><ul><li>Japanese curators and several artists traveled to Melbourne, Sydney, Darwin and Perth for research and meetings </li></ul>Research trip in Sydney, 2005 (top) Research trip in Echigo-Tsumari in Niigata, 2005 (bottom)
  28. 29. Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia Organised by the Japan Foundation <ul><li>II Thinking </li></ul><ul><li>Three Serial ‘Open seminars’ in Tokyo </li></ul><ul><li>22 February, 3 March, 8 March in 2006 </li></ul><ul><li>One of Japanese curatorial advisors hosted artists and professionals from the field of contemporary art, architecture and sociology each time, and discussed a particular theme and issues to deepen participants’ knowledge on contemporary Japanese society. </li></ul><ul><li>I Curatorial Exchange </li></ul><ul><li>May 2005 </li></ul><ul><li>Japanese curators travelled to Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne for research </li></ul><ul><li>September 2005 </li></ul><ul><li>Australian curators travelled to Osaka, Kyoto, Tokyo and Echigo-Tsumari in Niigata for research </li></ul><ul><li>February 2006 </li></ul><ul><li>Japanese curators and several artists travelled to Melbourne, Sydney, Darwin and Perth for research and meetings </li></ul>
  29. 30. Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia Organised by the Japan Foundation <ul><li>III Artist-in-Residence in Australia, 2006 </li></ul><ul><li>2 August – 7 September 木村友紀 Yuki KIMURA </li></ul><ul><li>stayed in Monash University Museum of Art, Melbourne </li></ul><ul><li>2 August – 30 September 志賀理江子 Lieko SHIGA </li></ul><ul><li>stayed in IMA: Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane </li></ul><ul><li>4 August – 25 September 照屋勇賢 Yuken TERUYA </li></ul><ul><li>stayed in Artspace, Sydney </li></ul><ul><li>6 September – 22 September 高嶺格 Tadasu TAKAMINE </li></ul><ul><li>stayed in 24 Hours Art, Darwin </li></ul><ul><li>6 September – 15 September 高谷史郎 Shiro TAKATANI </li></ul><ul><li>stayed in PICA: Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Perth </li></ul><ul><li>16 September – 30 September 高谷史郎 Shiro TAKATANI </li></ul><ul><li>stayed in Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne </li></ul><ul><li>1 October - 15 October 高橋匡太 Kyota TAHAKASHI </li></ul><ul><li>stayed in Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces, Melbourne </li></ul>
  30. 31. Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia Organised by the Japan Foundation <ul><li>IV Exhibition </li></ul><ul><li>Participating artists: </li></ul><ul><li>20 Japanese units/artists </li></ul><ul><li>Workshop and Lecture: </li></ul><ul><li>by Atelier Bow Wow + Taira NISHIZAWA in Melbourne </li></ul><ul><li>Exhibition venues: </li></ul><ul><li>9 venues in Melbourne </li></ul><ul><li>1 venue in Sydney </li></ul><ul><li>1 venue in Perth </li></ul>Workshop and Lecture by Atelier Bow Wow + Taira NISHIZAWA in collaboration with RMIT University, City Square, Melbourne, 2006
  31. 32. Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia Organised by the Japan Foundation Yutaka SONE and Jin KURASHIGE, installation view at RMIT Gallery, Melbourne, 2006 (top) Tomoaki ISHIHARA, installation view at Monash University Art Museum, Melbourne, 2006 (bottom) Shiro TAKATANI, installation view at West Space, Melbourne, 2006
  32. 33. Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia Organised by the Japan Foundation Lieko SHIGA, installation view at Seventh Gallery, Melbourne, 2006 (top) Naohiro UKAWA, installation view at West Space, Melbourne, 2006 (bottom) Rei NAITO, installation view at Nillumbik Shire’s Birrarung, Eltham, 2006
  33. 34. Rapt! 20 contemporary artists from Japan’, multiple cities in Australia Organised by the Japan Foundation <ul><li>V Relating Events/Projects </li></ul><ul><li>12 and 13 October: </li></ul><ul><li>Public Projection by Kyota TAKAHASHi in Melbourne </li></ul><ul><li>13 October 2006: </li></ul><ul><li>Bus trip and ceremony by Rei NAITO in Eltham (suburb in Melbourne) </li></ul><ul><li>14 October 2006: </li></ul><ul><li>Screening and Symposium at the Asialink Centre in Melbourne </li></ul><ul><li>2 publications (catalogue and document) </li></ul>Rei NAITO, ceremony view Seeing-off boats day at Birrarung, Eltham, 13 October 2006 (top) Kyota TAKAHASHi, Public Projection at Lonsdale (Power Station), Melbourne, 12 and 13 October 2006 (bottom)
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