＜Open Call Project SOCIAL DIVE＞
“Tokyo Big Stands” is a project that builds settlements of empty architecture, which are made of materials such as bamboo and scrap wood, across empty spaces in Tokyo. These will become havens, what we call “Asyl”, where people can continue selling their own items and expressing themselves freely. Throughout the Tokyo Biennale, the venues will proliferate from left to right. Liberated areas made where you can live to your fullest will become a reality in Tokyo, Japan’s center, offering new lifestyles to participants.
As part of the larger plan, “Listening to Tokyo”is a project that takes your special records and replays them with enhanced sound quality. The resulting “salon” will become a space where participants can exchange their sentiments and stories surrounding the music (records) while enjoying the high quality sound.
(As of March 2020)
1: “CheLin” house, 2017, Kuma Art Museum (Kumakogencho, Ehime Prefecture)
2: “Hachioji, explicit and cool” explicit stage, 2019 Caffs kura (Hachioji U-road, Tokyo)
3: “Shiinamachi Salon” 2015, Ikebukuro Monparnasse Kaiyu Art Galleries (Shiinamachi, Tokyo)