“UNDERSTANDING – ART & RESEARCH” / Tokyo University of the Arts

Lucie Strecker: Glove: Handschuh für Publikum mit Sensoren zur Hautwiderstandsmessung © Spieß / Strecker / Projekt: The Performative Biofact

08.11.2019 – 19.11.2019, Tokio.
What artistic research can and wants to be: The University of Applied Arts Vienna as a guest in Tokyo.

The exhibition “UNDERSTANDING – ART & RESEARCH” will be shown in Tokyo to mark the tenth anniversary of the relationship between the University of Applied Arts Vienna and the Tokyo University of the Arts.

The exhibition focuses on the understanding of artistic research and as a consequence on perception and experience. With the aim of contributing to the transformation of society, the projects move between research and teaching, science and art, design and architecture.

On display are twelve projects, artistic positions by Barbara Graf and the audio-visual documentation of all projects previously shown at UNDERSTANDING – ART & RESEARCH.

Participating Projects:

Choreo-ethical assemblages: narrations of bare bodies / Leitung Mariella Greil
Co-corporeality / Leitung Barbara Imhof, Daniela Mitterberger, Tiziano Derme
Conceptual Joining / Leitung Gerald Kaltenbrunner
Contingent Agencies / Leitung Nikolaus Gansterer
Curiouser and curiouser, cried Alice / Leitung Anab Jain, Time’s Up
Dancing with the nonhuman / Leitung Petra Gemeinböck
D.A.S. Dementia. Arts. Society. / Leitung Ruth Mateus-Berr
Data Loam / Leitung Virgil Widrich
Reflecting Oil / Leitung Ernst Logar
Reset the Apparatus! / Leitung Edgar Lissel
Socially aligned visual Arts technology and perception / Leitung Gerald Bast, Martin Kusch, Ruth Schnell

08.11.2019 – 19.11.2019
Tokyo University of the Arts, Painting Department
12-8 Uenokoen, Taito City
Tokyo 110-8714, Japan