I’m pleased to announce our participation in the group exhibition SOFT CITY, at Schloss Biesdorf, Berlin.
For this show I collaborated with a great artist, my art sensei, and last but not least my husband, Yukihiro Taguchi. We have been all around the east neighborhood of Berlin, Marzahn-Hellersdorf, drawing and shooting a stop-motion animation video, watching the city through a glass window…got curious? Come to see our short movie and installation at the exhibition!
The VERNISSAGE on Friday the 7th.
Music Live: End of Dimension
Performance: Yuji Ueno
+ Japanese Tea Ceremony
WHEN: from 7th September 2018 till 25th January 2019
WHERE: Schloss Biesdorf, Alt Biesdorf 55, 12683 Berlino
More info at the Facebook event page here: SOFT CITY – STADT & KUNST // JAPAN & BERLIN
Florian Baron/Jenny Fadranski,
David Bauer, Linda Havenstein
Yukihiro Taguchi/Chiara Ciccarello
Katsuhito Nakazato/Sugano Matsusaki
Concept and Curatos: Titus Spree, Linda Havenstein, Karin Scheel
My residency in Ginoza is finished and I’m back to Berlin.
It was such an intense experience and I learned so much, I had the chance to work on a huge theater project ad met great artist and people that I will never forget, I had 2 workshop with the children of the primary school in Ginoza and I’m so thankful because they teached me so much and remember me to keep watching the world with amazed eyes. I also had 2 exhibition, one in Ginoza and one in Naha.
It was lot of work, but I’m so glad I had this opportunity and I would do it again 100 times.
Thanks so much to all the people of Garaman Hall and Rheinbilder project, you all will have always a special place in my heart.
Okinawa see you soon again!
Pictures by Titus Spree
Hello there, I’ve been in Okinawa for almost two weeks now, working crazy to prepare the scenography for the show “Rheinbilder” that will be in Garaman Hall on the 21st and 22nd July.
It is the first time for me to draw something that will be screened with projector on an multi layer screen setup, and I’m learning something new every day. Drawing for screening is quite different from drawing for books, there are many things to consider, for example the contrast of the images that must be quite strong to work good with the lights on the stage.
Here you can see the flyer of the show. For more info and tickets follow the link of the Garaman Hall theater. So to all of you who will be in Okinawa on the 21st or 22nd July, come to see it! It will be a great show, in the romantic scenery of the Rhein river with live music, dancing, acting and my illustrations!