Cosmo-Eggs, Japan on display at the Biennale in Venice

The events dedicated to Japan continue on the Italian territory, today we move to the Venice Biennale with Cosmo-Eggs, an exhibition open to the public until November 24, 2019.

“Cosmo-Eggs” is the title of the exhibition in the Japanese Pavilion at the 58th International Art Exhibition of La Biennale di Venezia. Available in the Veneto region from 11 May until 24 November 2019. A particular installation that involves the senses and art in various dimensions.

This collaboration between an artist, a composer, an anthropologist, and an architect aims to create a platform to reflect on the ecology shared by humans and others. It aims to create a reflection on where and how we live.

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In the installation we also find the presence of four films of Motoyuki Shitamichi focused on the tsunami-ishi, the giant stones swept ashore from the depths of the ocean. With the accompaniment of Taro Yasuno’s compositions, a series of automated sounds, produced mechanically by recorders, reminiscent of birdsong, along with the allegorical stories developed by Toshiaki Ishikura in reference to the local folklore related to the tsunami, Cosmo-Eggs is an installation not to be missed.

The exhibitor Fuminori Nousaku confronted the architecture of the Japan pavilion by correlating images, music, and text to create an integrated spatial experience, unique of its kind and available at the Venice Biennale until November 24th, 2019.

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Information on Cosmo-Eggs

When: 11 May – 24 November 2019
Hours: TUE – SUN 10.00 – 18.00
Where: The Biennale Gardens, Calle Giazzo, 30122 Venice VE
Admission with ticket