Takayuki TOSHIMA [カウンターポイント]
Hoshi Fune Niwa [クラゲにもらったカケラ]
Taro YASUNO [タイトル未定]
low-tec (Yoshiaki KAIHATSU・Toshiaki TAKAYASU)
[Soft-Noise]

2011.09.24
Open:19:00
Start:19:30
Ticket:¥1,500
Students:¥1,300
Stage:Shin Minato Mura A-zone


Takayuki TOSHIMA
http://d.hatena.ne.jp/tkayk/

hoshi fune niwa
2010 form the unit, Live at ART TRACE GALLERY, MushiKui festival, HomeParty. They offer custom-made ambiance each by acoustic instruments and voice. Theirs overlapping chat sound make feel of humor. The project for album on CD and DVD is going on. Base in Tokyo. (*HOSHI : star, FUNE : boat , NIWA : garden)

Yasuko HARADA
Yasuko Harada graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, studying composition and organ. She has performed widely in Japan as a concert organist. And besides, she has devoted her energy to many concerts for child. Titular organist of St.Paul International Lutheran Church, Tokyo since 1999, and assistant organist of Rikkyo Gakuin since 2010.

Sayaka IWASHIMIZU
Sayaka Iwashimizu is an illustrator, born in Hakodate. She graduated from Keio University (Department
of Art history). She learned to paint by herself. You can see her illustrations on newspapers,
magazines, and some book covers. Some of her illustrations are for horror novels. Sometimes she make
funny sculptures.
http://www8.plala.or.jp/sardine-water/

Tomoko OSHIKA
Born in Tokyo, Dropouted of Tama art university. From 1991 Tomoko Oshika began working as a freelance illustrator. Following her works.Artist book”Tomoko Oshika”,junior high schoolbook ”national language”,Picture book”MON MOE”,web book”Pruscilla”,animation”The Selfish Giant”,Many other projects.
http://www.tomokooshika.com/

Taro YASUNO
Yasuno was born in 1979 in Tokyo, and has been interested in music since his teens. He graduated from Tokyo Music University, and went on to do graduate work at the Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences. In 2006 he began the performance group “Method Machine.” Exhibitions include Kyoto Biennial (2003), Japan Media Arts Festival (2009), Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale (2009), and International Festival of Arts and Media Yokohama (2009).
http://taro.poino.net/


low-tec
Yoshiaki KAIHATSU
Toshiaki TAKAYASU

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