August 8 & 9, 8pm, Doors open at 7:30pm at Nitehi Works
August 8: Reception/ August 9: Curator and Artist conversation
Admission 1500 yen includes one drink
Performance & Animation: Cindy Mochizuki, Sound Design: Kohsuke Nakamura (Kangaroo Paw), Video Editing/Technical Assistance: Naoki Yoshimoto
Presented through the Koganecho Bazaar 2014
loch is an interdisciplinary performance based on a collection of conversations that have been gathered in exchange for fortune readings from Koganecho residents around ‘monsters.’ Integrating audio recordings, projections and familial objects from the artist’s aunt and mother’s childhood home originally built in 1946. The house remains locked and exists beside their current place of residence in Yokohama.
The sound and moving images shape the architecture of memory, an imagined city through the ‘monstrous’ – a space, creature or thing of fear that we often recall in our everyday lives when faced with the unknown.