Trisha Brown Dance Company, Trisha Brown: In Plain Site
Related Event Kenjiro Okazaki Lecture

Ahead of the performances of Trisha Brown: In Plain Site, artist and critic Kenjiro Okazaki gives a special lecture about the rich career of the American dance legend. Okazaki previously worked with Trisha Brown Dance Company for the 2007 dance work I love my robots, and enjoys a long relationship with Brown.

Museo Universidad Navarra Pamplona 2015, Sticks (c) Alexandre Moyrand

Date: 12:00–13:30 March 19, 2016
Venue: 1F Lobby, The National Museum of Modern Art, KyotoAccess

Moderator: Akira Asada (Critic / Director, Kyoto University of Art and Design Graduate School Academic Research Center)
Langage: Japanese only
Admission: Free admission
Capacity: 80
Language: Japanese
Reservation: Call Kyoto Experiment Office (075-213-5839) or apply online

Presented by Kyoto Experiment
In cooperation with the National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto

Born in 1955 in Tokyo. He is a visual artist, sculptor and critic, and also teaches at Musashino Art University. He has exhibited at numerous international exhibitions, starting with the Paris Biennale in 1982. His pioneering and wide-ranging activities include as a landscape designer and as director of the Japan Pavilion for the 8th International Architecture Exhibition at the 2002 Venice Biennale, as well as working with Trisha Brown Dance Company in 2007. In 2009–10, the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo exhibited an overview of his work from the sculptures of the 1980s to his most recent paintings. He is also the author of several books, including about Trisha Brown.