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artist-in-residence 2007-2008

MIYUKI KIDO 城戸みゆき- JAPAN
workshops at secondary school


  • artist-in-residence 2007-2008 index
  • MIYUKI KIDO
  • at work December
  • at work January
  • at work February
  • workshops at secondary school
  • final presentatation

  • MIYUKI KIDO has started her residence period on November 30 2007, she will stay until February 29 2008


    workshops in secondary school during her residence period

    the wall is part of the workshops Miyuki has given in the local secondary school of Haukivuori

    another part of the workshops is the use of copies of prints of the school desks as place mats during the lunch
    in this project it was about the way memories are changing through the unexpected combination presented

    Project in high school The cooperation of the high school was received, and the project was executed. I built the gate in the school with the student and the shape of the school was changed.

    高校でのプロジェクト 高校の協力を得て、プロジェクト

    を実行しました。生徒とともに学校にゲートを築いて学校の形を変えるました。また、机の上の落書きをランチプレートに置き換えました。普段は意識されることのない日常風景を、ほとんど同じ位置と役割を持ちながら普段は決して重なりあわない場所に移します。日常風景がほんの少しの奇妙なずれをもたらすでしょう。生徒たちは起こっていることを理解して楽しんでくれました。

    すべての生徒、校長先生、先生たち、AnnaとMaijaに感謝します。

     

    website Miyuki Kido

    Arts Council Finland
    AllaprimA foundation the Netherlands
    Encouragement Fund Finland
    suomen kulttuurirahasto


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