Roppongi Hills

ayumi tsuchiya, “Daytime sound, Nighttime sound[WORKSHOP]” Meetings in Town / Program chosen from “Open Call Project”

Wooden boards in daytime

5/25(Sat) 10:00 – 5/26(Sun) 18:00
* 5/26(Sun) 15:00-16:30 The workshop will take place in Roppongi Hills Arena
Around Roppongi Hills Arena
[Participation fee]
This is a big musical instrument. Anyone can compose and play a music. Wooden boards sound in the daytime, and boards of the glasses sound at night. You can sort boards that have two holes and one musical scale. Your ball plays music along dropping the steps. If you roll some balls, it makes a round.


ayumi tsuchiya

tsuchiya is from Kobe. After leaving her office job, she entered Tama Art University’s Faculty of Art and Communication in 2008, where she studied spatial design. Since graduating at the top of her class in 2012, she has created interactive works themed around sound and touch, using wood and various other materials. tsuchiya stages experiential exhibits in venues around the country, including art events, galleries, and hospitals; she has also collaborated with businesses like Muji, Benesse, and Karimoku.