Ritsuko Nomura, “Tracing Memory” Meetings in Town / Program chosen from “Open Call Project”

Participatory installation and time-lapse recording: 5/25(Sat)10:00 – 17:00
Video installation exhibition: May 5/25(Sat) 18:00 – 5/26(Sun) 5:00
* After the conclusion of the installation, the video taken during the previous night will be on display until 5/26(Sun),18:00
Tenso Shrine
[Participation fee]
"Video installation (night) / Participative installation (day) During the day, spectators tie paper strips to the art piece like “Omikuji”, fortune-telling scrolls found at shrines. These acts are continuously shot on time-lapse. At night, these time-lapse videos of the people tying scrolls will be layered on the actual tied paper. Images of daytime spectators become a part of the night’s artwork representing the trail of the things left in our daily life."
Date and time: May 25 (Sat) 10:00-17:00


Ritsuko Nomura

Artist / Video director. BFA from Musashino Art University. MFA from Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts Paris. Lived & worked in Paris + New York. Now based in Tokyo, working on commercial films & programs like "Design ah" & "TECHNE" and teaching video at Tama Art University. Awarded bronze at ADFEST & semi-grand prize for BOVA.