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Radicalism in the Wilderness - Communal Art

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Radicalism in the Wilderness: Japanese Artists in the Global 1960s
March 9—June 9, 2019
An Osaka-based collective of “Happeners”, The Play created a series of “voyages” into various landscapes—oceans, rivers, mountains. The group formulated their voyages as their annual summer project, from 1968 through 1986, beginning with the launching of a giant fiberglass egg into the Pacific Ocean off the southernmost tip of Japan’s main island. Voyage: Happening in an Egg (1968) was described as an “image of liberation from all the material and mental restrictions imposed upon us who live in contemporary times.” By collaborating with ordinary people who provided them with the necessary resources for these landscape-based projects, they prefigured the contemporary movement for community-based, socially engaged art practices.
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