"We 19 March,2010 - We 4 July, 2010"
live installation

107.5 days ×10:00am-10:00pm
Mori Art Museum, Tokyo
production cooperation: Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site, The Japan Foundation.

Various objects were arranged within the exhibition space. The reflected mirror view of the events happening within the space was shot by a fixed video camera, projected onto the wall by a beamer. Amemiya's act for 107.5 days was going in and out of the steel lockers and all of the audience doing the same with the other locker. The lighting and sound in the video was synchronized with the space; the date & title changed every day. This exhibition attracted a large number of people, about 400 thousand.

Exhibition: Roppongi Crossing 2010: Can There Be Art? The Creative Potential of a New Japan


Kinoshita Chieko (Lecturer, Osaka University Center for the Study of Communication-Design)
Kubota Kenji (Independent Curator)
Kondo Kenichi (Associate Curator, Mori Art Museum)

Aikawa Masaru
Amemiya Yosuke
Aoyama Satoru
contact Gonzo
Dumb Type
HITOTZUKI (Kami + Sasu)
Kato Tsubasa
Koganezawa Takehito
Morimura Yasumasa
Rogues' Gallery
Shiga Lieko
Suzuki Hiraku
Takamine Tadasu
Teruya Yuken
Yahata Aki
Yokomizo Shizuka
Yoneda Tomoko

"We 19 March,2010 - We 4 July, 2010" Yosuke Amemiya, Roppongi Crossing 2010 from YosukeAmemiya on Vimeo.