Café Reflet

Open
Throughout the year / Closed on Tue & Wed except holidays
Photo by ANZAÏ
Photo by Yanagi Ayumi

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About the artwork

On the day of the site visit, the skies were clear after a heavy snowfall. Caf? Reflet (meaning “reflection”) is a work that reflects the daily life of the inhabitants, just as the surface of the snow did that day. Jean-Luc Vilmouth provided residents with 100 instant cameras and asked them to photograph the landscapes to be seen from their houses’ windows. The artist grouped the year-long series of landscape photographs according to four seasons and installed them on the four circular lighting fixtures designed by MVRDV for the ceiling and placed mirrortopped tables on the floor beneath them. During the Triennial, the restaurant Matsudai Shokudo, operating in this space, attracted many people, who enjoyed rice balls made of Koshihikari brand rice and dishes using edible wild plants along with the landscape images reflected on the tables and the green rice fields visible through the windows. (*)

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Artwork no. D055
Production year 2003
Opening hours 10:00-17:00(Last entry:16:30) 
Admission [Matsudai NOHBUTAI Field Museum ticket]
Adult 1200 JPY/ Children under 15 years old 600 JPY
[NOHBUTAI entrance fee]
Adult 600 JPY / Children under 15 years old 300 JPY
Closed Tue & Wed
*If Tuesday and Wednesday are consecutive holidays, the next business day is closed)
*Closed for year-end and New Year's holidays 27 Dec, 2022-4 Jan, 2023
Area Matsudai
Village Matsudai
Official website https://matsudai-nohbutai-fieldmuseum.jp/art/
Open dates Throughout the year / Closed on Tue & Wed except holidaysThroughout the year / Closed on Tue & Wed except holidaysThroughout the year / Closed on Tue & Wed except holidaysThroughout the year / Closed on Tue & Wed except holidays
Venue Matsudai Nobutai, Matsudai 3743-1, Tokamachi-city, Niigata
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