4/27-11/10, 2024 (Closed on Tue & Wed except holidays)
Photo by T. Kuratani

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About the artwork

In 2003, the artist created a pair of giant wings and a chair with ceramic in Inubuse. During this Triennial as well, he spent the summer in the same village and placed a grasshopper-shaped playground slide made with ceramics in a rice field. He intended to use the work to make people feel the “rice field” from various angles while playing on the slide. The title, habitambo, is a word coined by combining “habitat” and “tambo,” meaning “rice field.” The artist will engage in rice cropping together with the villagers and aim to make it “our inagohabitambo”.

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Artwork no. D129
Production year 2006
Opening hours Daytime
Admission - (Depending on the period, Passport for viewing artworks and common tickets may be sold.)
Closed Closed on Tue & Wed except holidays (Outdoor artworks can be viewed even on regular closing day.) / Winter season
Area Matsudai
Village Inubushi
Open dates 4/27-11/10, 2024 (Closed on Tue & Wed except holidays)
Venue Next Soba Restaurant / MATSUO(3228, Inubushi, Tokamachi-City, Niigata)
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