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Inactive
Throughout the year / Closed on Tue & Wed except holidays
Photo Kioku Keizo
Photo Kioku Keizo

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About the artwork

An installation of innumerable small clocks arranged like a flock of starlings. The congregation of starlings seems like tobedriven by single will while at the same time each individual bird appears to be flying freely. The distinctive meaning of each clock and the continuous movement these clocks collectively make interlock through the perspective of viewers. Something that traverses the gap between meaning and nonsense, subject and object, and individual and public exists in Echigo-Tsumari Satoyama Museum of Contemporary Art, KINARE.

#1 “Concept” / Site-Specific Artists in Echigo-Tsumari / Interviewed by Fram Kitagawa

Video Shooting : Yamaoka Nobutaka (Film Director)

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Artwork no. T412
Production year 2021
Opening hours 10:00-17:00(Last entry 16:30) 
*Opening hours may be shortened during the winter season.
Admission
[Permanent exhibition] Adult 1000 JPY, Children under 15 years old 500 JPY

[Special exhibition (including permanent exhibition) ] Adult 1200 JPY, Children under 15 years old 600 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 Tokamachi
Village MonET
Open dates Throughout the year / Closed on Tue & Wed except holidays
Venue Museum on Echigo-Tsumari (6-1 Honcho, Tokamachi-city, Niigata)
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