The idea behind this exhibition is to remind viewers of the creative young mind that we all used to have when we were children, but have forgotten in the process of growing up. Based on the neotenic aspects of Japanese culture, the exhibition features media that arouse wonderment, and is therefore enjoyable for grown-ups and children alike. In areas named Forest of the Senses, Forest of theBody, Forest of Sound, Forest of Words and Forest of Oblivion, visitors experience interactive artworks, dance pieces, poetry recitals and readings, music, and displays of contemporary art. The program also includes workshops with affiliated educational institutions and local groups.
Artists: Kohei Nawa, Tokujin Yoshioka, Grinder man, Hideyuki Ando, Jun Fujiki, Noramoji Discovery Project, Justine Emard, Masao Yukimura, Shiro Takahashi, Hiroyuki Moriwaki, Jun Kosaka…
Curator: Tomoe Moriyama
Museum of Contemporary Art of Tokyo
4-1-1 Miyoshi, Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japon