Is it true that you can only find cookie-cutter local cities wherever you go in japan?
Nothing changes today even if two cities are separated by the sea?
What are the differences, if any? Or, what are the similarities?
The local city of “sendai” shows itself now, unravelled by media artists from Australia and Japan
|Open||November 26(Sunday) - December 25(Monday), 2006|
|Venue||sendai mediatheque 6f Gallery 4200|
|Admission fee||General Admission 500 Yen|
High School Students and Collage students 300 Yen
Below junior high school student FREE
|Organized||sendai mediatheque / EXPERIMENTA|
|Support||Australian Embassy Tokyo / Australian Consulate,Sendai / MIYAGI JAPAN-AUSTRALIA SOCIETY|
|Assist||Japan Foundation for Regional Art-Activities / Japan Foundation / Australia Council for the Arts / Australia-Japan Foundation / Asia Link|
|Cooperation||EPSON Sales Japan Corporation / graf|
The Ideal City is part of the Australia-Japan Art Exhibitions program, an initiative of Asialink and the Australia-Japan Foundation. It is supported by Experimenta, the Australia-Japan Foundation and the Community Partnerships and Market Development Division of the Australia Council, the Australian Government’s arts funding and advisory body.