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21_21 DESIGN SIGHT Special Exhibition "Rules? Exhibition"

21_21 DESIGN SIGHT will be held on July 2, 2021. exhibition" will be held. The exhibition directors, Yu Mizuno, cognitive designer Shunichi Suga, and curator Miyuki Tanaka, will work together to think about how to view, create, and use the new rules and what the exhibition should look like in the future. Our daily lives are surrounded by different rules. From the constitution, law, and social infrastructure and services, to rules and manners based on cultural background, to habits that are unconsciously rooted in families and individuals, rules form our way of thinking and behavior. These rules are now entering a major turning point due to changes in industry and social structure, and the evolution of technology. Because it is difficult to grasp the actual situation and it is easy to become formal, each of us is required to be aware of the rules around us, doubt its existence, and think flexibly about ourselves. By continuing to update our society and its future through the exchange of various rules, we will be pushing our society and its future possibilities to the more open and rich. In this exhibition, we will explore from a multi-perspective perspective how we can create rules for living together in society in the future, in the way that design can be. For example, think about how to update laws and rules according to the times, and how to include minority opinions that are likely to spill over from rule formation. In addition, we will focus on a bird's-eye view of society by reading data, Civic Tech, where citizens use technology to solve social issues, as well as constraints that trigger new creations and possibilities, as well as laws and customs created by people's behavior. This exhibition develops the ability of each of us to face the rules and positives as a member of the future.

Mori Art Museum Another Energy: The Power to Continue To Challenge: 16 Female Artists from around the World

In recent years, there has been a movement around the world to correct diverse identity imbalances such as gender, race, ethnicity, and creed, and to emphasize diversity. In contemporary art, for the past decade or so, attention has been focused on female artists who began their activities in the 1950s and 1970s and have continued to this day. The Another Energy Exhibition will focus on 16 female artists in their 70s and above who continue to take on challenges around the world, shedding light on their activities. The age of 16 ranges from 71 to 105, all of them with careers spanning more than 50 years. He is also from 14 countries around the world and has a wide range of current bases of operations. They have continued their own creative activities without being bound by the evaluation of museums and art markets, while maintaining their beliefs in the environment in which they were placed and the changing times. In this exhibition, we will consider what "Another Energy" is, a special power of their long careers, through a variety of powerful works such as paintings, images, sculptures, large-scale installations, and performances. As the world seeks to recover from its unprecedented situation, their continued beliefs and lifelong walks will give us new powers to take on challenges. Phyrida Barlow 《Untitled:Canvas Rack; 2018-2019》 2018-2019 Concrete, Canvas, Hardboard, Paint, Plastic, Aggregate, Iron, Tape, Wood Variable size Courtesy: Cross Steele Collection Exhibition view: "Cul-de-Sul-de-C,"Royal Academy of Arts,London,"2019 Photo: Damian Griffins