NON” interviews Seiko Ito, Ryohei Kondo, Mansai Nomura, and Katsuhiko Hibino about their thoughts on arts and cultural activities. (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Arts Council Tokyo)
Video interview with Seiko Ito, Ryohei Kondo, Mansai Nomura, and Katsuhiko Hibino, in which “Non” talks about her thoughts on art and cultural activities!
Planning and Production : Arts Council Tokyo, Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture
Interview movies in which artists from various fields talk about their thoughts and feelings, such as what they felt and challenged at the Corona Disaster, their current state of mind, and the future of art and culture, are available on the official YouTube channel.
The new coronavirus has forced various restrictions on the art scene in Tokyo and around the world. The wave is still having a significant impact on various genres of art and culture, including traditional and contemporary art, dance, theater, film, and music. Why is art and artistic culture necessary now? How should we recover the traditions and conventions that have been built up so far, and how should they evolve?
Arts Council Tokyo planned and produced this interview movie in order to broadly raise this theme through the voices of the artists themselves, who are facing various conflicts and thoughts. The narrator is Murasaki Onoe, a member of the Onoe school of Japanese classical dance.
■Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture Arts Council Tokyo
As a world-class artistic and cultural city, Tokyo promotes the creation and dissemination of arts and culture, and develops various projects to enhance the attractiveness of the city.
The program will develop a foundation for the creation of new artistic and cultural activities, develop programs that pursue the uniqueness and diversity of Tokyo, develop human resources to support diverse artistic and cultural activities, and promote international artistic and cultural exchanges.