Central East Tokyo 2023

SOUNDS/NOISES "Mimi wo Sumasu"

Pre-registration event

Takashi Tsuda

Sound art showcase curated by gift_, whose business is designing places SOUNDS/NOISES for CET23 ●Workshop "Mimi wo Sumasu" Takashi Tsuda: After the guidance, we'll take you around the wholesale district and the river bank for about 2 hours. A workshop that encounters the landscape of sound that takes place. Beginning with "listening to sounds," you will experience three states of consciousness: "listening to silence" and "listen carefully."



Takashi Tsuda
Born in 1971 on "Ear Day” (in Japan). sound artist. Performing and writing activities under "Listening and Playing the Sea”. In addition to “hofli” (the name of solo activity), he has developed musical activities based on field recording and improvisation with various units such as “stilllife" and "Hoshigata no Niwa". To producing sound installations and continuing the "Mimi wo Sumasu" workshop series, he serves as the navigator for the listening event "Shorai Yawa" with Keiichi Fukushima.His main CD works include ``Hygrometer'' and ``News of Sunbeams''. Edited books ``Wind People, Grove People'' and "From Field Recording Sites'' (both published by Company).

In 2005, he started working as a design unit called "gift_" in Ebisu, Tokyo and opened a gallery shop called gift_lab as a laboratory and a small place for cultural exchange.
Toshikazu Goto designs space and furniture, and Fumiko Ikeda handles project curation and styling.
Since the early 2000s, he has actively participated in projects such as TDB (Tokyo Designers Block), CET (Central East Tokyo), DesignTide Tokyo, etc., simultaneously transforming the city's gaps into galleries.
After the Great East Japan Earthquake, he started "Yamanoya" in the Echigo-Tsumari area (Tokamachi City, Niigata). Three years later, he also moved his base in Tokyo to Kiyosumi Shirakawa and is currently practicing a double local life in these two bases.

1-2-10, Higashikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Taigaku bldg. #102

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