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    People observing attentively the exhibition: Arpillera: Chilean appliques that narrate in silence
アルピジェラ ~沈黙のなかで物語る、チリのキルト~
November, 2015. (Photo:Tomomitsu Oshima)

    People observing attentively the exhibition: Arpillera: Chilean appliques that narrate in silence アルピジェラ ~沈黙のなかで物語る、チリのキルト~ November, 2015. (Photo:Tomomitsu Oshima)

     

    Exhibition and associated activities:Arpillera: Chilean appliques that narrate in silence アルピジェラ ~沈黙のなかで物語る、チリのキルト~
    Description: This exhibition showcases 18 arpilleras that belong to Oshima Hakko Museum and which are part of a wider collection. In 2013 Tomoko Sakai and Roberta Bacic worked on site to give the collection a structure.
    Conflict Textiles

    This initiative has been possible thanks to a long process of collaboration between the parties involved: Iwaki Performing Arts Center (Noriko Nakamura); Oshima Hakko Museum (Tomomitsu Oshima and
    Sonoko Kobayashi) and Advisors (Tomoko Sakai and Roberta Bacic)

    Iwaki Performing Arts Center
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    Iwaki Performing Arts Center-exhibition event
    Commissioned by: Oshima Hakko Museum; Iwaki Performing Arts Center; Tomoko Sakai & Roberta Bacic
    Date(s): 5th November 2015 - 30th November 2015
    Venue: Iwaki Performing Arts Center, Japan
    waki, Fukushima Misaki-1-6 Taira, Iwaki, Fukushima Prefecture, 970-8026 Japan
    Curator: Noriko Nakamura & Tomomitsu Oshima with assistance of Tomoko Sakai
    Facilitator: Iwaki Performing Arts Center
    Outcome: This exhibition brought arpilleras to a wider audience and deepened the connections between collaborating partners, paving the way for future collaboration.




    Documents: • Exhibition leaflet - view
    • Exhibition flier - view
    • list of exhibition textiles - view
    • Newpaper article (in Japanese) - view
     




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