Japan-Korea-UK Co-production


2013.11.28 (Thu.) - 2013.12.8 (Sun.)

A Japan-Korea-UK co-production presented by 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa, The Museum of Art, Kochi, and Asian Arts Theater of Asian Cultute Complex (Gwangju, Korea).
Interweaving live performance with film and new technologies, the production will orchestrate the entire space of the building or site. It is being created by British theater company, dreamthinkspeak artistic director Tristan SHARPS, who is known for walk-through performances that immerse audiences in the world of the artwork, as a collaborative project with artists from all regions of Japan and Korea. Inspired by the May 1980 democratization movement that arose in Gwangju, Korea, the production is a universal story influenced by themes of freedom and liberation. It will open in Gwangju in September before traveling to Kochi and Kanazawa in November and December.
A production that will transcend the theatre framework and uncover new performing arts potential―in the context of regional cities.

Commissioned by Asian Culture Complex / The Museum of Art, Kochi / 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa

Created by dreamthinkspeak
Produced by Institute of Asian Cultural Development / The Museum of Art, Kochi /21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa / AsiaNow / dreamthinkspeak

See related websites for more information.
http://onedaymaybe.com (English/Korean)
http://onedaymaybe-jp.com (Japanese)

*The title was revised from "1980/2013" to “ONE DAY, MAYBE”

Podcasting of Project Concept (Japanese)
MARUBI RADIO Report No.17 Theme: Japan-Korea-UK Co-production dreamthinkspeak “1980/2013”

Venue :
Theater 21/ 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa and Tatemachi Street