DANCING WITH ALL: The Ecology of Empathy

2024.11.2(Sat.) - 2025.3.16(Sun.)



2024.11.2(Sat.) - 2025.3.16(Sun.)


21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa


Adults: ¥1,400(¥1,100)
Students: ¥1,000 (¥800)
18 and under: ¥500 (¥400)
65 and over: ¥1,100
*Fees in parentheses are for groups of 20 people or more and web tickets
*Tickets also include admission (same day only) to “Collection Exhibition ” .


Mondays (except November 4, January 13, February 24, 2025.), November 5, December 29 - January 1, January 14, February 25, 2025.

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21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
Phone: +81-76-220-2800
E-Mail: info@kanazawa21.jp

We are surrounded by animals, plants, and all manner of other things that lie within our grasp. We have a desire to overcome the problems of the Earth as if we were dancing with all of the forms of existence that surround us. This year, the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa will hold this exhibition in response to the annual theme of new ecologies as it celebrates its 20th anniversary. Through the keen sensitivities and faculties of observation of artists, this exhibition will present the future of a comprehensive ecological theory with the capacity to take into account society and the psyche. In collaboration with scientists, philosophers, and other researchers who share the same vision, the exhibition will visualize a range of specialized content and imbue it with sensitivity, conveying it to viewers as a form of sensory learning. Artists and creators from Africa, South America, Asia, Europe, and the United States, including those in remote areas, will gather in the space of the museum to share their wisdom on how to survive alongside life and living beings, as if we were dancing with each other. This vision that encompasses all things in Kanazawa, the birthplace of D.T. Suzuki, will serve as a platform for symbiotic relationships.



Organized by:

21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa (Kanazawa Art Promotion and Development Foundation)