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Wed, May 22


Sakaide Civic Art Museum


Sound@Alps, as sensed by Eva Petrič, Klaus Krobath and Erwin Uhrmann and presented at Sakaide Civic Art Museum, Sakaide, Japan, May 18 - June 9, 2024

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May 22, 2024, 7:00 PM – Jun 09, 2024, 11:00 PM

Sakaide Civic Art Museum, Sakaide, Kagawa, Japan

About the Event

I'm excited and honored to participate in the three person show SOUND@ALPS at the Sakaide Civic Art Museum in Sakaide, Japan,  opening May 18th at 14:00.

The  project of three artists' positions on Sound@Alps (mine, Klaus Krobath's and Erwin Uhrmann's) is curated by Museum Director Mr. Noriaki Sangawa. Besides being presented each with our own works, we will present also a huge collective work Approaching the Vantage Point I, consisting of 30 works that we created collectively.

For the opening I will also perform „Astrocyte Garden with Visitor" which is made in collaboration with musician Hayato Nakao.

Preparing for the exhibition at the Sakaide Civic Art Museum to be opened this Saturday..

If you happen to be in Japan, kindly invited to the opening of the exhibition Sound@Alps this Saturday at 2.00 pm at the Sakaide Civic Art Museum...

The exhibition will be on view till June 9th so kindly invited to visit it ! My thanks to curator and director of museum Noriaki Sangawa and everyone else who helped with this exhibition.

The city of Sakaide is located in Japan part south of Tokyo, one could say "on the sunny side of Japan". Even though I was born in Slovenia, the so called "sunny side of the Alps", I did not spend all my life there, living more than half of my life abroad in places such as Ethiopia, New Delhi, Washington DC, New York City, Buenos Aires and Vienna... Despite spending so much of my life abroad, I am happy that I was "infected" at already a very early age with the Alps, the sunny side of them, which in my later years, I am now also able to experience from another angle, the Austrian angle, living now also in Vienna.          My encounter with the Alps, is probably that which is to be grateful to or to blame for, for my need to soar like a bird above ground up up up and away, to have a bird`s eye view in all matters of life, especially the arts. It is from the Alps that I learned perseverance and that respect for others is a must if one wants to survive.

My bird's eye view of Japan, ahead of presenting Sounds@Alps.there with Klaus Krobath and Erwin Uhrmann under the curatorship of Noriaki Sangawa.

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