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Yoshihide Otomo on Ogijima

  As you may know, the Setouchi Triennale’s main goal is to revitalize the islands of the Seto Inland Sea. The Triennale is an amazing idea to trigger that revitalization, but while it is necessary, an art festival every three years is not enough to...

Preparing for Christmas on Ogijima

  One of the things I want to do more in the months to come is to become more involved with Ogijima as a community. In other words, not simply be a visitor there anymore. It won’t be easy, the language barrier remaining strong –...

Setouchi Triennale 2013 – Closing Ceremony

  Right after returning from Ogijima, on that last day of the Setouchi Triennale 2013, we headed to the closing ceremony that was taking place in a reception room inside the Sunport Hall. I don’t really have much to tell about it, actually this post...

Island Fanfare

Island Fanfare

  As you know, the Setouchi Triennale takes shape mostly through artworks on various islands. But it is also a series of events that go from a famous actress performing a theater play on many of the islands beaches to a moving music jam that...

An Ogijima Wedding

  Last Friday we went to Ogijima with no other goal than having a chill, relaxing day, nothing else (not even visiting some art, all Setouchi Triennale artworks being closed on week days in between sessions – except for the outdoor ones of course). However,...