Entries by James Jack

“Stories from Layers of Earth” Artist workshop

“Stories from Earth” Artist workshop   Date 19 August 2017 Artist James Jack Organizer Hiroko Shimizu   Mishima Groundwork Mishima, Shizuoka, Japan https://www.guidoor.jp/city/mishima/ 「マイストーリー地層」 2017年8月19日(土) 富士山や「水の都・三島」の水辺自然の豊かさを知り、作品をつくるアート・ワークショップ アーティスト ジェームス・ジャック オーガナイザー 清水 裕子 NPO法人 グラウンドワーク三島 会場 三島市民活動センター 静岡県三島市芝本町 6-2 https://www.guidoor.jp/city/mishima/

“Transpacific Crossing” Video Release

Transpacific Crossing James Jack May 3 -June 3, 2017   [Above] James Jack “Transpacific Crossing: Aomi-Tacoma” 2016. Handmade walnut ink on paper, 28 x 76 cm (detail) TMT ART PROJECTS 3 chome gallery [Map]   福岡市中央区渡辺通3丁目6-28 Fukuoka, Japan   Download Postcard

“Dirt Tasting” WDA workshop in Yame

Dirt Tasting Artist Workshop 29 May 2017 World Dirt Association This workshop will consist of a “tasting” of dirt sample. Together with the members of World Dirt Association, memories and stories related to dirt collection sites will be shared together. Come for a new experience of the earth. World Dirt Association James Jack Yoshitaka Nanjo […]

“Socially Engaged Art in Asia” June 25

Lecture: Socially Engaged Art in Asia The term “socially-engaged art” has been used in the West since the early 2000s, but there has been little examination of the extensive number of cases in which it has been employed in Asia Pacific. There have been dynamic relationships between art and social activism for decades in Japan; […]

“The Making of an Institution” exhibit CCA Singapore 11 February – 7 May 2017

James Jack. Khayalan Island from Pulau Balakan Mati (As seen by a seven-year old island resident). Digital Inkjet print, 2015 Khayalan Island is rumored to have disappeared from the Singapore harbor in the beginning of the nineteenth century when the British were establishing a post in Southeast Asia. This work has been made while searching for the island […]

“From Stone to Sand” exhibit in Fukuoka

From Stone to Sand   Artistic Director: James Jack Special Cooperation: Kozo Ota (Love FM)   February 4-12th, 2017 Enjoy Art Space Daimyo This participatory exhibit fills the gallery with stones that change each day of the exhibit according to different patterns of “flow”. These patterns are derived from two different places: Yame and Fukuoka. […]