Featuring Takasu Sakie, Matsushita Tohru, and Nishihiro Taishi, SIDE CORE launched in 2012. Harimoto Kazunori joins as the video director for this iteration. SIDE CORE develops projects that take place in public spaces through the lens of street culture, with the aim of uncovering new ways of seeing and being in a landscape through producing artworks and planning exhibitions.
rode work 2022-2023 ver.Tokyo
Seen from the viewpoint of a skateboarder, rode work is a series of video works that explore cityscapes that have undergone many transformations due to reconstructions after disasters or urban development. Ongoing since 2017, the project will present a new iteration focused on post- Olympic Tokyo and the cityscape during the pandemic. It envisions CCBT as an outdoor public space for exhibiting an artwork in a new format.
One of CCBT’s core programs, the Art Incubation Program provides opportunities for creative talent to undertake new projects and makes those processes accessible to the public, facilitating forms of artistic expression, exploration, and action that change our city for the better. Selected through an open call, five artist fellows will act as CCBT partners, developing their projects, making the creative process public, exhibiting the results, and holding workshops and talks. Details: CCBT Art Incubation Program