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HOO. Landscape and food works

[reference image] An event consisting of a hike to search gods and a reading-and-dining performance,
“Invisible gods -Indigenous belief and food culture of Kasukawa-“, 
2016 “FOODSCAPE-WE ARE WHAT WE EAT-“, ARTS MAEBASHI, 
© HOO. Landscape and food works, Photo: Kigure Shinya

[reference image] An event consisting of a hike to search gods and a reading-and-dining performance,
“Invisible gods -Indigenous belief and food culture of Kasukawa-“
,
2016 “FOODSCAPE-WE ARE WHAT WE EAT-“, ARTS MAEBASHI,
© HOO. Landscape and food works, Photo: Kigure Shinya

Photo: Yasuhiko Kouyama
Photo: Yasuhiko Kouyama

TAKAOKA Tomomi, born in 1981 and NAGAMORI Shikino, born in 1980 are a duo that have been working together since 2012, after previously working for a landscape design company. Their philosophy being “A distant landscape and a spoonful of soup – the world and the palm of my hand are connected,” they look at food from the perspective of scenery, culture, and society and create food installations that people can only experience then and there.

Access

Venue: Kanazawa Folklore Museum, 3-31 Tobiumecho (located on Shikindai Junior High School property)

The exhibition cannot be seen on September 23, 24, October 8, 26, 27 because a performance will be held on all of these days.

  • Access: HOKUTETSU Local-line Bus: Take a bus from Hirosaka/21st Century Museum→ Get off at Ishibiki cho (6 min. ride).
  • Bus number: 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 43.