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Roppongi Art Night 2013 // 六本木アートナイト 2013

Today is until you sleep,
Wake up and it’s tomorrow
Night is everything between
Witness it transform!
Imagination, a child of the dark
Outreaches the hours and minutes
So too does art born of darkness
Sail beyond the straits of time
On this Roppongi Art Night
Art ists’ boats call at Roppongi ports
Laden with imagined treasures
Come sail around with us
For tonight we artists share
Our precious cargo of vision

Roppongi Art Night 2013

Artistic Director Hibino Katsuhiko


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About Hibino Katsuhiko: Born 1958 in Gifu. Postgraduate studies at Tokyo University of the Arts. Acclaimed in the 1980s for his timely multidisciplinary style. Exhibited at the 1986 Sydney Biennale and 1995 Venice Biennale. Solo shows include “Hibino Expo” (2005), “Hibino DNA And” (2006), “Home and Away System” (2007) and “Higo by Hibino” (2007). He also engages in projects with local communities: his Asatte Asagao Project launched at the 2003 Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial used morning glory seeds to connect people under the motto “A seed is a ship,” and led to building boats in Kanazawa, Yokohama, Kagoshima, Tanegashima and an on-going three-year shipbuilding project in Maizuru from 2010. Hibino currently teaches at Tokyo University of the Arts and has started a Heart Mark Viewing to help provide Tohoku Earthquake victims a chance to rebuild their lives by sharing in the joy of making things with their own hands.
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Please give credit where credit is due. Link to all photos, posts, etc. Play nice! ❤I photograph with a Nikon D3100 (and use the kit lens)

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