In the summer of 2015 The Future Residency invited four Dutch and three Japanese creatives from various disciplines to Former Senzu Elementary School in Kama City Japan to create new work while being immersed in a rural community and physical environment. The works created were first exhibited in Kama City’s Oda Hiroki Museum of Art then travelled to Tokyo and finally The Netherlands.

Inspired by a mix of Japanese urban legends, traditional rituals and folktales, I made a series of staged (moving) images picturing fascinating people from the area and using the natural surroundings of Kama City as my decor.

In Addition, Christine Maas and I created a video installation named Three Dancers, intrigued by the meditative aspects of the movements and rhythmic cadences of the Kagura, a specific type of Shinto theatrical dance.

Anne Claire de Breij

Automatic Gallery Block

Other personal projects

Still Food
See project
MOAM book X Studio Drift
See project
Over prinsen op witte paarden
See project
You’re Cordially Invited
See project
Miscellaneous Things
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