Exhibition | 2.20.2024

Museum Composting Declaration, Aomori Museum of Art

February 10th (Sat) - June 23rd (Sun) 2024

Tomorrow Harvest

“Tomorrow Harvest” is on display at the Aomori Museum of Art’s “The Manifesto of Museum Composting” exhibition.

“Tomorrow Harvest” is a large-scale work measuring 10 meters in width that was created in collaboration with Aomori residents who visited the city in 2017 and 2018. We hope you will come to Aomori to see it.

Tomorrow Hervest(2017-2018)

Exhibition Overview

Saturday, February 10, 2024 – Sunday, June 23, 2024

Second and fourth Mondays of every month (or the following day if these are national holidays), February 26-28, March 18-19, May 14-15

Aomori Museum of Art Exhibition Rooms N, O, P, Q, M, L, J, I, H, etc.

An Art User Conference, artists who gathered at the “Expression as it is” exhibition, Masana Izawa (Fukudoshi), Itazura NUMAN (sewing group), Kaori Oda (filmmaker/artist), fake stone tools, Shoichi Takeuchi (farmer pioneer), Masaru Tatsuki (photographer), Terra Yonkers (children’s holiday support group), Reiko Tonozaki (farm wife), garden rice planting (pre-celebration ritual handed down in Otori, Higashidori village), Shinkiji Hatai (zoologist), volunteers from the Faculty of Education, Hirosaki University, Gotaro Mikami (doctor), Yamajin Minomushi (traveler/head of Rokujuroku-an), earthworms, etc.

(From the collection)

Jun Aoki (“movement body” structure), Shusaku Arakawa, Maki Ohkojima + Agros Art Project (deposited works), Tetsumi Kudo, Yoshishige Saito

*In this exhibition, both artists and local composters are referred to as “composters.”

Admission fees
(1) [Until 4/12] Adults 510 (410) yen, high school and college students 300 (240) yen, elementary and junior high school students 100 (80) yen

(2) [From 4/13] Adults 900 (700) yen, high school and college students 500 (400) yen, elementary and junior high school students 100 (80) yen

*Prices will change from 4/13 onwards in conjunction with AOMORI GOKAN Art Festival 2024

* ( ) indicates the price for groups of 20 or more people and the discounted price for presenting the AOMORI GOKAN Art Festival 2024 official guidebook bonus “Stamp Rally & Passport” from 4/13 onwards

* Free for people with physical or mental disabilities and one accompanying person

Aomori Museum of Art

Aomori Prefectural Museum of History, Social Welfare Corporation Earl, Chofukuji Temple of the Soto sect, Nakadomari Town Museum, Aomori Branch of the Japanese Red Cross Society, Hirosaki University Northern Japan Archaeological Research Center, Rokkasho Village Museum of History


© 2024 Maki Ohkojima