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Show is free with museum admission.
A Body in Places is the omnibus title of Eiko Otake’s first solo project. Its scale and modes of presentation vary radically and incorporate both performative and non-performative elements, including the photo exhibition A Body in Fukushima that shows photographs by William Johnston of Eiko in radiation-affected Fukushima.
Central to the project is a drive to explore non-traditional venues and to respond to the innate characteristics of each specific place. At the core of each variant is Eiko alone on a colorful futon, projecting and exploring solitude, gaze, fragility and intimacy. Performing as a soloist, Eiko willfully partners with the particularities of places and viewers.