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Japan House Los Angeles will be debuting the groundbreaking Inujima “Art House Project” with “Symbiosis: Living Island,” an exhibition on view from April 15 to July 5.
The Inujima “Art House Project” creates a unique symbiosis between art, architecture, community and ecology that has been transforming the landscape of the Japanese island of Inujima. The tiny island of Inujima was once a thriving center of copper refining and stone quarrying but is now home to just 25 households, with more than half of the inhabitants over 70 years of age.
Designed to revitalize the depopulated Japanese island of Inujima (“Dog Island”) by integrating contemporary art, the exhibition celebrates and transports visitors to this “living art” island through the sights and sounds of everyday island life, captured through an experiential diorama of the island and its art pavilions. Visitors to the “Symbiosis: Living Island” exhibition can “set foot” onto the island to travel the road and explore the creative projects that have come to form part of Inujima’s landscape.
For information, visit japanhousela.com/symbiosis-living-island-inujima-art-house-project-preview. Admission is free. Japan House LA is located at Ovation Hollywood, 6801 Hollywood Blvd, Level 2 and Level 5.
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