Escape East @ 333
Saturday, June 8, 6–9 PM
Please join our popular monthly mixer for arts and culture enthusiasts. Enjoy free admission to Radicalism in the Wilderness: Japanese Artists in the Global 1960s and live music. This is the last weekend to see the exhibition—don’t miss out!
This special edition of Escape East is curated by Japanese composer/artist, Shuta Hasunuma. Come experience his new endeavor of sound/art, where the audience is invited to join in and become part of his musical composition. Hasunuma has stated that “Music is born out of our everyday lives, originating in the individual, ultimately returning to the individual.” This is an opportunity to experience how each individual interrelates with the different elements in a public space, and how, as private elements, they eventually become part of the art itself.
Gallery hours extended from 11 AM–9 PM.
Free RSVP →
(Must be 21+ to drink alcohol)
Shuta Hasunuma (b. 1983) is a Japanese artist and composer. He is the founder of the contemporary philharmonic orchestra Shuta Hasunuma Philharmonic Orchestra, which has performed in numerous concert halls throughout Japan and released the album ANTHROPOCENE (2018). His diverse artistic expressions include creating soundtracks for stage productions and movies, as well as creating video, sound work, sculptures and installations. His solo exhibitions include ~ ing at Shiseido Gallery in Tokyo (2018) and Compositions at Pioneer Works in New York (2018). He is a 2018 recipient of the New Face Award of Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts. His most recent one-day exhibition Someone’s public and private / Something’s public and private at Tompkins Square Park in New York was featured in the Artnet News article “18 Things Not to Miss in New York’s Art World, Frieze Week Edition” (April 29, 2019).
- Saturday, June 8, 2019
- 6:00 pm