Katsunobu Yaguchi

Participates a numouraous group exhibition "Imprisoned, Jailbreak, Imprisoned, Jailbreak""

March 19 (Sat) - April 17 (Sun) 2016

Exhibition Title:
"Time Tunnel "

Artist:
Neko Aoyama
Kiyoto Koseki
Koki Muroi
Karl Tuikkanen
Katsunobu Yaguchi

Curation:
Yu Araki

Venue:
AOYAMA|MEGURO
[2-30-6 Kamimeguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo]

Hours:
Wednesday - Sunday 12:00-19:00

Cooperation:
AOYAMA|MEGURO, Itamuro Onsen Daikokuya, Nordin Gallery



>>exhibition official website



Released New Documentariy Book

"The Deconstruction of My Suntopia"
Katsunobu yaguchi
WASHINGTOWN DOCUMENTARIES 2008-2015 #001

Edition: 500

Online store: >>NADiff









































"The Construction Drawing,
Deconstruction of Washingtown"

KATSUNOBU YAGUCHI

1st period: 25. May - 28. July. 2013

We are going to present “The Construction Drawing, Deconstruction of Washingtown”, a project that is created in the work in progress. It was 2008, when I, Katsunobu Yaguchi, came across “Koutoku Shouten”, a building which was then on the verge of demolition. And now, 5 years have flown past since I made a show called “Festivsl Remains-Last house” to honor the building. With the enormous support of our landlord, the date of demolition was postponed many times so that I could continue running the place as “Café Snack Washingtown”. Looking back, I noticed that every small moment in our daily lives that we experienced there was in itself very much like a theatre piece. 2013 marks the 5th anniversary, however, the farewell of the building is now finally approaching. Every process of the deconstruction is carefully done by hand so that we can cherish all the memories accumulated in this house, like turning pages of a photo album. We also intent to preserve all parts and materials of the building. Alongside, we will be producing a documentary using photos and drawings that capture scenes and sights from the everyday deconstruction process. And later we present this to the public. The work will be sold and the sales profit will be used for the cost of a future reconstruction project. We hope as many people as possible will visit us and imprint the last scene of Washingtown in their mind. We are looking forward to your visit.

【Place of deconstruction】 Cafe Snack Washingtown
1-2-10 Minami-machi, Mito-city, Ibaraki, Japan 310-0021
working time: all day

【Exhibition of drawing】
White House
3-2-20 Miya-machi, Mito-city, Ibaraki,
Japan 310-0021
Open: 14:00 - 18:00 *irregular holidays
(apointment visiting recommended)

【Course of lectures】
Venue: site of Washingtown
* The lecture content is currently under consideration. It will be announced on our web-site.www.washngtown.jp

【Access】
[by train] 7mins walk from North gate of Joban line Mito stn. [by highway bus from Yaesu gate of Tokyo stn.] getting off Minami-machi 2cho-me bus stop and 1min walk.[by car] 30mins from Joban
expressway, Mito inter change.

【Enquiry】
A journey of a sleeping house Executive Committee
Tel:050-3690-3387
Mail:info@washingtown.jp
URL:www.washingtown.jp

Organized by:A journey of a sleeping house Executive Committee
Washingtown Triangles

Supported by:
Nezaki Demolition Works co.,Ltd
Maekawa Ringyo
Kobayashi roofing
Cafe restaurant Kazuko




>>www.washingtown.jp











"The Reason For Madness"
Todd Anderson Kunert & Katsunobu Yaguchi
improvised performance

9th.Nov.2012(Fri)
open 18:30 / start 19:30 / discussion talk 20:30 / entrance:¥500/free drink 
CALM&PUNK GALLERY TOKYO
1st Floor Asai Bldg 1-15-15 Nishiazabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0031
TEL:+81 (0)3-5775-0825 www.calmandpunk.com

10th.Nov.2012(Sat)
open 17:30 / start 18:30 / discussion talk 19:30 / entrance:¥100/free drink
VERY TRENDY SHOP WASHINGTOWN
Suntopia St. 1-chome, Minami-machi, Mito-city, Ibaraki 310-0021
TEL: +81 (0)29-231-5708
www.washingtown.jp

Special Thanks: CALM & PUNK GALLERY, Washingtown triangles, affice, Yu Araki, Kozo Kaneda, Senbayama studio and White house.












HongoNoShow

10th March - 29th April 2012

Private view: 9th of March (Fri)

Venue: TWS Hongo
Admission Free
2-4-16 hongo, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-0033
TEL: 03-5689-5331
FAX: 03-5689-7501




>>www.hongonoshow.com














KATSUNOBU YAGUCHI interview on
MATTHEW STONE INTERCONNECTED ECHOES

>>interview





















criterium 77
KATSUNOBU YAGUCHI
[TOMATORAVEL]

31st Oct 2009 - 24th Jan 2010
Art Tower Mito, Comtemporary Art gallery

Open= 9:30-18:00*last entry17:30 
Holiday = every Monday / from 27th of Dec(Sun) to 4th of Jan (Mon)*23th of Nov and 11th of Jan are opened (24th of Nov and 12th of Jan are closed)
Ticket = included the exhibition ticket「Beuys in Japan 」
organized = Art tower Mito cooperration=I.T.H / Asia system service / Small Japanese restaurant Washingtown / Very trendy shop Washingtown / Naoyuki Takada / Kouji Miyazoe planning = Yu Tankehisa(curator Art tower Mito, Comtemporary art centre)
enquiry =Art tower Mito tel 029-227-8120 
1-6-8 Goken-tyo, Mito-city, Ibaraki 〒310-0063 Japan  


info>>http://www.arttowermito.or.jp/ 
more info >>http://www.washingtown.jp


FESTIVAL REMAINS 3
"LAST HOME"

25th Oct - 24th Nov 2008

Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and all public holidays

Admission Free
open: 2F 11:00 ~ 17:00 1F 11:00 ~ 0:00

Kotoku-Shoten
1-2-10 Minami -tyo
, Mito-shi, Ibaraki,Japan


>>www.arttowermito.or.jp/art











Contribution to Androgyny Magazine
issue no.4
'Beyond sight'


March 2008 on sale

>>www.androgynymag.co.uk











CLUB TRANSMEDIALE.08 -UNPREDICTABLE

25th of January 2008

19:30~

Linienstraße 227
10178 Berlin-Mitte
Germany


>>clubtransmediale 08

Late at Tate Britain

4th of January 2008

18:00-22:00

Millbank
London SW1P 4RG


>>more info

Contribution to Androgyny Magazine
issue no.3
'Red Head'

end of August 2007 on sale

>>www.androgynymag.co.uk












The 20 pounds big toe sofa chair pull 2007
by Mark Mcgowan

11th August 2007

from 12pm onwards
Rye Lane, London, SE15


>>www.markmcgowan.org


The Invisible Transfer of Signals

evening talk

7th July 2007
7 - 11pm


The event is part of Dragos Olea's residency at the Romanian Cultural Institute, when together with the Institute, he launches a platform for future cultural partnership projects.


Dragos Olea on The Invisible Transfer of Signals
Addmission is free but places are limited. For reservations,
please call 0207 752 0134 or email >> office@icr-london.co.uk


Institutul Cultural Roman London
1 Belgrave Square
London, SW1X 8PH
United Kingdom
>> Romanian curtural institute London
>> map



Show you my cork
history of Corking 2002-2007
conducted by THE CORKING BAND

23rd June 2007
Performance starts 10pm
The performance is going to be held on closing night of the event
“DESTINATION AREA10'.
The event opening time: 8pm – 2pm.


AREA10 Project Space
Eagle Wharf
Peckham Hill Street London SE15 5JT
Train: Peckham Rye Station
more info:
>> PRESS RELEASE (pdf)
>> THE CORKING BAND



Corking Laboratory series
The Kürtenscharfer Spectacle

>> The Corking Laboratory Series
>> Bekväm Radicals









one two three corking performance

24th - 26th April 2007

Yaguchi will perform 3 different performances in 3days for Matthew Stone’s solo exhibition at Union Gallery.

performance schedule

24th 7:30pm onward (the show is opening 6-9pm)
25th 7:30pm onward (the show is opening 6-9pm)
26th 7:30pm onward (the show is opening 6-9pm)

UNION GALLERY

57 EWER STREET
LONDON SE1 0NR

TRAVEL
by tube:Southwark
by bus:77, 78, 319, 213, 235
map: click here
more info: >> www.union-gallery.com





STRIKE UP THE CORKING
from strike up the band no.2 side A

24th March 2007
THE EVENT -wowow-
20:00
Curzon rail station
Curzon Street
Birmingham
UK

Curzon Street Station was a railway station in Birmingham in the 19th century and is the world's oldest surviving piece of monumental railway architecture.
This performance is homage to the station and Yaguchi is dancing and dancing for revival of the station.





iPROJECTmyCORKING -sonorous son-

11 Feburary 2007
3pm onward

National Review of Live Art
Tramway
25 Albert Drive, Glasgow G41 2PE
more info: >> www.newmoves.co.uk
>> www.tramway.org

The National Review of Live Art - the UK's foremost performance art festival - returns to Tramway once again following the success of last year's event.

For five days, the entire building will give itself over to a full programme of live art, performance and installation from both renowned and emerging artists drawn from all over the world.

A detailed programme of the event can be found in the Tramway brochure.

'The National Review of Live Art fields one of the most open-minded, far-reaching and rewardingly varied programmes of radical new work in the world.'

The Herald