Megumi Horiuchi

堀内 恵

There is the hole

Former Lumen gallery vacant store. There is the hole

Just as there is the word to return to the soil, there is a burial that digs a hole in the ground and burials when a person dies. There are other burial methods besides burial, but in any case, the body will eventually be buried under the surface of the earth due to the gravity of the earth. In other words, the body below the surface of the earth is a body that no longer exists in this world. The only way to really get rid of it is to dig the ground and hide it. The author, Megumi Horiuchi, who is a dancer, actually digs a hole and pays attention to the movement of thought that is born from the movement of the body. Repeated movements that pierce the ground and scrape out the sand, a tired body and a head that can no longer be thought of. When my body was completely hidden, I looked up and saw only the blue sky. The sky looks like space, as if one person was thrown into space. Maybe it's me who wants to hide. Through the hole, my various memories go around my body and head ... This hole may be "that hole". And again, someone digs up the ground.

Former Lumen gallery vacant store. There is the hole

13:00 - 19:00

Admission free

Open: 4/8-5/8 13:00-19:00

Former Lumen gallery vacant store. There is the hole

2F, 543 Shimourokogata-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto

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