A collaborative project with Kyoto-based artist Koki Tanaka, commissioned in the framework of How to work together and in partnership with Liverpool Biennial.
The project departs from Tanaka's curiosity about the local histories of The Showroom's neighbourhood, Church Street and comprises of a series of new collective acts and an exhibition of new and existing works.
Part of the third and final round of annual How to work together commissions.
How to work together is a shared programme of contemporary art commissioning and research organised by The Showroom, Chisenhale Gallery and Studio Voltaire, and is supported by a capacity building and match-funding grant from Arts Council England through Catalyst Arts, with additional funding from Bloomberg and Jerwood Charitable Foundation. With additional funding for the 2016 commissions from Cockayne – Grants for the Arts and The London Community Foundation. For more information please visit www.howtoworktogether.org.
The project is also supported by Vitamin Creative Space, The Japan Foundation, The Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation and the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation.
Liverpool Biennial and The Showroom are working in partnership on the commissioning of Koki Tanaka's work in 2016.