Projects/Exhibitions 2017 (Japan research 2016)


16th December 2017 – 27th February 2018
Group exhibition ‘the Fox and the grapes’, Kunstvereniging Diepenheim, curated by Alexandra Landré
I exhibit video  ‘Swinging Sleeves’ & installation ‘Test Charts’

 Video recorded in Japan (Arita), duration: 05:58min, performers: Fukuda Hazuki / Oghi Akari / Watanabe Midori (kimono) / Yuriko Matsuoka


21 till 29 OCTOBER 2017

Exhibition organized by Saga Prefecture
Project ‘Bow Clap Bow’, porcelain objects made during Arita Residency

This exhibition showcases six projects which have been developed by each individual artist during their three month residency programme in the porcelain town of Arita, Japan in 2016 and 2017.
The exhibition design: by Scholten & Baijings
sponsors: Saga Prefecture, The Mondriaan Fund, Stimuleringsfonds, The Netherlands Embassy Tokyo
Open: Sat- Sun, 11:00- 18:00
address: Veem Torenallee 80 Eindhoven


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Solo exhibition by Ruta Butkute, installation & performance ‘Swinging Sleeve’, project space Bradwolff Projects, Amsterdam (curated Christine van den Bergh)
performances on 5th of March at 17:00  & 2nd of April 17:00
Supported By AFK (Amsterdam fonds voor de kunst)
Performers: Roos van Berkel and Tashi Iwaoka

photo credits: Christine van den Bergh

During Art Rotterdam Intersections BRADWOLFF PROJECTS will present
Swinging Sleeve from 8th to the 12th of February 2017. It is a performative installation by Ruta Butkute, curated by Christine van den Bergh

Times performance Swinging Sleeve

8 February 13:00
9 February 14:30
10 February 17:00
11 February 15:00
12 February 14:00

Performers Roos van Berkel and Tashi Iwaoka


7th OCT (2016) Opening Performance T Shape, exhibition ‘Made in Japan’, Cultuurcentrum Strombeek Grimbergen, BE

artist: Ruta Butkute / performer: Yurie Umamoto / curated by Work Space Brussels & CC Strombeek

Performance times:
8.30 – 8.45PM
9.30 – 9.45PM

12 Oktober – 12 November 2016 @ workspacebrussels ( opening 12, 18:00 – 22:00 ), Project ‘Bow Clap Bow 1/2 ‘sculpture installation+video process Arita
part of group exhibition ‘In praise of waves’ Japanese culture as source of inspiration


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