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25 Apr 2014

Future Fragments Café Opens on April 26th at P3, Tokyo

Vegitable Mandala

Future Fragments Café / 25 years anniversary of P3 art and environment
P3 art and environment


Open Hours: 3p.m. to 9 p.m. Date: April 26th, 2014



P3 art and environment
1F Annex Bldg., 3-34-1 Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku
Tokyo, 160-0004

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P3 art and environment 25th Anniversary Event
Past, Present→Future Fragments Cafe

April 26 (Saturday) 2014 3 p.m. OPEN / START

Movie Showing: 'The Atomic Cafe,' Messages from Artists, Video Clips including P3 Activities
Dance Performance: 'Futago no Mibojin' (Veuves Jumelles)/ Music: Shingo Yamazaki
One-on-One Talks: Takashi Serizawa with Yofu Takizawa (next Chief Priest of Tochoji Temple)
Takashi Serizawa with Ryuta Imafuku (cultural anthropologist, critic)
Sound Performance: Keitetsu Murai
Bass: Goldman Akita

Food and drink: MANGOSTEEN
With generous support from Asahi Breweries Ltd.

Site: P3 art and environment
Entrance is FREE OF CHARGE 
Organic vegetables mandala and drink, FREE OF CHARGE
Food ¥500

P3 art and environment was launched in 1989 as part of the Bankizan Tochoji Temple's 400th anniversary celebrations. P3 was a leader in producing and exhibiting contemporary expressions, from art on. Its site was the basement hall of Tochoji Temple, located in Yotsuya-4chome, Tokyo. Until P3 left Tochoji in 1999, it hosted numerous vanguard cultural events, including exhibitions by John Cage and Cai Guo-Qiang. After that, P3 'free-floated' without a fixed site, planning and producing art projects everywhere in Japan. Tochoji has now asked P3 to take charge of its novel cultural and social projects, as the temple takes new directions.

April 26, 2014, marks the 25th anniversary of the birth of P3 in Tochoji's underground Hall. We are planning a birthday bash for that day. The party will kick-off our future developments, and also debut our new site.
Welcome, old and new friends alike!

Timetable (As currently scheduled)
3 p.m. Opening/Showing of film, 'The Atomic Café'
4:45 p.m. Dance: 'Futago no Mibojin' (Veuves Jumelles)
5:30 p.m. One-on-one conversation: Takashi Serizawa with Yofu Takizawa (next Head Priest of Tochoji Zen Temple)
6:30 p.m. Performance: Keitetsu Murai
7:30 p.m. One-on-one conversation: Takashi Serizawa with Ryuta Imafuku (cultural anthropologist, critic)

Food Concept: 'Food of the Future'
• Good food that gets and keeps you full with just small amounts, including fermented foods and raw foods ('living food'), etc.
• Foods that have the effects of removing impurities and with detoxification effects, including via hemp charcoal cooking, etc.
• Food items that improve one's own healing abilities, including through fermentation, etc.

The Atomic Cafe
Disturbing collection of 1940s and 1950s United States government issued propaganda films designed to reassure Americans that the atomic bomb was not a threat to their safety.
Directors: Jayne Loader, Kevin Rafferty, Pierce Rafferty