Eiko Otake: A Body In Places

EIKO OTAKE. COURTESY OF JOSEPH SCHEER, IEA AT NYSCC

Eiko Otake: A Body In Places

Center for Contemporary Art & Culture at PNCA , Sep 5 – Oct 24

by Robin Laurence

After her September 5 live performance, Japanese performance artist Eiko Otake unveils a show of 2-D art on the same theme, her revisiting of post-nuclear-disaster Fukushima. There are new prints and videos, including a screening of A Body in Fukushima, which has photos by William Johnston edited by Otake. It’s all about disaster and the abundance of nature. Look for a nighttime swarm of moths in the Kanakadea Forest.

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