Kikuchi Arts Centre as part of Mirai Nikki (Future Diary)

The moment the sensory information clashes with your brainwaves it creates a unique set of chain reactions and starts to form a network of references based on your existing perspective. This space of perception is the essence of the project. Perhaps, that is the location of the future.

It’s over to you. The world is on your shoulders.

Kikuchi Arts Centre is a video work included in a group exhibition, Mirai Nikki (Future Diary)  curated by Max Trevor Thomas Edmond at the Enjoy Contemporary Art Space in Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand.

New Zealand born artist Max and Japanese artist Shinoka inherited a disused house near the Kikuchi River in Kyushu. They plan to convert this one-hundred-year-old home into an arts centre. This community space is now pregnant with hopes for future philosophers to discuss and explore, and creative ideas to flourish.


Moon on the Water composed by Sandy Evans

Koto music by Satsuki Odamura and Satsuki Odamura Koto Ensemble


31 May – 24 June

Wednesday – Friday 11am – 6pm
Saturday 11am – 4pm


211 Left Bank, off Cuba St
Te Aro
Te Whanganui-a-Tara Wellington 6011

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