27-30 September 2018 at Hundred Years Gallery
Private view: 27 Sept, 18:00 – 21:30
Performance Night: 29 Sept, 20:00 – 22.00 | Tickets: £8.97 book online
Exhibition: 28-30 Sept (Fri: 12.00-19.00, Sat: 15.00 – 19.00, Sun: 12.00 – 18.00)
For her first solo exhibition at Hundred Years Gallery, Tomoko Hojo explores the relationship between voices missing from the archive through photographs, objects, scores and sounds. Based on Yoko Ono’s historical exhibition ‘Unfinished Paintings and Objects’ at Indica Gallery, London, 1966, this show ‘Unfinished Descriptions’ focuses on undocumented works and highlights silenced parts of that exhibition and Yoko Ono herself.
Hojo’s exhibition at Hundred Years Gallery will be activated through performances on the evening of 29 September, with a special guest composer/performer Andy Ingamells. The program mainly focuses on Ono’s undocumented works in the original exhibition in 1966, such as Dawn Stone, Draw Line Painting, Shake Hands Piece as well as different versions of ‘O14’ which gathered from diverse collaborators.
This exhibition is a celebration of Hojo’s work as a Visiting Researcher at CRiSAP, London College of Communication between October 2017 and September 2018.
Read the full details about Unfinished Descriptions.
Image credit: Tomoko Hojo performing ‘I am listening to you’ at LUX. Photograph by Giles Bailey