Takashi Horisaki is a Manhattan-based artist born in Tokyo, Japan. Horisaki’s practice is a sculptural exploration of the histories recorded in the surfaces of objects, people and architectures in which he designs performative systems and object-making processes that become metaphors for the effects of time on our bodies and our environments.
This summer, Horisaki will be holding a series of workshops as part of his project: Social Dress Lower East Side – Material Memories. You are invited to join the artist and his student team to learn the process of latex casting in a free sculptural workshop for LES communities. Bring your own memorable item from home to cast while sharing stories of these objects with each other.
Project Team: Takashi Horisaki, Bethany Chan, Bianca Yee, Cole Tracy, Grace Shun, Jordan Delzell, Meredith Cristal, Nissim Ram, Zoe Penina Baker
July 2 (Wed), 2-4pm at GOLES (171 Avenue B on E 11th Street)
July 9 (Wed), 10am-12pm for age below 20s at Baruch House (110 Columbia Street)
July 9 (Wed), 2-4pm for adult at Baruch House (110 Columbia Street)
July 12 (Sat), 11am-3pm at Pier 42
July 12 (Sat), 3:30-7pm at Rutgers Houses (0ff 170 Madison Street)
July 16 (Wed), 6-8pm at Primitiva Church (207-209 East Broadway, btw Jefferson and Clinton Streets)
July 23 (Wed), 2-4pm at GOLES (171 Avenue B on E 11th Street)
July 25 (Fri), 3-5pm at Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center (107 Suffolk Street, btw Delancy and Rivington Streets)
July 25 (Fri), 5:30-8pm at Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center (107 Suffolk Street, btw Delancy and Rivington Streets)
July 30 (Wed) 2-4pm at The Tenement Museum (103 Orchard Street, 2nd Fl. The Delancey Room.)
August 1 (Fri) 10am-12pm @ Two Bridges Senior Apartments, 80 Rutgers Slip (Building located at the corner of Rutgers Slip & Cherry Street. Chinese translation will also be available.)
Please visit Takashi Horisaki’s website to learn more about the project and sign up for workshops.