「天空の黎明」プログラム04「女の子たち 紡ぐと織る」[事前収録映像配信]/Girls, Spinning and Weaving (Pre-recorded)

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「天空の黎明」プログラム04「女の子たち 紡ぐと織る」[事前収録映像配信]/Girls, Spinning and Weaving (Pre-recorded)

東東京の歴史を数年かけてリサーチしてきた寺尾紗穂が、かつてこの地で生きていた「女工」を題材とした物語を小林エリカに依頼、青葉市子とともに物語を読み、歌い、奏でます。女工たちが働いていた東京モスリン吾嬬工場の跡に建てられた、隅田川に繋がる北十間川にほど近い文花団地。そぼ降る雨の中、女工たちが実際に歌っていた歌が響き、団地の踊り場で遠い遠い過去の記憶が蘇ります。

 

出演者:寺尾紗穂、青葉市子


Saho Terao, who has spent several years researching the history of East Tokyo, commissioned Erika Kobayashi to write a story about the women spinning mill workers who once lived in this area, and will perform it with Ichiko Aoba. Built on the site of the Tokyo Muslin Azuma Plant, where the women workers worked, Bunka Danchi (a housing development) is located near the Kitajukken River, which connects to the Sumida River. In the drizzling rain, the songs actually sung by the women workers echoed in the air. Memories of the distant past come back to life on a landing of the housing development. 

 

Performers:Saho Terao, Ichiko Aoba

「天空の黎明」プログラム04「女の子たち 紡ぐと織る」[事前収録映像配信]/Girls, Spinning and Weaving (Pre-recorded)

寺尾紗穂

1981年東京生まれ。2007年ピアノ弾き語りアルバム「御身」が話題になり,坂本龍一や大貫妙子らから賛辞が寄せられる。大林宣彦監督の「転校生 さよならあなた」、安藤桃子監督の「0.5ミリ」など主題歌やCMの仕事も多い。2010年よりビッグイシューを応援する音楽イベント「りんりんふぇす」を主催。2020年3月29日に10回目を山谷で開催予定。あだち麗三郎、伊賀航と共にバンド「冬にわかれて」でも活動を続けている。最新刊は『彗星の孤独』(スタンドブックス)、最新アルバムは「たよりないもののために」。2018年より朝日新聞書評委員。2020年3月新アルバム「北へ向かう」発売予定。

Terao Saho (saho terao)
Born in Tokyo in 1981. Debuted on the piano in 2007 with the song “Onmi”. In addition to being selected as the theme song for “Transfer student Good-bye you” (Directed by Nobuhiko Obayashi) and “0.5 mm” (Directed by Momoko Ando), she is also active as a CM music producer, narrator, and essayist. There are many serials on the web and in newspapers, and she released books such as “Nuclear Workers” (Kodansha Gendai Shinsho), “South Sea and I” (Littlemore), “Palau of that time” (Shueisha) and “Solitude of comet” (Stand Books).In 2020, the 9th album “Kita e mukau(To the north)” was released, and in June, the digital single “Hikari no Tamashi(soul of light)” was announced. In November, she plans to release “My favorite folk song for children 2”. In recent years, she has also performed with overseas artists such as Lee Lang in Korea, Rachel Dadd in England, and Fernando Kabusacki in Argentina. In addition, she is also active as a band “Fuyuni wakarete(Behind Winter)” together with Reisaburo Adachi (Dr. Sax) and Wataru Iga (Bass).

「天空の黎明」プログラム04「女の子たち 紡ぐと織る」[事前収録映像配信]/Girls, Spinning and Weaving (Pre-recorded)

青葉市子

音楽家。1990年1月28日生まれ。
2010年にファーストアルバム『剃刀乙女』を発表以降、これまでに7枚のオリジナルアルバムをリリース。うたとクラシックギターをたずさえ、日本各地、世界各国で音楽を奏でる。近年は、ナレーションやCM、舞台音楽の制作、芸術祭でのインスタレーション作品発表など、さまざまなフィールドで創作を行う。活動10周年を迎えた2020年、自主レーベル「hermine」(エルミン)を設立。体温の宿った幻想世界を描き続けている。同年12月2日 、”架空の映画のためのサウンドトラック”としてニューアルバム『アダンの風』を発売した。21年6月21日には渋谷Bunkamuraオーチャードホールにて、アルバムの録音に携わったメンバーと共に室内楽編成によってコンサートを開催。7月7日に『アダンの風』のアナログ盤が発売された。

 

Ichiko Aoba
A musician, born on January 28th, 1990.
After releasing her first album “Kamisori Otome” in 2010, she has released 6 solo albums over the years. With her voice and classical guitar, she has gone on many journeys, performing all over Japan and around the world. Not only has she restricted herself in the music world, she has also taken her talent to another level, taking on roles in narration, advertisement, theatre music, and installation art. In 2020, marking her 10th anniversary, she established her independent label “hermine”. She continues to create a world of fantasy where the heart warmly beats. In December 2020, she released her latest work “Windswept Adan”, a creative masterpiece where Ichiko envisioned writing a “soundtrack for a fictional film”.
On June 21, 2021, he held a chamber music style concert at Shibuya Bunkamura Orchard Hall with the musicians who participated in the recording of his latest work.

「天空の黎明」プログラム04「女の子たち 紡ぐと織る」[事前収録映像配信]/Girls, Spinning and Weaving (Pre-recorded)

小林エリカ

作家・マンガ家。
著書は小説「最後の挨拶 His Last Bow」(講談社)、「トリニティ、トリニティ、トリニティ」(第7回鉄犬ヘテロトピア文学賞受賞)(集英社)など。他に“放射能“の科学史を巡るコミック「光の子ども1,2,3」(リトルモア)、絵本「わたしは しなない おんなのこ」(岩崎書店)などがある。
テキストをもちいたインスタレーションも手掛け、主な展覧会は「野鳥の森 1F」(Yutaka Kikutake Gallery、東京)、「話しているのは誰? 現代美術に潜む文学」(国立新美術館、東京)など。
秋にグループ展「りんご前線 -Hirosaki Encounters」(弘前れんが倉庫美術館)に参加予定。

 

Erika Kobayashi was born in 1978 in Tokyo, Japan. She currently lives and works in Tokyo.Kobayashi creates works that are inspired by things invisible to the eye: time and history, family and memory, and the traces left in places. She was awarded the 7th Tekken Heterotopia Literary Prize in 2020 for her novel Trinity, Trinity, Trinity, published by Shūeisha in 2019 and in 2014, she was nominated for the 27th Mishima Yukio Award and the 151st Akutagawa Award for her novel, Madame Curie to chōshoku o (Breakfast with Madame Curie), also published by Shūeisha. Along with her literary work, she has presented installation pieces as an artist both in Japan and internationally that enable viewers to re-experience various scenes from her writings in which the elements of fiction and documentary drift between personal narrative and social reality.Her other publications include the graphic novel Hikari no kodomo 1.2.3 LUMINOUS (Children of Light: Luminous), which traces the history of the atom and radiation, and a book of her recent writings, drawings, and comics, Wasurerarenai Mono (I Can’t Forget).Kobayashi’s recent solo exhibitions include His Last Bow, Yamamoto Keiko Rochaix, London (2019); 1F in the Forest of Wild BirdsYutaka Kikutake Gallery, Tokyo (2019). Group exhibitions include Image Narratives: Literature in Japanese Contemporary Art, The National Art Center, Tokyo (2019); Roppongi Crossing 2016: My Body, Your Voice, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo (2016); and The Radiants, Bortolami Gallery, New York (2015).US and Canada Edition
“Elemental”TWO LINES PRESS(“Precious Stones” Translated by Brian Bergstrom)
France Edition
“Trinity, Trinity, Trinity”éditions Dalva(Traduit par Mathilde Tamae-Buhon)
US and Canada Edition(in 2022)
“Trinity, Trinity, Trinity”Astra House