¡Plas Plas! project vol.1
Osaka Central Forum


2/15 wed.ー3/04 sat.

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+1art will begin a new project " ¡plas, plas! *" this year. This is a project to support young artists who use sound as a material or create works inspired by sound. This is an exhibition series in which various styles of exhibitions are planned together with artists. In the first year of 2023, an exhibition by 4 artists (4 groups) will be held. This exhibition is the first exhibition of ¡plas, plas! Project.
Expression acts will become even more diverse in this turbulent era where unexpected situations sway. We have a feeling that unimaginable new style works will be born one after another. We hope that the gallery space will be the starting point.

(* ¡plas, plas! ” is a Spanish onomatopoeia for applause.)


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Every Saturday, we hold round-table discussions on specific themes.

Entrance fee 500 yen
Up to 15 people each day

2/18 sat. PM5〜7

2/25 sat. PM5〜7

3/04 sat. PM5〜7



Born in Osaka in 1993. Lives in Kyoto. After graduating from Kyoto University of Art and Design (now Kyoto University of the Arts) in 2016, she received a master's degree from the same university in 2020. Major residencies include ARCUS project (2022/Ibaraki), Cité internationale des arts (2021/Paris), exhibition “Not so slow, but not sofast.” (KUNSTARZT/Kyoto), group exhibition “FIERLD WORK” (Tokyo). Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum), etc.



Born in Wakayama Prefecture in 1991. 2017 Graduated from Kyoto City University of Arts Graduate School of Fine Arts majoring in conceptual design. Recent exhibitions include “Turning Mountain, Foot Seat” Solo Exhibition at Aomori International Art Center (Aomori, 2022), “Kinan Art Week 2021” Minakata Kumagusu Museum (Wakayama, 2021), “Gunma Youth Biennale 2021” Gunma Prefectural Modern There are museums (Gunma, 2021).