Yasuto Masumoto called us recently on March 10 and asked if CAMP would like to contribute to Charley magazine. Yasuto is an artist and we featured him and another artist Meiro Koizumi in one of our exhibitions at CAMP. In February, he founded a collective called "Collective Parasol" in Kyoto with a group of artists and curators. They were given four pages to contribute to the magazine, and gave one of the pages to us.
CAMP's objective is to reflect on various issues on contemporary art through collaborating with artists, curators, critics, researchers and students, and organizing various events including talks, exhibitions and parties mainly in Tokyo. Our website, which contains the archive of past events, is only in Japanese (sorry). However, rather than introducing our past activities here, we are making an attempt as following.
We have asked all the participants of CAMP to post their answers to the question, "what are important questions for you?" to Twitter in English. To read the posts, you can search "#wiq" on Twitter (or http://wthashtag.com/wiq). If you have an account, you can add your own comment or make contact with the participants.
We look forward to creating interactions and discussions with you.