Zentai is a performance in full body tights invented in Japan in the 1980’s. Japan Creative Centre is delighted to present Zentai Art Exhibition: Invisible Whole 3 by Ms Yuzuru Maeda and accompanying group of artists. Zentai Art Project uses Zenshin Tights: a Japanese word for skin-tight garments that covers the entire body, in which things that define an individual’s sense of identity, such as ‘my hair’, ‘my skin’, ‘my thoughts’ or ‘my clothes’, no longer exist. This exhibition explores the influence of Japan-born Zentai culture in Singapore with performances, paintings, photography, video and installations.
Participating artists: Ben Puah, Lee Wen, Marla Bendini, Dan Yeo, Wen Chao, Nigel Tan, Ho Zheng Feng, Kai Eng, Han Fei, Ryosuke Hashiguchi, Yuzuru Maeda.
Zentai Walk: 23 May 2015, 2pm – 5pm
120 people dressed in Zentai suits will walk down Orchard Road
Venue: Japan Creative Center, 4 Nassim Road
When: 23 May - 5 Jun 2015, 10am - 6pm (Closed on Sun, Mon, Public Holidays & 2nd June)