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In this project, applicants were sent a poster every month that they could display in a place of their choosing. For a total of eight months, from October 2014 to May 2015, a series of posters, designed by Tsutomu Nishioka and featuring images of works by participating artists, appeared in various locations around the city. This active approach of sending the posters to applicants in France, America, Germany, Taiwan, and other locations around the world made it possible to create a unique connection between Parasophia, people, and the city.

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  • ppp_vol.1 PPP 01: Ann Lislegaard, Oracles, Owls… Some Animals Never Sleep, 2012–14. Double-channel 3D animation with sound. Still from animation shown at the 19th Biennale of Sydney, 2014. Courtesy of the artist and Murray Guy Gallery, New York
  • ppp_vol.2 PPP 02: Installation view of Arin Rungjang, Golden Teardrop, 2013. Site-specific installation with video and sculpture. Photo by Kornkrit Jianpinidnan, courtesy of the artist and the Office of Contemporary Art and Culture, Thailand
  • ppp_vol.3 PPP 03: Still from Aernout Mik, Touch, rise and fall, 2008. Video installation. Courtesy of the artist and carlier | gebauer
  • ppp_vol.4 PPP 04: Hoefner/Sachs, Honey Neustadt, 2006. © Hoefner/Sachs
  • ppp_vol.5 PPP 05: Dominique Gonzalez-Foerster, M.2062 (la partie de l’opera): Vera Nabokov, 2014. Photo by Giasco Bertoli. © Fondation Louis Vuitton
  • ppp_vol.6 PPP 06: Yasumasa Morimura, Las Meninas renacen de noche V: Drawn by a distant light, awaken to the darkness, 2013. Chromogenic print
  • ppp_vol.7 PPP 07: William Kentridge, Second-hand Reading, 2013. Flip book film from drawings on single pages of the Shorter Oxford English Dictionary
  • ppp_vol.8 PPP 08: Installation view of Cai Guo-Qiang, Kyoto Da Vincis, 2015 at Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art for Parasophia: Kyoto International Festival of Contemporary Culture 2015. (In foreground: Wu Yulu, Dot-Painting Damien Hirst, 2010)