20181117 The biggest tsunami was 21.1m 最大の津波は21.1m

Repairing Earthquake Project, The biggest tsunami was 21.1m, 2018 version. Windsock at 21.1m on the roof of Stroom Den Haag Photo: Ayako Nishibori, courtesy: Stroom Den Haag

“The biggest tsunami was 21.1m”, 2018 version, windsock at 21.1m on the roof of Stroom Den Haag
「最大の津波は21.1m」2018バージョン、Stroom Den Haagの屋根上21.1mの高さに吹流しを設置しました。

The exhibition “Repairing Earthquake Project” until 27 January 2019 at Stroom Den Haag
展覧会「地震を直すプロジェクト」は2019年1月27日までStroom Den Haagにて開催しています。


Public program during the exhibition   Stroom School: Rising Waters
会期中のパブリックプログラム Stroom School: Rising Waters

Wednesday 28 November 2018, 20:00 Lecture/presentation Peter Fend
Sunday 2 December 2019, 15:00 Guided tour Nishiko
Wednesday 12 December 2018, 20:00 Lecture/presentation Annechien Meier
Wednesday 9 January 2019, 20:00 Lecture/presentation Betsy Damon
Sunday 13 January 2019, 15:00 Guided tour Nishiko
Wednesday 23 January 2019, 20:00 Lectures/presentations Maarten Vanden Eynde + Tieme Haddeman
Sunday 27 January 2019, 12:00-17:00 Finissage


3がつ11にちをわすれないためにセンター center for remembering 3.11

Interview with the Mayor of Amsterdam and the Mayor of Amstelveen

撮影 2012年9月28日

center for remembering 3.11

sendai mediatheque

Tsukumogami @ Oerol festival 2017


A performance by Dadadadan Tenko in cooperation with visual artists Nishiko and Maria Kley

TSUKUMOGAMI will be performed during the Oerol Festival 2017 on the island of Terschelling.
Tsukumogami is about one of the largest natural disasters in Japanese history: the seaquake of 11 March 2011. Nearly 20,000 people lost their life and hundreds of thousands were affected by the disaster. Over 2,500 people are still missing.

Tsukumogami is a co-production of musicians and artists from Japan and the Netherlands. Together they give – from their own artistry and in interaction with nature – a powerful performance of great expressiveness.

Daily performance at the Oerol Festival from 9 until 18 June 2017 at 12:30 and 15:45.


20151016 Plastic bottle ペットボトル

This empty plastic bottle was washed ashore on the beach in Tofino, Canada.

I took it to Watari, one of the tsunami-hit areas and threw it into the bin.

20151003 Tofino (Canada)  トフィーノ(カナダ)


There were many objects washed away in the tsunami in 2011, then washed ashore on the beach of Tofino, Canada. Thanks to the local artist Pete Clarkson and Hisako & Fumina for taking me there.

日本にて Found in Japan

Pete’s installation dedicated to the victims of the disaster.