New York-based Japanese artist Ei Arakawa creates a series of collaborative performances and actions during his week residency at the Tanks, Tate Modern.

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In this film, we meet the artist whose work takes inspiration from the Jikken Kobo and Gutai groups whose activities took place in 1950s post-war Japan, exploring performance and cross-disciplinary action. He performed along with the works by contemporary artists such as Jutta Koether, Kerstin Brätsch, Stefan Tcherepnin, Silke Otto-Knapp and Florian Pumhösl.