Shinjuku Gyoen is located in the center of Tokyo, with the essence of historical of Japan and linked to the new National Stadium for the Tokyo Olympics / Paralympics 2020. This project hopes to serve as a bridge to Japanese culture by creating a space that all people can enjoy collectively.
The event is displaying installations of light & sound in this public space, which has been largely closed off to the public until now.
About the artists
Born in Gifu prefecture in 1984. Artist. Graduated from Musashino Art University. Time sculpture “toki-” series in masterpieces. Ars Electronica Festival 2018, THE Doraemon exhibition TOKYO, and more in major exhibitions in recent years.
Born in 1989. Based in Tokyo.
After graduating from Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences (IAMAS), transferred to Tama Art University Information Design Department.
Focusing on modularity and repetitive nature, exploring the sensation that visual patterns obtained from it give.
Completed The University of Tokyo graduate school in 2010. He has been doing experimental productions focusing on phenomena without sticking to technology and tools, and exhibits some of his works at domestic and overseas exhibitions such as ARS ELECTRONICA. Received the new face award of the Japan Media Arts Festival.
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