What is the self ? What is the body ?
Naotaka Fujii + GRINDER-MAN + evala
Immersive experience art piece "The Mirror" asks relation between the self and the body. A participant, wearing a head mounted display and headphones, interacts with his/her mirror image displayed on the screen in front. Timeline of the mirror image jumps from now to past back and forth so that the participant starts losing 'here and now’ feeling. And feeling an existence of others who don't actually exist guides us to reconstruct a novel structure of the self and the body.
Photos : keizo Kioku
Photos : Koki Nagahama © 2016 Getty Images
Photo by Masaki Miyai
Photographs courtesy of Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto
Head of Laboratory for Adaptive Intelligence, BSI, RIKEN and CEO of Hacosco Inc. Born in Hiroshima in 1965, Opthalmologist, Neuroscientist, Entrepreneur and Artist
GRINDER-MAN is a performance group formed by director Hitoshi Taguchi and choreographer Makiko Izu, aiming to create physical expressions that embrace carefully crafted spontaneity: in other words, the concept of “Here and now”, through producing, directing and choreography. Their theatrical productions have featured at museums, theatres and on the streets. They also collaborate and contribute to many varied projects, across multiple genres beyond art.
Musician, sound artist. Born in Kyoto, 1976. Evala is known for his cutting-edge electronic music, and has shared his creativity in many national and international music/art festivals, performed and provided topological transform-sound design for public spaces, stage, films and ads. His recent works include CD ‘acoustic bend’, installation ‘Otocyon megalotis-‘Bat-eared Fox’’, as well as collaborations with Perfume, ONE OK ROCK, and Sakanaction.