Sachiko Kodama explores within her artwork ‘The Art and Science of Ferrofluid’ the pulsating nature of science and amorphous character of time and space based on the shape of magnetic waves…
Sachiko Kodama: The Art and Science of Ferrofluid
Photos taken from Kontejner
Karakuri Block by Natsu Kawakita and Nobuya Suzuki is a project from 2004, but I have decided to include them into my reviewing of the exhibition Device_art 3.009 because it’s based on storytelling concept.
Karakuri Block by Natsu Kawakita and Nobuya Suzuki
Japanese animated film Cornelis by Ayaka Nakata has won the Award for Excellence at last year’s edition of Asia Digital Award in the Moving Images category… it’s a classic animated film ‘that stems from a foundation of dance choreography’, as nicely said by people form Cartoon Brew.
Dancer and choreographer Hiroaki Umeda had been treated here with special care… His dancing technique, space design and approach to technology have made it so… I found this video thanks to DBM Mediterranean Dance Network which posted Umeda’s new video ‘Adapting for distortion’ on their Facebook profile several hours ago.
Hiroaki Umeda in ‘Adaptation for distortion’
Photo by Anna von Kooij (c)