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Artist Talk: Yamauchi Shota

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MAM Project 030 x MAM Digital: Yamauchi Shota Related Program
Japanese-English simultaneous interpretation available

The this exhibition-featured artist, Yamauchi Shota will talk about his works in the exhibition.

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Appearing
Yamauchi Shota (Exhibition-Featured Artist)
Discussant
Tsubaki Reiko (Curator, Mori Art Museum)
Date & Time
19:00-20:30, Tuesday, February 7, 2023 (Doors open: 18:20)
* Mori Art Museum will close at 17:00 and MAM Project 030 x MAM Digital: Yamauchi Shota will reopen at 18:20 only for those with bookings.
Aoki Noe
Yamauchi Shota
The Planet of Faces
2022
Interactive mixed media installation
System engineer: Sone Koki, Hayakawa Shoto
3D modeling: Kato Daisuke
Sound: Komatsu Kazumichi
Installation view: MAM Project 030 x MAM Digital: Yamauchi Shota, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2022-2023
Photo: Kioku Keizo
Aoki Noe
Yamauchi Shota
The Planet of Faces
2022
Interactive mixed media installation
System engineer: Sone Koki, Hayakawa Shoto
3D modeling: Kato Daisuke
Sound: Komatsu Kazumichi
Installation view: MAM Project 030 x MAM Digital: Yamauchi Shota, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, 2022-2023
Photo: Kioku Keizo

Yamauchi Shota

Born 1992 in Gifu, lives and works in Kanagawa. Yamauchi graduated from the Kanazawa College of Art, Department of Fine Art, Sculpture in 2014, and received his MFA in New Media from the Tokyo University of the Arts Graduate School of Film and New Media in 2016. Recent solo exhibitions include The Second Texture, Gallery TOH (Tokyo, 2021), Ballet Mécanique, RICOH ART GALLERY (Tokyo, 2022) and Love & Humor, EUKARYOTE (Tokyo, 2022); along with group show participation in Roppongi Crossing 2019: Connexions, Mori Art Museum (Tokyo, 2019), The Museum in the Multi-layered Word, NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] (Tokyo, 2021), D.T. Suzuki: Life= Zen=Art, Watari-um, The Watari Museum of Contemporary Art (Tokyo, 2022), Reborn-Art Festival 2021-22 (Miyagi, 2002), and Ars Electronica Festival 2022 (Linz, Austria, 2022). Recipient of the TERRADA ART AWARD 2021 Kaneshima Takahiro and Audience Awards, and an Excellence Award in the Art Division of the 25th Japan Media Arts Festival (2022).

Yamauchi Shota
Photo: Kioku Keizo

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Booking Period
2023.1.12 [Thu] - 2.5 [Sun]
Venue
Auditorium, Mori Art Museum
Capacity
50 (booking required, first-come basis)
Fee
Free
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