The Japan Media Arts Festival presents ‘Beyond The Technology’, a film program of works which received awards at the 17th edition of the festival.
We are very honoured to collaborate with the Japan Media Arts Festival this year. The presentations at TodaysArt are supported by bunkachō (The Agency for Cultural Affairs Japan).
Beyond The Technology
New modes of expression made possible by the continuing evolution of digital technology have produced today’s sense of great diversity. This program features the sensibilities of the creators and imaginative powers they share with regard to our contemporary world through the introduction of thirteen works.
Kaoru Sugano + Sotaro Yasumochi + Yu Orai + Nadya Kirillova + Kyoko Yonezawa + Kosai Sekine + Taeji Sawai + Daito Manabe (JP/RU) – Sound of Honda / Ayrton Senna 1989 | Kensaku Kakimoto (JP) – minicar music player. | Saigo No Shudan (Ayumu Arisaka + Mai Oita + Ren Kohata) (JP) – YAKENOHARA “RELAXIN” | Koichiro Tsujikawa (JP) – salyu × salyu “hanashitaianatato” | Masahiko Sato + Euphrates (JP) – ballet rotoscope | Quayola (IT) – Strata #4 | Tsubasa Oyagi + Kampei Baba + Takcom + Koshi Miura + Takayuki Watanabe + Sadanori Maeda + Toshiyuki Hashimoto + Hironori Terai + Takahiko Kajima (JP) – TOKYO CITY SYMPHONY | Tom Wrigglesworth + Matt Robinson – (UK) – Travis “Moving” | Z-MACHINES (JP) – Z-MACHINES Project | Kogoro Kurata + Wataru Yoshizaki (JP) – Suidobashi Heavy Industry “KURATAS” | Victor Haegelin (FR) – Professor Kliq: Wire & Flashing Lights | World Order (JP) – WORLD ORDER in BUDOKAN | Roy Tamaki + Kurando Furuya (JP) – Roy Tamaki: Wonderful