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We meet at 7.30 p.m. to discover 3 art installations, then enter the concert hall at 8 p.m, the concert starts at 8.30 p.m.
Audio and visual concordance is key in Kurokawa’s works. The Japanese artist considers both the audio and visual elements as different vectors of one unique piece that have to flow together and enter into collision at the same time. Based on this principle of hybridisation, the audiovisual concert subassemblies explores the relationship between nature and human-made structures through an architectural perspective. The main visual sources of this project are 3D data captured from laser scanning, thermal images and filmed footage of forests, architecture and ruins which are distorted and reconstructed into modules as subassemblies, thus creating a renewed timeline with renewed layers of order and disorder while revealing the force of both nature and art.
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Note: From 16 years old; Strobe lights used during this show may cause discomfort and potentially trigger seizures for people with photosensitive epilepsy
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Covid-19 measures need to be respected: Protected content
In addition to wearing a mask, a physical distance of at least 2 metres is compulsary
photo courtesy of R. Kurokawa Studios
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