After all, throughout “
+813″ and “.JP”, they showed a potential for spatial art produced by unification of all elements with no genre. They shook a certain corner of the seaside in Yokohama with combining all elements or artists that can be each independent “performance”.
The space with architecture, sounds, visuals, physical expression and interactive media made me believe that if the four-dimensional world could exist, this might be it.
Sometimes I was stuck inside a box, sometimes I was watching a phenomenon that appeared in the darkness of the universe. The more I traveled, the more I felt the depth of this whole event. Digital but analog, uniform independence, quiet but fierce, round sharpness, old but new… there might be no other place which are fit for such contradictious words.
What will BankART Studio NYK have from now? What will Sal Vanilla show us in the future? The two whereabouts just cannot be ignored. Even the venue will be different, I would like you to feel their spatial art in “Vanilla Sports Vol.03” this December.
Sal Vanilla “.JP”, “+813”
Date: September 7th – 11th, 2005
Place: Yokohama BankART NYK Hall
Address: 3-9 Kaigandori, Naka-ku, Yokohama, Japan
Tel: +81 (0)45 663 4677