Daito Manabe and Motoi Ishibashi, two creators that have been utilizing media technology in their various endeavors traversing a wide area between art, design, advertising and music, will unveil their newest work in the particles exhibition at the Yamaguchi Center for Art and Media [YCAM] from March 3rd until May 5th.
Part of a special program of the Japan Media Arts Festival installed with the aim to offer opportunities to appreciate outstanding works of media art, the exhibition is co-hosted by YCAM and the Agency for Cultural Affairs. Next to producing and presenting the newest work of Daito Manabe and Motoi Ishibashi, prizewinners at the Japan Media Arts Festival, YCAM will also be showing video footage of award-winning works at the 13 th (2009) and 14 th (2010) Japan Media Arts Festival. In addition, a concurrently held exhibition introduces two recent acclaimed works by the artists that have been attracting attention with their combination of unique ideas and excellent programming skills.
Daito Manabe + Motoi Ishibashi “particles”
Date: March 5th – May 5th, 2011
Opening hours: 10:00-19:00
Closed: Tuesdays (Opens on May 3rd)
Place: Yamaguchi Center for Art and Media [YCAM]
Address: 7-7 Nakazono-cho, Yamaguchi
*The exhibition is open through March 31st as a special program of the Japan Media Arts Festival, after which it will continue until May 5th, then hosted by the Yamaguchi City Foundation for Cultural Promotion.
Text: mariko takei