A series project introducing young creators KUMA experiment vol.7 A special exhibition by Hiroto Ikebe, Mitsutoshi Goto, Kazuma Takada, Saya Higuchi, Maya Masuda, and Seika Mori will be held!

Kuma Foundation
A series project introducing young creators KUMA experiment vol.7 A special exhibition by Hiroto Ikebe, Mitsutoshi Goto, Kazuma Takada, Saya Higuchi, Maya Masuda, and Seika Mori will be held!
From February 4th (Sat) to February 12th (Sun), six creator
scholarship students from the 6th term will participate at the Kuma Foundation Gallery (Roppongi), a venue for presentations of young creators supported by the Kuma Foundation.

The Kuma Foundation, a public interest incorporated foundation that works to develop the creators who will lead the next generation, will hold the special exhibition “Reading Life” as the 7th installment of the series “KUMA experiment” announced by 55 creator scholarship students in the 6th batch on February 4, 2023. It will be held from Sunday (Sat) to February 12 (Sun).
Participating creators are Hiroto Ikebe, who creates textile art that combines technology and materials that have existed since ancient times under the theme of “art that returns to the soil”, and respects Japanese culture and aims to reveal a new aesthetic sense. , Mitsutoshi Goto, who attempts to form a self-identity while
recognizing the accumulation of history, Human-Computer Interaction, and Kazuma Takada, who studies the flexibility of people’s sense of self from the perspective of embodied cognitive science. , Saya Higuchi, who uses phenomena as a clue and pursues physical
architecture born from senses, specializes in feminist criticism in New Media, activities that redefine “cyborg” by focusing on the vulnerability of humans and technology, things and animals. Maya Masuda, who is engaged in this project, and Seika Mori, who uses living things to create pottery works with the theme of “purification” with the experience of growing up in a land rich in nature.
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▷ Details https://kuma-foundation.org/gallery/event/kuma-experiment22-07/

Read Raw / Statement
Since 2010, the global environment surrounding humans has undergone major changes, such as global warming and pandemics. Just as architecture transforms the human body and chemical substances remain on the earth far longer than the human lifespan, in the world not only humans but all beings become the subject of representation.
Based on these discussions, this exhibition focuses on the boundary space where multiple subjects such as humans, living things, and substances intersect, and attempts to approach various phenomena related to life from a multifaceted perspective. Beginning with a prayer that originates in the fear of otherness, the autonomy of objects such as buildings, matter, and the body, and then to the interstices where machines, humans, and all kinds of animals intersect. These thought experiments should serve as a signpost for re-questioning the “life” of existence everywhere in the modern world. Profile
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Hiroto Ikebe
Majored in textile design at the Department of Production Design, Tama Art University. Inspired by the accumulated memories of the cultures, customs, and beliefs of ethnic groups in Japan and other parts of the world, the theme is “art that returns to the earth,” and materials, techniques, and technologies that have existed in Japan since ancient times. Creates textile art that combines
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/be_be._555/
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Hiroto Ikebe, PNEUMA, 2021
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Mitsutoshi Goto
Japanese. Born February 24, 1998. Respect Japanese culture and create with the aim of revealing a new aesthetic sense. Also, I would like to recognize the layers of history and form my own identity.
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mitsutoshi_artfolder/
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Mitsutoshi Goto, 2021 neo shishi, 2021
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Kazuma Takada
Born in 1997. Enrolled at Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology Graduate University. I am exploring the flexibility of our sense of self from the perspective of Human-Computer Interaction and Embodied Cognitive Science. He is trying to design and practice demonstrations that can be experienced by more people through exhibitions and workshops as well as papers.
Twitter: https://twitter.com/tkdsym2
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Saya Higuchi
Born in Fukuoka Prefecture in 1997. Kyushu University Graduate School of Human Environment Studies Major in Architectural Design.
Architecture as material, the human body, and the senses that mediate them. Senses perceive phenomena, and are phenomena themselves. Using phenomena as clues, he pursues physical architecture born from sensations.
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sayarc_38/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/saya_arc/
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Saya Higuchi, The World as Seen by Others, 2020
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Maya Masuda
With the theme of “New Media in Abjection”, we will redefine “Cyborg”, which has been defined as the fusion of people and technology, from a place where everything such as humans and technology, things, and animals are opened and mixed by their vulnerability. activities. Specializes in feminist criticism in New Media.
Website: https://mayamasuda.net/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/maya_erin
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/maya__erin/
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Kiyoka Mori
Born in Nagasaki Prefecture in 1996. Enrolled in the Department of Ceramics, Department of Crafts, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts. He mainly uses living things to create pottery works with the theme of purification. The experience of growing up in a land rich in nature is at the root of his work. At the same time, we are also making tableware that adds color to our lives.
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kiyomori154cm/
Twitter: https://twitter.com/diderot24da/
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MORI Seika << fishing master father Information
Title | Read life
Exhibiting artists | Hiroto Ikebe / Mitsutoshi Goto / Kazuma Takada / Saya Higuchi / Maya Masuda / Seika Mori
Date|2023.2/4 (Sat) – 2/12 (Sun) *Closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays Opening hours|12:00 – 19:00
Price | Free
Website|https://kuma-foundation.org/gallery/event/kuma-experiment22-07/ Venue | Kuma Foundation Gallery
THE MODULE roppongi 206, 7-21-24 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032 MAP https://goo.gl/maps/4u3mdpTyS3o6dqB57
Organizer | Kuma Foundation
Visual Image|Minami Hirayama
Contact Us | Kuma Foundation Secretariat
Mail contact@kuma-foundation.org / Tel 03-6721-7798 (Weekdays: 12:00 – 19:00) Form https://kuma-foundation.org/contact/
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