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  • poster for "Songs of ANAGURA: Missing Researchers & Their Remaining Devices" Exhibition

    "Songs of ANAGURA: Missing Researchers & Their Remaining Devices" Exhibition

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    • at National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
    • 2-3-6 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0064
    • Media: Media Arts - Performance Art

    Anagura is a place where research was conducted on spatial information science. It is a research laboratory for sharing people's information and turning the connections into a powerful force for humankind....More »

  • poster for Backward From The Future

    Backward From The Future

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    • at National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
    • 2-3-6 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0064
    • Media: Media Arts

    What will be the condition of Earth 50 years from now? Imagine the ideal future, and what you can do now to achieve it. In this exhibit, you experience in an interactive game on what kind of Earth you...More »

  • poster for D.I.Y. Dept.

    D.I.Y. Dept.

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    • at At Btf
    • 3F 3A / 4F 4A & 4B, 2-8-19 Kachidoki, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0054
    • Media: Product

    In the D.I.Y. spirit, custom painter Masataka Kurashina and the modeling arts unit Gelchop have created one-of-a-kind works from items sold at home centers. Kurashina and Gelchop transform everyday objects...More »

  • poster for Android - What is Human?

    Android - What is Human?

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    • at National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
    • 2-3-6 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0064
    • Media: Media Arts

    Three androids are unveiled here at the Miraikan, with Kodomoroid in the form of a child, Otonaroid in the form of a woman, and Telenoid, an assimilation of the defining characteristics of human behavior,...More »

  • poster for MOVE! into the wild life

    MOVE! into the wild life

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    • at National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
    • 2-3-6 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0064
    • Media: Sculpture - Installation - Performance Art - Workshops
    • Ends in 41 days

    This hands-on exhibit will teach you about the ecology of living things while engaging all of your senses! Experience the unique survival secrets of creatures by actually “becoming” one yourself, and learn...More »

  • poster for Odors fill the world! ~ Deep inside the olfactory realm ~

    Odors fill the world! ~ Deep inside the olfactory realm ~

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    • at National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation
    • 2-3-6 Aomi, Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0064
    • Media: Installation - Media Arts
    • Ends in 84 days

    Smells play an important role in all areas of life, whether it is to do with the way we taste food or the relaxing effect that bath fragrances have on our mind and body. This exhibition will look at our...More »

  • poster for Yoshihiko Ueda “Forest: Impressions and Memories, 1989-2017”

    Yoshihiko Ueda “Forest: Impressions and Memories, 1989-2017”

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    • at Gallery 916
    • Suzue No.3 Bldg. 6F, 1-14-24 Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-0022
    • Media: Photography - Talks
    • Ends in 27 days

    This project began in 1989 when Yoshihiko Ueda encountered the forest of Quinault in Washington State, a place of sacred significance to the local native Americans. In 2011 he then found himself photographing...More »

  • poster for François Bret Exhibition

    François Bret Exhibition

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    • at Gallery 21
    • LE DAIBA In Hotel Grand Pacific Tokyo 3F, 2-6-1 Daiba, Minato-ku, Tokyo 135-8701
    • Media: Painting - Prints
    • Ends in 2 days

    Though François Bret is hailed as the last great painter to emerge from France, his work is still fairly unknown to many in Japan. This exhibition celebrates the 100th anniversary of his birth.More »

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