Seiko Mikami and the ‘80s
[Image: Cross Section of Metropolitan Neuro System/1986/© Lyu Hanabusa]
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Seiko Mikami made her colorful debut as a cutting-edge artist in the 1980s. Her sculptures and installations of cables and computer circuits evoked nerves and the brain, demonstrating the relationship between the city and the body in rapidly developing information-based societies. In the ‘90s, Mikami applied her knowledge from computer science studies in America to create interactive works exploring the links between unseen information and the physical. Her activities in the ‘80s served as the real basis of her work, however, which this exhibition looks back on with archived materials and talks.
Talk by art critic Noi Sawaragi and singer/artist Fuyuki Yamakawa
Date: 10/10 (Sat) 17:00
Admission: 1500 yen
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from October 02, 2015 to November 01, 2015
Archives closed on 10/21 (Wed) and 10/23 (Fri).
Opening Reception on 2015-09-02 from 19:00