Will my body turn into mind?
My body, your body.
From these disparate bodies,
this exhibition evokes a wide variety of images
through the media of art and technology.
Tomoko Hashida Laboratory, Intermedia Art and Science, Fundamental Science and Engineering, Waseda University
This presents four works themed on “Neighbors to Bugs” inspired by the phenomenon of bugs.Normally, bugs are seen as digital errors, but sometimes they can bring about new discoveries or values.The common notions and possibilities of the body are challenged by reusing and expanding, not fixing, the various bugs around us in the natural world and people.
Tokyo Metropolitan Institute for Geriatrics and Gerontology
The frailty of the body and soul is thought to stem from a variety of factors, including physical, cognitive, social, and psychological.To understand the increasingly complex health situation and detect the early signs of disease, the Institute for Geriatrics and Gerontology is carrying out research using digital devices such as smartwatches.What will we be able to measure or see with the latest technology? This exhibit presents the latest work in frailty.
Tokyo Metropolitan Industrial Technology Research Institute
The walking assistance robotic wear, “curara,” was developed jointly with AssistMotion, a venture company from Shinshu University.They have developed a robot that can be worn like clothing in order to achieve a society where everyone can freely walk using their own feet.The “curara" service and an image of a future where as many people as possible can use it on a daily basis are presented at the exhibition venue. There are also events that allow visitors to experience the actual device.
Held by art communicators.
・Viewing Tours for Parents and Children: Weekends 14:00-14:30
・Viewing Tours for Adults: Weekdays 19:00-19:30
Other various tours are to be announced.
Announcement of website opening
|Exhibition Name||Will my body turn into mind?|
|Dates||Wed. Aug. 30 to Sun. Nov. 19, 2023|
|Closed||Mondays (save for Sept. 18 and Oct. 9), Sept. 19, Oct. 10|
|Hours||Weekdays from 11:00 to 21:00 (last entry at 20:30)
Weekends from 10:00 to 19:00 (last entry at 18:30)
|Admission Fee||Free admission|
|Venue||3-8-3, Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
SusHi Tech Square 1F - Yurakucho Sta. on the JR Yamanote Line and the Keihin-Tohoku Line. 1-min walk from the “Kyobashi” exit.
- Yurakucho Sta. on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho line. Accessible from exit D9.
- Ginza-itchome Sta. on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line. 3-min walk from exit 1.
About SusHi Tech Square
The facility will be used as a space to communicate and implement new ideas in an integrated manner to promote SusHi Tech Tokyo1st floor “Space”
- This will offer an area for free activity with rich creative content such as the “Real World Only” space for experiential media art.
- It will feature exhibits on the legacy of the Tokyo 2020 Games
- Hands-on exhibits introducing the rich natural environment and wildlife of Tokyo will also be included
- A plaza surrounded by the above exhibits will serve as a unique venue for workshops, lectures, project pitches, etc.2nd and 3rd floor “Tokyo Innovation Base”
- This will be a base for startups and other diverse groups to interact and innovate through exchange and implementation.