Cherish, your imagination
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Jul 18, 2020

Justine Emard 《Co(AI)xistence》is exhibited at the exhibition “Cherish, your imagination” in The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo.

Justine Emard 《Co(AI)xistence》
2017, video installation, 12′
with Mirai Moriyama & Alter (developed by Ishiguro lab, Osaka University and Ikegami Lab, Tokyo University)

Original SoundTrack by Marihiko Hara

 

《Cherish, your imagination》

Exhibition Period: Sat. 18 July – Sun. 27 September 2020
Closed: Mondays (except August 10, September 21), August 11, September 23
Opening Hours: 10:00-18:00 (Tickets available until 30 minutes before closing.)
Admission: Adults – 1,300 Yen / University & College Students, Over 65 – 1,000 Yen / High-school & Junior High-school Students – 800 Yen /Elementary School Students & younger – free

Venue: The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Exhibition Gallery 3F
Organized by: Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo operated by Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture
Co-organized by: NHK Enterprises, Inc.
Special support by: MADD. Committee / ASTRODESIGN,Inc.
Equipment cooperation by: SHARP CORPORATION / Canon Marketing Japan Inc.
Cooperated by: The Japan Foundation of Public Communication on Science and Technology (PCOST) / “One for Every Household: Diagram of Our Universe” Production Committee / Nissha Foundation for Printing Culture and Technology / Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency(JAXA)/ Video Research Ltd. / MinebeaMitsumi Inc. / AMUSE INC. / HIP LAND MUSIC CORPORATION INC.

<Participating artists>
The Collection of the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo(Kohei Nawa, Tokujin Yoshioka), MADD. (Movie for Art, Design and Data) works in 8K, GRINDER-MAN, Hideyuki Ando, Jun Fujiki, Noramoji Project, Optical Illusion Block Project, Justine Emard, phono/graph, IDEAL COPY, CTG, Masao Komura, Hiroyuki Moriwaki, Jun Kosaka, AR 3 Brothers, Rhizomatiks Research / ELEVENPLAY / MIKIKO / Daito Manabe / Motoi Ishibashi / Kyle McDonald, Junji Watanabe (NTT Communication Science Laboratories), Yoichi Ochiai & JPO Project (Visual: WOW) and more

https://www.mot-art-museum.jp/en/exhibitions/Cherish-your-imagination/