Volume 13 of the "scopic measure" series introducing promising young artists' installations and other pioneering projects challenging the frontiers of art introduced Artist Ryoichi Kurokawa's installation piece "rheo: 5 horizons".
- September 17 - November 13, 2011
- Studio B
rheo: 5 horizons (Japan Premiere)
This audiovisual installation triggers a synesthetic experience by way of five audio/video devices pairing speakers and monitors.
The title "rheo", the Greek word for "flow", was inspired by the expression "Everything flows (panta rhei)" that embodies the thoughts of ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus. As one can guess from this title, images fusing live-action and computer graphics elaborately interlocked with sounds blending field recordings and electronic sounds generate one current that integrates simplicity and complexity, space and time, to stir up human perception.
- Yamaguchi City Foundation for Cultural Promotion
In association with:
- Yamaguchi City
- Yamaguchi City Board of Education
- Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media [YCAM]