2022 Exhibition [Spring / Summer]Ryoji Ikeda | solo exhibition

2022.4.16(SAT) ― 8.28(SUN)
  • point of no return, 2018 Photo: Takeshi Asano ©︎Ryoji Ikeda

    point of no return, 2018 Photo: Takeshi Asano ©︎Ryoji Ikeda

  • data.flux [n°1], 2020 Photo: Takeshi Asano ©︎Ryoji Ikeda

    data.flux [n°1], 2020 Photo: Takeshi Asano ©︎Ryoji Ikeda

  •   data-verse 3, 2020 Photo: Takeshi Asano ©︎Ryoji Ikeda

    data-verse 3, 2020 Photo: Takeshi Asano ©︎Ryoji Ikeda

  • exp #1-4, 2020-2022  Photo: Takeshi Asano ©︎Ryoji Ikeda

    exp #1-4, 2020-2022  Photo: Takeshi Asano ©︎Ryoji Ikeda

  • data.tecture [n°1], 2018 Photo: Takeshi Asano ©︎Ryoji Ikeda

    data.tecture [n°1], 2018 Photo: Takeshi Asano ©︎Ryoji Ikeda

  • Left: data.scape [DNA], 2019Right:data.scan n°1b-9b, 2011/2022  Photo: Takeshi Asano ©︎Ryoji Ikeda

    Left: data.scape [DNA], 2019
    Right:data.scan n°1b-9b, 2011/2022  Photo: Takeshi Asano ©︎Ryoji Ikeda

Artists

  • Ryoji IKEDA

    Born in 1966 in Gifu, Ikeda currently lives and works in Paris and Kyoto. While rooted in electronic music, the internationally active composer and artist also produces art as experimentation. Ikeda’s immersive live performances and installations employ an elaborate orchestration of sound, visuals, matter, physical phenomena, and mathematical concepts. He performs and exhibits worldwide at spaces such as Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo, Singapore Art Museum, Ars Electronica Center Linz, Elektra Festival Montreal, Grec and Sonar Festivals Barcelona, Aichi Triennale Nagoya, Palazzo Grassi Venice, Park Avenue Armory New York, The Whitechapel Gallery London, The Barbican Centre and Somerset House London, Museo de Arte Bogota, Hamburger Bahnhof Berlin, DHC/Art Montreal, Festival d’Automne à Paris, Sharjah Biennale, Carriageworks Sydney, Auckland Triennale, MONA Museum Hobart – Tasmania, Ruhrtriennale, Telefonica Foundation Madrid and Kyoto Experiment Festival, ACT Centre Gwangju (Korea), Singapore Art Science Museum, Kunstverein Hannover, RuhrTriennale, Festival d’Automne and Pompidou Center , Barbican, The Vinyl Factory, and ZKM centre for Art and Media, Karlsruhe, among others. In 2018, Ikeda launched an online source under the name, codex | edition. He has received the Prix Ars Electronica Collide@CERN in 2014, and the 70th Japanese Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts (Media Arts Division) in 2020.

Outline

  • Date: 2022.4.16 (SAT) ―2022. 8.28 (SUN)
    Closed: Tuesdays (except on Apr. 26, May 3 and Aug. 2, 2022)
    Opening hours: 9:00-17:00 (Last admission 30 minutes before closing)

    Warning: Strobe effects in the works may affect those with medical sensitivity to strobe effects and/or heart conditions.
  • Organized by Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art
    Special Sponsor: Starts Corporation Inc.
    Sponsors: OBAYASHI CORPORATION, NTT FACILITIES, INC.
    Cooperated by 180 Studios, TARO NASU
    Supported by The To-o Nippo Press, THE DAILY TOHOKU SHIMBUN, THE MUTSU SHIMPO Press, Aomori Broadcasting Corporation, Aomori Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd., Asahi Broadcasting Aomori Co., Ltd., Aomori Fm Broadcasting, FM APPLE WAVE, Hirosaki City Board of Education
  • Admission (tax included):
    Adults 1,300yen (1,200yen)
    University & College Students 1,000yen (900yen)
    *() Price for a group over 20 people *Free of charge for high school students and under; inter­national students in Hirosaki city; citizens of Hirosaki over 65; the disabled and one accompanying attendant

    Parking
    Please note that parking is not available at the museum.
    Please use public transportation or paid parking near the museum.

    Discounted Parking for Museum Visitors
    A parking discount of ¥100 per visitor is available for up to two visitors (¥200).
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