Wed, Dec 26, 2018 17:00
VR! VR! VR! The Towada Art Center transformed into a virtual space through a collaborative effort to make artwork using VR technology! Break through the barriers of reality with this new, experiential attraction that goes far beyond anyone’s imagination!
Join us, Nadegata Instant Party, in creating this VR project!
Anyone who is interested in making art or art projects. No prior experience required.
We’re looking for people who
1. Want to act
2. Want to make VR props, large and small
3. Want to try shooting with a professional camera
4. Want to make meals
5. Want to help set up the exhibition
There are always more ways for people to get involved!
The Towada Art Center is planning a new collaborative community project by Nadegata Instant Party, to last April 13 – September 1 (dates tentative), as part of its 2019 Spring/Summer Exhibition. Work on the project will commence following initial information sessions. Works created during the project will be on display during the 2019 Spring/Summer Exhibition.
*Toru Nakazaki conducted the first session in person on December 26, 2018.
*The second session is at 15:00 on Sunday, January 27, 2019.
*For more information, see the flyerhere.
Towada Art Center Collaborative Space
Free for all
Call, fax, or email us with your name, age, address, contact information (phone number), and days you would like to participate. For email and FAX, be sure to make the subject heading “VR”.
Towada Art Center
Fax | +81 (0) 176-20-1138
Email | firstname.lastname@example.org
Reservation complete upon reply from the museum.
*Join us for one day or both! Feel free to drop in on the day, too!
Nadegata Instant Party (Toru Nakazaki + Daisuke Yamashiro + Tomoko Noda)
An offbeat unit that flouts convention, Nadegata Instant Party consists of three members: Toru Nakazaki, Daisuke Yamashiro, and Tomoko Noda. Art collective started on 2013. They are committed to serving local communities and begin their creative process by producing just the right pretext for that area. In order to accomplish their goals, they involve many participants and create “reality” from a single event. They create their artwork by combining the narration of the process of a pretext becoming reality with installations, video and performative methodologies, and other mediums.