Azimuth: sound/image

Katarzyna Kosmala (Curator), Kumiko Kushiyama (Curator), Alison Bell (Artist), Alison Clifford (Artist), Graeme Truslove (Artist), Rachael Flynn (Artist), Anthony Grace (Artist), Paul Holmes (Artist), Paul McGeechan (Artist), Ronald McMeekin (Artist), David Scott (Artist), Steven Sherlock (Artist), Tetsuaki Baba (Artist), Takaharu Kanai (Artist), Yuya Kikukawa (Artist), Tatsuhiko Suzuki (Artist), Toshiki Yoshiike (Artist), Hiroya Suda (Artist), Verl Adams (Artist), Gill Jamieson

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The exhibition explores the creative tension and interplay between Sound and Image. The works showcased engage with possible ways of narration whether guided or enhanced, altered or disrupted through the Sound/Image interface or explored solely through a sense of hearing or a sense of sight.

The exhibition is presented at Tokyo Metropolitan University (21.4.16-28.4.16) and Miraikan - National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation (22.4.16-24.4.16) at north-eastern angle where some of the works were made - at the point where a vertical circle projected through an astronomical object intersects the horizon from the angle measured from its northern origin - the University of West of Scotland.

Alison Bell, Alison Clifford and Graeme Truslove, Rachael Flynn, Tony Grace, Paul Holmes, Paul McGeechan, Ronald McMeekin, David Scott, Steven Sherlock
Verl Adams, Tetsuaki Baba, Paul Haimes, Yuki Kikutake, Toshihiro Konma, Kumiko Kushiyama

Curatorial team: Katarzyna Kosmala Kumiko Kushiyama

The exhibition opens 21 April 2016, 1 pm with the Symposium Exploring the Human Sensorium through Art and New Technologies
Location: IA Gallery, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Hino Campus, 6-6 Asahigaoka, Hino-shi, Tokyo, Japan 191-0065


  • digital art
  • video art
  • film
  • interactive art
  • device art
  • sound art


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