27. April – 01. May 2011. The European Media Art Festival in Osnabrueck is one of the most important forums of international Media Art, and is an open laboratory for creative and artistic experiments that help shape media and the aesthetics of their content. Featured performances by Ryoichi Kurokawa and Telcosystems.Read more »
4 June – 27 November 2011 at Venice Biennale. This volume accompanies an Official Collateral Project by four international contemporary artists, each represented by a newly commissioned site-specific work engaging with the theme of entropy. Featured new installation “Octafalls” by Ryoichi Kurokawa.Read more »
Après de sérieuses vérifications, il est désormais établi qu’Alfred Einstein n’a jamais écrit la fameuse phrase selon laquelle, « si l’abeille disparaissait de la surface du globe, l’homme n’aurait plus que quatre années à vivre». C’est donc plutôt une mouche en difficulté qui sera l’une des images fortes de Némo 2011…Read more »
Ryoichi Kurokawa tends to eliminate the boundaries of our physical perception where the essence lurks in the transition, as in the law of life, nature and beauty where “everything is evanescent.” He destructs and reconstructs architectonic and organic abstractions with precision, coercing a complete surrendering of the senses.Read more »
23 June 2006. Live performance at Chapelle de Boondael, Brussels. Bent Object is the collaborative project of New-Zealand dancer/singer Susanne Bentley and Belgian electronic musician Peter Van Hoesen.
Thematically Bent Object deals with today’s rapidly changing realities: our fragmented society, different cultures blending, the mutation of signs and symbols, constant and rapid technological change.