The Intermediatheque is organizing the experimental exhibition “Perspectives,” combining its historical exhibition furniture with contemporary art.
During the exhibition, discussion events between participating artists and researchers from the University of Tokyo will take place. Just as modern and contemporary art have been pursuing to establish relationships between works and various objects such as space, material, place and concept, in the same way, we will carry out a comparative analysis of the processes of artistic creation and scientific research from the initial stage of conception all the way to the stage of reflection, in a search of new relationships and possibilities.
Friday, March 3
“Comparing Scientific Research and Artistic Expression 1 (Three-Dimensional Works)”
Hajime Matsubara (Affiliate Associate Professor, Intermediatheque Department, UMUT / Ethology)
Ayato Fujiwara / Shio Imai / Motohiro Tomii / Toshimasa Kikuchi
Friday, March 10
“Comparing Scientific Research and Artistic Expression 2 (Painting Works)”
Mari Kuroki (Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo / Aquatic Ecology)
Shunsuke Imai / Kei Imazu / Daichi Takagi / Toshimasa Kikuchi
［Time］18:00- (Doors open at 17:45; expected to end at 19:30)
［Venue］Intermediatheque 2F Lecture Theatre ACADEMIA
［Language］Japanese (No interpretation provided)
［Organizer］Intermediatheque Department, The University Museum, the University of Tokyo