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ICC Kids Program 2016
Media Art as an Awareness Filter

July 16–August 31, 2016

ICC Kids Program 2016
Media Art as an Awareness Filter


This year, the ICC Kids Program focuses on elements that constitute media artwork. One of the characteristics of media art is the combination of various senses that we can see, hear, and feel. Artworks that seem wondrous are often produced by drawing inspiration from our daily activities. The program is designed to help people better understand artwork by finding each element constituting such artworks.

Artworks displayed include: a work that makes people realize things that they usually do subconsciously, such as see sounds and hear movement; a robot that can operate a tablet by running around on the tablet as people do it by using a finger; a knit that finds and expresses the positive side of things that seem like failures; a turntable that enables people to find and think about ways to make things animated; a piece that makes people realize that complex things are made from the combination of simple works by computers.

Take a journey to find elements constituting media art by experiencing works through an awareness filter!

Date: July 16–August 31, 2016
Venue: NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] Gallery A
Hours: 11:00pm–6:00pm
Closed: Mondays (If Monday is a holiday, then Tuesday), Maintenance day (August 7)
Admission free
Organizer: NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC]
Under the auspices of Shibuya City Board of Education, Shinjuku City Board of Education, Nakano Board of Education, Bunkyo City Board of Education



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