HIVE is an ICC video archive that can be viewed in the ICC and online.
By recording and publishing the various activities that have been carried out by the ICC, we aim to make meaningful contributions to art facilities and educational institutions in Japan and around the world, and to society in the information age as a whole.
For HIVE, we have recorded and published a wide range of events since 1997, and we will continue to do so in the future. The content includes exhibitions, symposia, artists’ talks, live events, workshops, and interview series with experts. Some of the videos in the archive are provided to users under a Creative Commons license that enables them to be used as educational materials and for other creative purposes*. By doing so, we aim to make our resources available to society in an open manner.
HIVE has been realized as a result of the cooperation of those who have participated in ICC activities and have agreed to have the videos published. We would like to once again express our gratitude to those people.
We hope for as many people as possible to get to know about the ICC’s past and current activities, and we hope to create the future of the ICC together with our users.
*For the time being, the content that has been published under the Creative Commons license on the HIVE website has been available for streaming only since April 1, 2021.