Poetry of Motion

Poetry of Motion

This exhibition focuses on the theme of the poetry we find hidden in motion. We live in the “moving world”. Rhythmic movements of simple dresses, words and action against the social, everyday scenery, your motion of walking and pulse… Artists express various motions with unique viewpoints. It’s not that which you can read, but that which you can feel. Gather your feelings from the art works and complete the exhibition in your brain. Have an experience of poetry “now”!

Poetry of Motion

(tour en l’air /photo: VG Bildkunst Bonn, Exquisite Clock / photo: Piero Martinello , Heartbeat Picnic, Shadowgram / photo: Meg Yamagute, Ars Wild Card / photo: Ars Electronica , Innocence /photo: Ars Electronica Futurelab  | clockwise from top left)

General Information

Date: December 10 (Sat) – December 18. (Sun), 2011
Location: BREEZÉ BREEZÉ
Admission: Free
Opening Hours: 11:00-20:00

Cooperating organizations: Kansai Telecasting Corporation, BREEZÉ BREEZÉ
In Cooperated with: Ars Electronica Linz GmbH
In Association with: Austrian Embassy / Austrian Cultural Forum
Corporate Sponsor: Swarovski Japan
Corporation: Air France

Access:
BREEZÉ BREEZÉ
2-4-9 Umeda, Kita-ku, Osaka 530-0001 Japan [MAP]


Workshop

The workshop will be conducted by members of Ars Electronica. Within the workshop you can create your own “Poetry of Motion” through Ars Wild Card (iPhone app). Via Ars Wild Card you can be part of the exhibition and you can bring your card back home.
Date: December 10, 2011 (Sat): 12:00-, 13:00-, 16:00- 17:00-
December 11, 2011 (Sun) 12:00-, 13:00-, 16:00- 17:00-
Duration: approx. 1 hour
Participation fee: Free
Ars Wild Card


Lecture

Gerfried Stocker who is the artistic director of Ars Electronica gives a lecture in BREEZÉ BREEZÉ.
Gerfried Stocker

(Photo: rubra)

Date: December 13, 2011 (Tue) 19:00 – 20:30
Participation fee: Free
Location: BREEZÉ BREEZÉ 8th Floor


Ars Electronica

Ars Electronica Center

(Photo: Nicolas Ferrando, Lois Lammerhuber)
Ars Electronica is the cultural institute in Linz, Austria that embraces the intersecting themes of “Art Technology and Society”. In this exhibition Ars Electronica proposes experience-based artworks in the public space of a fashion building. Enjoy six artwork selected by Ars Electronica from all over the world.

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