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Miyazu city Amanohashidate

The Amanohashidate area, one of the three most scenic spots in Japan, will be transformed into a fantastic world of digital art using light, images, and sound.

天橋立公園内
小天橋広場
Shotenkyo-hiroba Square in Amanohashidate Park

Amanohashidate Sta....10min.

Three digital artworks by prominent Japanese artists will be screened on a special 500inch screen in cooperation with MUTEK.JP / ETERNALArt Space. The event will offer a new digital art experience where visitors can immerse themselves in authentic art in a space surrounded by images and sound.

Imaging System Support:CIMA Co., Ltd.

《The Morphology of Freely Rising Deformable Bubbles》

This work by Akiko Nakayama, a painter who also directed the closing ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, overlaps the ever-changing form of a song and the unchanging form of a bubble, and observes them for a moment. Music is by Japanese musician/pianist Eiichi Sawado.

中山晃子
中山晃子NAKAYAMA Akiko

Painter. Using the energy of color and flow, he reacts with a variety of materials to create a living picture. His works, in which various mediums and colors are combined and transformed in a lively way, are like improvisational poetry. In recent years, he has performed at TEDxHaneda, Ars Electronica Fes, MUTEK, and the closing ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

澤渡英一
澤渡英一SAWADO Eiichi

Musician. Graduated from Hitotsubashi University. Studied contemporary/experimental music in the U.K. and the U.S. Studied composition theory under Hiroshi Yamaguchi. Participated in albums by Jaques Morelenbaum & Goro Ito, among others. She composed music for Akiko Nakayama's " The Morphology of Freely Rising Deformable Bubbles" a piece for ETERNAL ART SPACE held this spring. This is a new version of the same work.

《Stillness》

This Zen-themed work expresses a part of the Zen worldview through the most minimalistic "point" landscape of Ryosokuin, which was created in three dimensions with a high-precision laser in cooperation with Ito Toryo, vice-abbot of Ryosokuin, Kyoto, and a soundscape that reconstructs sounds recorded in and outside Ryosokuin.

THINK AND SENSE

A technological creative firm by T&S LTD. that attempts social implementation through a complex approach based on technology, from framework construction to solution development in an increasingly diverse society.

Intercity-Express

Sound/visual project by musician Tetsuji Ohno. In parallel with the production of advertising music, he has released an A/V work "triggering" generated by visual programming, and has performed at MUTEK, Sónar, Scopitone, L.E.V., and other venues, mainly overseas.

《dynamic light statics [2022]》

From a primitive perspective, this work explores perceptual experience through an attempt to briefly capture the data and facts behind phenomena and forms, and to emphasize and complicate them.

FUJIMOTO Shohei

Born in 1989. Based in Tokyo. With a primitive perspective, he briefly captures the data and facts behind phenomena and forms, and through attempts to emphasize and complicate them, he explores spaces and perceptual experiences that have essential properties.

元伊勢 籠神社Motoise Kono Shrine

Amanohashidate Sta....60min.
Amanohashidate Sta....20min.
Amanohashidate Sightseeing Boat Stop... 12 min.
From Ichinomiya Pier... 3 min.

《CONTROL NO CONTROL》

An interactive installation work in Studio Iregular's signature style, a large 4m x 4m LED cube in the form of a geometric structure that reacts to people who come into contact with it and to movements made on its surface. The experience, which can involve 48 people simultaneously, is highly intuitive, leading to quick engagement and prolonged interaction by the viewer.

Imaging System Support:CIMA Co., Ltd.

Iregular

Iregular is a digital art studio founded in Montreal in 2010. They focus on interactive and immersive experiences. At the intersection of art and technology, these artworks create endless random combinations through an interactive system where the viewer ultimately influences and transforms them.

天橋立公園内 参道Approach to Amanohashidate Park

Amanohashidate Sta....45min.
Amanohashidate Sta....15min.
Amanohashidate Sightseeing Boat Stop... 12 min.
From Ichinomiya Pier... 3 min.
《Common》2021 SPEKTRA

《Emissivescapes》

The act of "seeing" becomes possible only when light connects the object and the observer. This time, we will attempt to intervene in the act of observation by installing countless self-luminous objects in Amanohashidate, a 3.6 km long long landscape.

SPEKTRA

A group of experimentalists based in Kyoto. Different members gather for each project to explore new forms of expression. In recent years, they have been creating many works using light, such as lighting and projectors. In addition, they also organize the music event INTER+(2019) and direct music artists' distribution and music videos.

ACCESSアクセス
Access within Amanohashidate
Shotenkyo-hiroba Square in Amanohashidate
Amanohashidate Sta....10min.
Motoise Kono Shrine
Amanohashidate Sta....60min.

Amanohashidate Sta....20min.
Amanohashidate Sightseeing Boat Stop...12min.

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From Ichinomiya Pier...3min.
Approach to Amanohashidate Park
Amanohashidate Sta....45min.
Amanohashidate Sta....15min.
Amanohashidate Sightseeing Boat Stop...12min.

+
From Ichinomiya Pier...3min.
About the use of sightseeing boats

Sightseeing boats are available for travel to Motoise Kono Shrine and Approach to Amanohashidate Park .

Operating days(Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays only)
9/23,24,25、10/1,2、10/8,9,10、10/15,16、10/22,23

Departure from Amanohashidate Pier Arrival at Ichinomiya Pier
18:30 18:45
20:00 20:15
Departure from Ichinomiya Pier Arrival at Amanohashidate Pier
19:00 19:15
20:30 20:45
Fare (Amanohashidate Pier - Ichinomiya Pier)
One way 700円(350円)
Round trip 1,200円(600円)
Child fare in parentheses
Bicycle Rental

Bicycle rental is available from Amanohashidate Pier to Ichinomiya Pier.
Bicycles can be rented at the sightseeing boats (Amanohashidate Pier and Ichinomiya Pier).
Please use the bicycles between Amanohashidate Pier and Ichinomiya Pier as they are for display purposes only.

Reception time / 18:00 - 20:30
Last return time (Amanohashidate Pier and Ichinomiya Pier): 21:00
Fare (Amanohashidate Pier - Ichinomiya Pier) / 400 yen (for use of less than 2 hours)

○One-way sightseeing boat & rental bicycle 1000 yen (700 yen) is also available.

Access By Train

Kyoto Sta. -> JR Sanin Line + Kyoto Tango Railway < 2 hr > -> Amanohashidate Sta.

Osaka Sta. -> JR Fukuchiyama Line + Kyoto Tango Railway < 2 hr 20 min > -> Amanohashidate Sta.

Access By Car

Kyoto -> via Kyoutojuukan Expressway < 1 hr > -> Miyazu Amanohashidate IC -> open road < 10 min > -> Amanohashidate Sta.

Parking Lot
For more information, please see here.
https://www.amanohashidate.jp/parking/
CONTACT問い合わせ先

Amanohashidate Terminal Center, Tango Tourist Information Center

314-2 Monju, Miyazu, Kyoto 626-0001
TEL:0772-22-8030(Weekday:9:00 - 18:00)
ORGANIZER主催

“Uminokyoto” Amanohashidate District Association
Kyoto Prefecture

COOPERATION協力

Presented in collaboration with MUTEK, with the support of the Québec Government

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CONTACT

Culture and Arts Division, Kyoto Prefectural Department of Culture and Sports Shinmachi-Nishiiru, Shimodachiuri-dori, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto 602-8570
TEL:+81(0)75-414-4287
MAIL:bungei@pref.kyoto.lg.jp

Please take the following precautions to prevent the spread of new coronavirus infection.

  • Please cooperate in preventing the spread of infection by wearing a mask, disinfecting your hands with alcohol, and keeping a distance of 1-2 meters from each other.
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