Tokyo Midtown

magma, “ROCK’N” Part of the early viewing exhibition program
Roppongi Future Conference Idea Realization Project #20

'WOODY BEAR' 2020 © magma, Photo by Kenya Chiba

9/3(Sat) - 9/16(Fri) 10:00 - 20:00
9/17(Sat) - 9/19(Mon/Holiday) 10:00 - 22:00
* On 9/19 (Mon/Holiday) open until 18:00 only
Tokyo Midtown Plaza 1st Floor
[Participation fee]
The human brain relies on sense of sight for 80% of the information it receives from the body’s sensory organs. In the present day, masks have become ingrained in our lives, leaving only half of our face discernible and forcing our bodies to make up for this by activating other sensory organs in our attempts to recognize other people. For example, if our visual information was reduced to 50%, then what other senses would supplement the remaining half, and how would our view of the world change?
The symbolic collage being created is themed to the sixth sense.



An artist unit by Jun Sugiyama and Kenichi Miyazawa.
They use their unique outlook to create works with waste materials, resin, and motor appliances, and have expanded into furniture, products, and space direction.
They are garnering much attention both domestically and abroad for their vaguely nostalgic works that fuse analogue and crazy colors.