Reversible Destiny Foundation is pleased to announce the World Premier of "Puzzle Creature" by Neon Dance, to be held on September 15 & 16 at Kamigo Clove Theater as one of the highlights of the Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale, Japan 2018.
Arakawa + Gins in The Future Starts Here at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London, United Kingdom.
The exhibition will highlight "100 Projects shaping the world of tomorrow" - groundbreaking technologies and designs currently in development in studios and laboratories around the world. Visitors will be guided by a series of ethical and speculative questions to connect the subject matter to the choices that we all face in our everyday lives.
Miwako Tezuka of Reversible Destiny Foundation, introduces selections of archival materials that illustrate ARAKAWA’s range of interests and examine how these materials influenced the core visual and conceptual language in his art.
Reversible Destiny Foundation is pleased to present Shusaku Arakawa: Trans Japan, Cis Japan - an article by Dr. Shin-Ichi Fukuoka about the works of Arakawa and Gins. Originally published in Japanese in WINGSPAN February 2016 issue, pp. 80-6. Translated and republished here with permission from the author and ANA WINGSPAN - the monthly in-flight magazine from All Nippon Airways.