TEL provides a place for displaying work from up-and-coming artists in the “Solaé Art gallery project”.
Solaé is located in the cafeteria at the Akasaka head office on the 25th floor.
The goal is to provide opportunities to refresh, both mentally and physically, and inspire in a space full of light, where art. can be enjoyed for a moment when you are eating, are in meetings or during a break.
It is also aimed at positively supporting works that merge art and technology and showcasing their authors.
PHOTON: INVISIBLE UNIVERSE is an experiment of a new astronomical photograph that thinks PHOTO from PHOTON. By using a special lens called a lenticular, we dynamically superimpose visible light photos and invisible light of a radio telescope to invite the sensuality behind our world. he sense and life that we have not seen yet extends beyond this light.
NOSIGNER is a social innovation design firm that creates beautiful relationships by identifying the new cross-point and questions between design and society. Our team encourages multidisciplinary approaches combining graphic, product, and space design. We also encompass design strategies including the creation of business models and policy proposals. http://nosigner.com/
Entitled “The Circuit of Consciousness”, this graphic artwork is a study of the “consciousness” of Tokyo Electron (TEL).
The artwork draws on text data from TEL’s Corporate Vision and other publications, and makes use of neural network analysis to identify which words are closest in meaning, then line them up one after the other.
These innumerable words dwell subconsciously inside the brains of TEL employees; each of them gradually spawns new circuits of consciousness, leading to future invention.
Born 1988. After completing studies at the Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics at the Graduate School of Fundamental Science and Engineering, Waseda University, Toru Urakawa graduated from the 2014 Fall Class at the School for Poetic Computation (SFPC). He joined Qosmo while still enrolled in university and has been involved in the production of mobile applications and the design of stage production systems as a programmer.
In recent years, his manifold activities are inspired by a particular interest in articles of daily use and their translation into media that functions in everyday life. qosmo.jp/about
Born 1986. Graduate from Tama Art University information design institute.
2009-2011 HAKUHODO i-studio: Web designer. 2011-2017 mount inc: designer.
Branding, Art Direction, Design, Planning, Development, etc. facebook
"Lexikon-Vocabulary solaé version" by Ryuta Iida who "carves" the book.
The work is utilizing the Encyclopaedia Britannica published in the United States around 1901 (first published first published between 1768 and 1771 in Scotland, United Kingdom).
It consists of innumerable printed letters and a large amount of paper, it is a masterpiece, and various imagination is evoked from the variety of words sinking underneath the layers of paper.
Faced with this work, you can think of how we receive intangible "data" every day since the advance of the Big Data Society.
born in Shizuoka / JAPAN
Graduated Nihon univercity colledge of art (sculpture)
["The 12th Taro Okamoto Award for Contemporary Art" Exhibition ]
Taro Award nominate (only 21 artists)
[Hertland drawing biennale ] winner(only 50 artists)
[Hertland drawing biennale] nominated
[22th grafic hitotubo-ten ] grand prize winner
[Kitano foundation sculptuer student] The holder of a scholarship
Journalist, Curator. The chief editor of Web media “Bound Baw” which featured Art & Science since 2016. I’m exploring the new possibility between Art with Science, also the multidisciplinary fields, so engaging in the broad-based approaches such as organizing a conference, exhibition, magazine, and others. The manager of Sound Art project “See by your ears” of a Japanese artist Evala. Director of a project for science communication called “SYNAPSE” since 2010. The main writing works are “Media Art Archives(book),” “Interaction Design(book),” and “WIRED Japan(magazine)” and so on. arinatsukada.tumblr.com
The TEL U.S. Headquarters in Austin, TX was designed with a beautiful lobby featuring tall windows that overlook the city skyline. The natural light that pours into the lobby creates the perfect setting for featuring art and installations from all over the world. Take a tour through some of the featured artists that have been displayed in our Austin Art Gallery.
In February of 2013, the TEL U.S. Headquarters in Austin, TX, featured artwork from local art organization Austin Fiber Arts. This beautiful and creative exhibit featured fiber arts from multiple artists in the organization.
The World Heritage Sites in Japan Photography Exhibition was displayed in the lobby of the TEL U.S. Headquarters in Austin, TX in April 2017. The exhibition featured geographical photography from Japanese artist Kazuyoshi Miyoshi. Attendees are seen here learning more about the artist and the history of The World Heritage Sites.
Here are some photographs that were featured at The World Heritage Sites in Japan Photography Exhibition, displayed in the lobby of the TEL U.S. Headquarters in Austin, TX in April 2017. The exhibition featured geographical photography from Japanese artist Kazuyoshi Miyoshi.