|Period:||January 6 (Fri) - 18 (Wed), 2017|
|Etc.:||*Last day until 15:00|
During his residency at 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Matt Mahdavi will be continuing 'Mud and Dust', a project exploring simulation theory and the nature of reality, in Tokyo the city to explore our connection with technology nature and code.
An ongoing interactive installation, including fragmented memories and sleepless nights in Akihabara, will be exhibited alongside newly presented photographs.
Is this the real life or is this just fantasy.
Are we machine or are we man.
Our memories are written in code, a code of the universe.
We are electrons weaving past each other in the street
to clash and make connection.
Please insert memory into the terminal...
1. Select a memory disc from the shelf.
2. Insert the disk into the memory drive (on the wall) until it clicks into place.
3. To remove, slide the switch on the memory drive to the left. (Please push firmly, but be careful not to damage the memory drive.)
*Please do not touch the other computer parts or wires of the installation.
[ What is AIR 3331? ]
AIR 3331 Open Call welcomes creatives from diverse backgrounds to research, produce and exhibit at 3331 Arts Chiyoda―injecting an international perspective right into the heart of Tokyo's art scene. For application information, please visit: http://residence.3331.jp/