We're pleased to have been invited by Mori Art Museum to exhibit Sonic Light Bubble at one of Tokyo’s prominent art festivals.
We will present Sonic Light Bubble, a six-meter wide living, breathing bubble, which pulsates with light and sound when approached and touched.
This is the second work we have staged in Japan.
Roppongi Art Night is similar to ‘White Night’ Melbourne and other ‘Nuit Blanche’ festivals around the world, attracting over 600,000 people.
Sculptural works, interactive installations and performances run non-stop from Saturday September 30 to Sunday October 1st.
Featured installation and performance artists come from all over the world, with previous participation by Yayoi Kusama.
“It’s an honour to be selected by Mori Art Museum to exhibit this work, it’s one of my favourite contemporary art galleries. We look forward to seeing the reaction from a new audience.”
– Creative Director Nimrod Weis.
If you'd like more details on our involvement in Roppongi Art Night, please email or call us on +61 9521 5521.