Artists

AKAMATSU Nelo

Born in Tokyo, Japan

Lives and works in Kanagawa


2003 Musashino Art University, BFA in Sculpture

2005 Tokyo National University of the Fine Arts and Music, MFA in Intermedia Art

1997 Musashino Art University, B.A in Visual Communication Design


Solo Exhibitions

2017


“+29/-5000”, Art Trace Gallery, Tokyo, Japan


 


2016


“Chijikinkutsu”, Galerija Kapelica, Ljubuljana, Slovenia


 


2013


“Magnetica Animata”, Art Trace Gallery, Tokyo, Japan


 


2012


“Lost in Clouds”, Art Trace Gallery, Tokyo, Japan


 


2009


“Paradise in Train Window”, Embassy of Italy in Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan


Group Exhibitions

2017


“Les Faits du hasard (Biennale Némo)”, Le Centquatre-Paris, Paris, France


“УЯВНИЙ ПУТІВНИК. ЯПОНІЯ”, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kiev, Ukraine”Sonica”, Govanhil Baths / Lighthouse, Glasgow, Scotland


“¿Como decir nosotxs?”, Casa de Electromagnético, Mexico City, Mexico


“Ars Electronica in Berlin”, DRIVE. Volkswagen Group Forum, Berlin, Germany


 


2016


“The Alchemists of Art and Science”, Ars Electronica Center, Linz, Austria”Alchemists of our Time (Ars Electronica Festival 2016)”, POSTCITY, Linz, Austria


“IMPETUS AND MOVEMENT”, KNOWLEDGE CAPITAL, Osaka, Japan


“Open Space 2016 | Media Concious”, NTT Intercommunication Center, Tokyo, Japan


 


2015


“Takamatsu Media Art Festival”, Tamamo Park Hiunkaku, Takamatsu, Japan


“Materia Prima”, LABoral Centro de Arte y Creación Industrial, Gijón, Spain


“CYBERARTS 2015”, OK im OÖ Kulturquartier, Linz, Austria


 


2014


“The 17th Taro Okamoto Award of Contemporary Art Exhibition”, Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Kawasaki, Japan


 


2008


“SaiSei”, BankART Studio NYK, Yokohama, Japan


 


2007


“RE:MELT”, ZAIM, Yokohama, Japan


 


2004


“The 7th Taro Okamoto Memorial Award of Contemporary Art Exhibition”, Taro Okamoto Museum of Art, Kawasaki, Japan


“Me Kara Toku”, Tokyo Zokei University Manzù Museum, Tokyo, Japan


“Digital Art Festival Tokyo 2004”, Panasonic Center Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan


“Asia Digital Art Award FUKUOKA”, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan


 


2003


“Green Space2_light/shadow “, Bauhaus-Universität Weimar, Weimar, Germany