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  • Kazuyuki Hashimoto

Exhibition at Sensory Room Seibu Ikebukuro Main Store

Ikebukuro Seibu 7F "Good Design Good Over 50's (R) Life Design Exhibition 2022-Care, Art and Design" Exhibition in the laboratory at the Japan Football Association Sensory Room Project 2021 Tokyo University of the Arts Certificate Program An exhibition of the "Korokoro Ball", which was designed and produced by Hashimoto Laboratory, has started to be exhibited. In the second year, we finished setting up the soccer Emperor's Cup final on October 16 and moved it. Only less than half of the actual parts are displayed, but you can feel the whole feeling. The titles of the posters, etc. are by President Katsuhiko Hibino. Digest news of this year's soccer Emperor's Cup final is from the following

You can see the state of installation at the time of installation at the soccer Emperor's Cup final last year from the following.

DOOR (Tokyo University of the Arts Certificate of Completion Program articles below)

A sensory room project (operational version) that uses art to solve the difficult environments experienced by people with hypersensitivity.

With the goal of increasing opportunities for children with sensory sensitivities and their families to watch sports, who have characteristics such as loud noises and strong lights that are difficult for them to see in their daily lives, we will provide a watching experience using the environment "Sensory Room" where they can watch sports with peace of mind. make.

In order to popularize the "Sensory Room" in Japan, we will collaborate with parties, supporters, stadium designers, sports officials, etc. to create an experience environment for matches that is not only functional but also fun as an experience and easy to install. create.

Tokyo University of the Arts certification program Diversity on the Arts Project (DOOR)
Program practical seminar participants, Ippei Tanaka, Minae Takahashi, Keisuke Saito, Yoko Niitsuma

Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Design Department, Design Embody Laboratory Kazuyuki Hashimoto (Professor, Tokyo University of the Arts), Kai Ukawa, Mei Sekine (Korokoro no Ball)

Installation: Haruna Aoki (Hidden House, Action Cushion), Ryota Kikuchi (Moguru), Makoto Tamaki (Select Room, Locker Room)
Advisor: Akiko Hashiguchi

 |Supervisor|Katsuhiko Hibino (Dean of the Faculty of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts/DOOR Director)
 | Sponsor | Murayama Co., Ltd., fujie textile
 |Co-sponsored|Japan Football Association
 |Assistance|Tokyo University of the Arts "I LOVE YOU" Project 

"Good Design Good Over50's (R) Living Design Exhibition 2022-Care, Art and Design" |Exhibition period|Saturday, October 22, 2022 to Monday, November 7, 2022 *On the final day, November 7th (Monday), only this venue will be closed at 6:00 pm.

| Venue | 7th floor (central A6/7) = living design salon, (central A5/6/7) = interior floor special venue

|Organizer|Executive Committee for Living Design Exhibition [General Incorporated Association Caring Design] |Cooperation|Japan Institute of Design Promotion, Tokyo University of the Arts

|Support|Toshima Ward (90th Anniversary Friendship Project)

以下は2022 Diversity on the Arts Project WEBページより転載

Above photo: "Korokoro no Ball" in the center is a name associated with a soccer ball made up of pentagons and hexagons. The carpets and fixtures are all handmade, and last year, everyone in the lab spent a huge amount of time desperately making them.

Installer Makoto Tamaki created the "Select Room" with a slanted roof on the left (moving the wall to expand or shrink your own space) and the "Locker Room" on the right. The object with the leg on the left of the center can be worn when you feel a little unsettled in the "hidden house". Produced by writer Haruna Aoki. A limousine made of felt that you don't want to drown.

The back of the "locker room" is also a soccer field. A special ball of the Emperor's Cup is fitted.

Window of "Select Room"


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