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  • Kazuyuki Hashimoto

We are participating in the "SDGs x ARTs" exhibition.

This is an announcement of the exhibition

"SDGs x ARTs" Exhibition -17 There is art in the element of the target (original)-

I am participating in the laboratory as a volunteer.

This is an exhibition held as part of the "I LOVE YOU" project 2021 at Tokyo University of the Arts.

This time, we created the space design for the exhibition "Sensory Room Project to Solve the Difficult Experience Environment of Persons with Disabilities with Art" with volunteer members of the laboratory and students of the adult course certification system program.

As one of the practical exercises in the curriculum of the Diversity on the Arts Project (commonly known as DOOR), which is conducted by the Faculty of Fine Arts, Hashimoto also participates as a lecturer, led by the Dean of the Faculty of Hibino. Our goal is to create the sensory room we think of in the soccer field. Students can get information on their ideas (choose, move freely, touch, stray / hide, bring in, easily connect, customize their own, and get information in a few exercises. We are exhibiting a space that Hashimoto Lab volunteers thought to integrate the study models that the team created instantaneously based on (can, get closer to dreams) and those ideas into an actual sensory room.

In order to display all the students' works and to display the space we think of, we devised how to make the limited space easy to see and not make it feel narrow, and struggled to create everything from furniture to space in 8 days.

In the future, we will further brush up what will be put into the actual space by the final of the Emperor's Cup on January 1, 2022.

Outline of "Sensory Room Project to Solve Difficult Experience Environments for Persons with Disabilities with Art"

For people who are not good at extraordinary things such as loud noises, the eyes of others, and unexpected events, such as children with developmental disabilities (autism spectrum disorder) and hyperesthesia, sports game venues are very stimulating and opportunities to watch games. There are many people who can't have it. The need for a sensory room is also required in Japan so that children and their families with such characteristics can watch the game with peace of mind at the game venue. A sensory room is a room where you can watch the game with peace of mind, avoiding crowds and the line of sight of the surroundings, with illuminance that is not too bright and sound insulation that blocks loud sounds and voices. It is run by professional staff.

In this project, together with the Japan Football Association, we will look at the "differences and troubles" of people who have difficulty watching games from the perspective of ART, explore the shape of the sensory room to be installed at the soccer match venue, and actually install it. increase. In a word, hyperesthesia is different from what you are not good at and how comfortable you are, so there is no specific type of sensory room. By adding design and art perspectives to the scientific and welfare perspectives, we aim to throw a stone in the "watching style" that is not related to the conventional sensory room.

Cooperation: Japan Football Association

It will be unveiled at [Emperor's Cup JFA 102nd All Japan Soccer Championship Schedule]

Exhibition overview

"SDGs x ARTs" Exhibition -17 There is art in the element of the target (original)-

Schedule | July 22nd (Thursday / holiday) -August 31st (Tuesday), 2021

Closed days | Monday, August 10 (Tuesday), but open on August 9 (Monday / holiday)

Hours | 10:00 to 17:00 (admission is 30 minutes before closing)

Admission fee | Free

Reservation | Not required

Meeting place | Tokyo University of the Arts Museum Main Building Exhibition Room 3 and 4

12-8 Ueno Park, Taito-ku, Tokyo 110-8714

Inquiries | 050-5541-8600 (Hello Dial)

Supervision | Katsuhiko Hibino (Dean / Professor, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Tokyo)

Planning and Production | Tokyo University of the Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts Diversity on the Arts Project (DOOR)

Organized by | Tokyo University of the Arts / "I LOVE YOU" project

Grant | Agency for Cultural Affairs / Japan Arts Council


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