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Writer:Yuta Sakaguchi

Hi, I’m Yuta. I grew up and live in Yokohama, a port city of Kanagawa prefecture near Tokyo. I once lived in Kichijoji, located in the western part of Tokyo. I love walking around a street and taking pictures. On my article I introduce attractions mainly of Tokyo and Yokohama with many wonderful pictures. Please enjoy them!

An Interactive Art Exhibition at Kawasaki City Museum

December 8, 2014

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"Splash Display" by Yasushi MATOBA, Shingo TAMANO and Taro TOKUI
Projection on tiny foam beads. Hit circle targets with balls to make a fountain like explosion! It will look like a 3-D display.

Text: Keiko Hara

An exhibition, "Magical Art Museum" has just opened at Kawasaki City Museum.

The show introduces interactive art works with the latest digital technology. See, Touch and Play is the concept of the exhibition and the audience can enjoy by actually controlling each art work.

It is also good for kids!

"Lifelog_chandelier" by Kosei KOMATSU
A chandelier made with goose feathers. It rotates with a breeze and casts a shadow which looks like leaves.

"Oto-Megane" by Hisato OGATA (takram design engineering)
You can see "sound" by looking into the plain white display board with a magnifying glass.

"Immersive Shadow" by Naoaki FUJIMOTO
Projection on the wall. You can touch and play with colourful balls with your shadow.