• AISO

    Automatic music construction system, born 2020 in Echoes Breath, Inc. He has been constructing pieces of "sound" in real-time and randomly, realizing "never-ending" music. He is mainly active in the field of background music. His specialty is to change the image of a piece of music based on external factors such as time and weather, and he is constantly evolving his method of expression. He has released collaborative works with musicians such as Koji Nakamura, Takuro Okada, Yuri Miyauchi, and Yakenohara.

  • Artist. Born in the USA, based in Belle Meade, Texas. He has a diverse background, starting with the iconic 01 Gallery of Los Angeles in the 90’s. The artist employs an exquisite personal vocabulary of metaphorical imagery. Recognized early for obsessive painting, later for unique film experiments. Michael’s history includes: Apexart, Cité Internationale des Arts, Creative Time, Gallery Aferro, INSTINC, Pierogi Gallery, Studio Kura, etc.

  • Tsuyoshi Anzai
    Tsuyoshi Anzai (b. 1987, Tokyo) is a contemporary artist who uses everyday plastic objects to create works that question the relationship between humans and objects. Graduated with a B.A. in Music (2009) and an M.A. in Film and New Media from Tokyo University of the Arts (2011). His solo exhibition “Poly-” was held at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa in 2020. From 2020-21, he was the recipient of a grant from the Pola Art Foundation for a one-year residency at the Künstlerhaus Bethanien in Berlin, Germany. Participated in the group exhibition “Extended Present - Transient Realities” at the Ludwig Museum in Budapest, Hungary in 2022.
  • Photo by Rambod Rastegar
    Photo by Rambod Rastegar
    Ardalan Aram

    Conceptual artist, Filmmaker. There is one word that is in the center of everything that Ardalan Aram creates: Feeling. The Iranian-German conceptual artist & filmmaker believes that true connection is possible through our raw human experiences, no matter if evoked by a film, an installation, a performance piece or simply by a new perspective on the ordinary. “Anonymous cities create anonymous people, a separation between you and me, them and us. I believe that we need more spaces that allow strangers to show their vulnerability and connect through sharing a feeling with each other.” In collaboration with the composer and pianist Pedro Carneiro Silva he created the “Free Seat Project” and has been placing the living installation throughout cities like Berlin, Lisbon, Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo.

  • ArTeas

    a team of art lovers who have been active in museums and local communities for many years. Set up in 2022 to implement an interactive art appreciation programs at the Tokyo Biennale 2023. Members come from a variety of backgrounds, including company employees, freelancers, teachers and housewives, as well as a wide range of age groups.

    We are friends who can freely feel each other's feelings and enjoy each other's interest in art, which is sometimes considered 'unknowable' or 'difficult'. Through dialogue about art, we connect with diverse people with different values and work towards the realisation of a wellbeing society with our passion as art communicators.