LIVE BOARD’s Digital Billboards Broadcast the TB 2023 Venue Guide, “Talking Building” and “TENMASEN Project”
LIVE BOARD, which develops outdoor visions throughout Japan, will provide special cooperation to the Tokyo Biennale to implement three activities.① Event announcement will be broadcast on LIVE BOARDLIVE BOARD Vision will guide you to the Tokyo Biennale 2023 exhibition venues.Period: 10.21 (Sat) -11.5 (Sun) *Some broadcast end dates may differ.
② “Talking Building” Live streaming at Naganoya Building in front of Shinjuku Station Southeast Exit
"Talking Building" is an interactive art set in Shinjuku. On an outdoor vision screen installed in a building, the windows and walls of that building appear like faces, and when participants speak into the microphone, the building speaks about the history of the nearby city. Thinking that the forgotten memories of Tokyo are hidden in a large-scale language model, we will use ChatGPT for conversations in the "Talking Building." This is a revolutionary challenge in which outdoor vision is integrated with buildings and AI to talk to people.
This event will be held as a collaboration between the "Not Lost Tokyo" project, one of the Linkages of the Tokyo Biennale 2023, and LIVE BOARD. "Not Lost Tokyo" attempts to pass on the disappearing memories and scenery of Tokyo to the next generation through various methods such as words, photographs, 3D models, and AI.
Date/Time: 10.28 (Sat) 13:00–15:00 (In case of stormy weather, it will be postponed)
Venue/Broadcast Media: Tokyo Naganoya Building (in front of Shinjuku Station Southeast Exit) (3-35-7 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku)
Vision provided by: LIVE BOARD
Location: Conducted while moving around the Naganoya Building mentioned above. Passersby will also be invited to participate and have a dialogue with the building.
Free, no reservation required
③ “TENMASEN PROJECT 2023/Nihonbashi River” live streaming
"TENMASEN PROJECT 2023/Nihonbashi River" will float 10,000 miniature Tenmasen boats, approximately 30 cm long, imitating wooden Japanese boats, on the Nihonbashi River, creating a scene where countless small boats move along with the river's flow. This is a fun community art project. The event will be live streamed on the Outdoor Vision LIVE BOARD.
TENMASEN PROJECT 2023/Nihonbashi River
A community art project to rediscover the attraction of Tokyo's waterfront by floating 10,000 miniature wooden Japanese-style boats on the Nihonbashi River.details
Not Lost Tokyo
An art project that explores the possibility of converting the data of Tokyo's disappearing buildings into a new form of reality.details