Exhibition at Mori Art Museum “EXPO 2025 OSAKA venue design for bidding”

The venue plan created as part of Japan's bid to host EXPO 2025 OSAKA, KANSAI is built around core concepts like decentralization and dispersion, representing the constant change in relationships between individuals and groups that is a prominent feature of today's world in order to tangibly express the structure of future society. At the same time, it serves as an easy-to-understand model that proposes a next-generation urban structure which is also suitable for the operation of new urban elements such as self-driving vehicles and other forms of autonomous mobility, as well as augmented (AR) and/or mixed reality (MR).
This exhibit takes features and experimental elements that are incorporated in the venue plan, and presents them as one possible type of future city. In cities of the future, various users will interact in complex and discrete ways within digital space. We can think in terms of a physical world made of what we can recognize as "things," an "in formation world” represented by the web, and a “common ground" situated between the two. This exhibit illustrates the social implementation of common ground. It provides a place where people can experience the gap between the awareness of humans and that of digital agents, and relationships with the world that humans cannot grasp on a city-wide scale.

【Future and the Arts: AI, Robotics, Cities, Life - How Humanity Will Live Tomorrow ―― What Is True Affluence, What Is It to Be Human, What Is Life?】2019.11.19 [Tue] -2020.3.29 [Sun]
Data Provision: Ministry of Economy,Production Support: Dai Nippon Printing Co.Ltd Epson Sales Japan Corporation〉

Year: 2019

Category: exhibition

Status: Completed

Location: Tokyo, Japan

Collaborator: PARTY

Photo Credit: PARTY