2022 6/20 ~ 6/23
On June 20-23, the urban-linked "XR NFT Art Exhibition" will be held and decorate Times Square in New York City, featuring 7 Japanese artists.
During the exhibition, visitors will be able to experience the artworks of these artists through the "STYLY" smartphone application in Times Square.
The XR artworks displayed at NFT NYC will be made into dioramas and sold as NFTs, which can be purchased from the NFT Market by accessing the link in the STYLY app. It will be available after NFT NYC.
Additionally, AR filter content featuring the work of Noh mask artist KENICHI ASANO will be available. This AR filter will overlay a Japanese Noh mask over a user’s face.
The AR exhibition will be displayed in the Times Square streets of the Times Square streets, such as Hiroshi Mori's three -dimensional figure work, a 2D art "JAPANESQUE" series that combines Japanese paintings and anime paintings. In the work, you can experience on the city scale that is not in reality. Please experience Times Square colored with three -dimensional figure and 2D art works.
Hiroshi Mori was born in Tokyo, Japan in 1977.
He graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts in 2013 with a Master's degree in Oil Painting Techniques and Materials.
He uses parodies to create his artwork and converts the traditional golden backgrounds of religious paintings into a manga style using the latest industrial technology.
His work is a "mischievous" combination of existing imagery, such as references from classics, pop art masterpieces, anime, manga, and video games. Through these works, he pursues what it means to be original in art. Supported by XYZA.io
“He who does not work, neither shall he eat.” It’s an old saying in Japan as well. Since the Internet began, we have had almost unlimited freedom of working if you can work online. However, it means we have a situation to work anywhere, 24/7, unless we are disconnected from Wi-Fi or reception... We had been working to eat; however, I could say we set the state we are preyed upon by working because of an unlimited working environment. I want to ask all celebrities who entertain us with virtual reality on the internet, such as YouTubers, Instagrammers, and NFT artists. Who will be the first human being to escape this paradoxical game to regain true freedom?
Born in 1992. Murata's practice is based on compositing, processing effects, and collage to create high-calorie visual expressions and motion graphic videos.
Murata primarily directs and produces visual art in advertising for fashion brands like Adidas, NIKE, GAP and BEAMS etc. She has also worked with fashion department stores such as Laforet Harajuku and PARCO. She also art directed for “Imma-ten”, an exhibition organised by imma, the world’s first virtual model.
After Murata stayed in India in 2019, she created the artwork and installation “GODS AND MOM BELIEVE IN YOU” for Stealable Art Exhibition at SAME GALLERY. Murata founded "HYPE FREE WATER" with the artist KOM-I in 2020. She produces fictional advertisements based on environmentalism and the theme of water to inspire artivism from her base in Tokyo.
This work is aimed to visualize in augmented reality "Yaoyorozunokami"(millions of god), the various gods in whom Japanese people has believed since ancient times. Particulary spirits "Chi" has been believed to dwell in natural objects, both animate and inanimate objects., and the appearance of their mighty power is called "Chihayaburu". In this work, I put the QR code on the wall and the ground, which are the major elements that compose of the space, to express spirits flowing around from the objects and released from them with music.
Graduated from Kyoto Seika University specialized with product design and started working as an engineering design unit "xorium" in 2017, creating works based on "comfortable coexistence with digital in real space".
Major awards include the Good Design Award, IF design Award, and the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications Hetero-vation Program Generation Award [Corporate Special Award].
This is an NFT Trading Drama Spectacle AR work where huge NFT soft vinyl in New York Times Square develops auction battles.
You can purchase soft vinyl as NFT during the AR scene experience.
Born in Tokyo in 1987.
Graphic designer/artist who creates soft vinyl works in 3DCG as a communication medium connecting virtual space and real space under the theme of "extending the imaginary world of one's own play."
He is developing the NFT soft vinyl series "SUKOTA-TOYS" at OpenSea."
AR face filter of a daemon mask for Japanse traditional show.
July 24, 1978 Born in Uji City, Kyoto Prefecture
Analog & digital sculptor Create a sculpture classical technique and a digital scalpting hybrid.
Fusion of pop culture elements and sublimated as contemporary art, while the theme of "possession".
In recent years, he has also worked on the god of shrines, while also announced an avatar robot "possessor" in the real world.
In 2021, he co -produced the virtual space ""Phantom"" with Naohito Funabashi. It represents the evolution of the sculpture.