Following the installation at Koshigaya, we installed yet another edition of EARTH CLOCK.
A new, smaller version of the ‘Beyond our solar system’.
Access to the website made visible in real time.
The inside is empty.
Communication design, with the web as its axis, linking a small mountain village to the world.
A new edition of EARTH CLOCK set in a mega mall.
Sunlight sandglass. Very limited edition, due to limited sand supply.
A 3D model of the Milky Way galaxy
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John Cage created the experience of listening
Sandglass that marks the stars’ demise
The time taken for 100 new children to arrive on our planet
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Appreciate how incredible Mayol’s feat really was
Represents the time taken for spacedust to fall and accumulate
Sixty children’s clockface designs for Earth Clock
To all who love the that moment before an orchestra concert
A street performance in Senegal, a train chugging through central India, distant thunder…
A pair of sandglasses showing “other sorts of time”
Movie created for the entrance of Uchida Yoko, Sapporo in collaboration with Senya Nemoto
Sound generated by the movement of the wind
Our second year exhibiting at the Mashiko gallery
Don a pair of headphones, touch the globe, and…
Visit Kyoto on a 12″ Macintosh Powerbook
After several successive projects in Kansai, we held an exhibition in Kyoto
A giant clock in Kobe Airport
100 years of Japanese history from the standpoint of sports
Touch, and the shadow of your hand appears on a distant building
Version 2 of the wind-sensitive light we test exhibited in 2001
Conveys not one minute or three, but another sense of time
A reverse sundial, drawn from the perspective of the sun looking down at us, here and now.
In a 3D model of the galactic system, our solar system is…
Takeshi Ishiguro freezes Mashiko clay and then fires it
Speed up time, and see how plants live
On a glass window, the star-filled sky spreads out before us
A table filled with sounds of the world recorded by Sound Bum
The first full-scale exhibition of our works at the Mashiko gallery STARNET ZONE
Building on our KEEP work in 2004, we addressed fundraising materials…
Lighting on the KEPCO building in Osaka that reflects the movements of the wind
A 27m wide sound installation held at the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa
Graphics for the Kiyosato Educational Experiment Project
Thunder and lightning data mapped on a globe
A small, interactive corporate museum
Do plants grow out of soil if you don’t plant seeds?
Cover for the textbook by professor Shinichi Inoue of the Research Institute for Time Studies, Yamaguchi University
Public media for a concourse in Minatomirai Station, Yokohama
Our visit to a third grade classroom at Keio Gijuku Yochisha Primary School
Shown again at Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography
Exhibit on daily activities for the Time! Time! Time! show
National forum exploring participatory and experiential education
Search for sounds on a tabletop map of the world with tiny hand-held speakers
Sound Bum exhibition in the Earth Lounge at MeSci
Sounds that were always there, but had escaped our awareness
A summer-holiday workshop with children in Setagaya
A postcard device for viewing the solar eclipse.
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The prototype of Wind-lit: Solar (2005), test exhibits in Tokyo and Kyoto
Recipe for the traditional remedy to soothe tired tummies