‘Imagine ainu’ by NAKED, INC.
The Agency for Cultural Affairs presents "CULTURE GATE to JAPAN" CHITOSE, Japan, March 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- On February 22, 2021, the Agency for Cultural Affairs in Japan opened a new art exhibit at New Chitose Airport as part of their "CULTURE GATE to JAPAN" initiative. Artworks by the creative group NAKED, INC. are exhibited at the airport, as well as on the web, with the aim of promoting the appeals of Japanese culture and sharing it with the world.

'Imagine ainu' by NAKED, INC. 'Imagine ainu' by NAKED, INC.

The theme of the exhibit at the New Chitose Airport in Hokkaido is "INVISIBLE". The creative company NAKED, INC., which specializes in infusing spaces with a variety of media elements to create fresh experiences, is exhibiting works based on the theme of Ainu culture. The Ainu are the indigenous people native to Hokkaido, the Tohoku region of Japan, and eastern Russia. They maintain a distinctive culture characterized by deep gratitude and reverence toward the nature found in the bitterly cold climate in their areas. The Ainu people's rich spiritual world has been passed on to the present day through songs, dances, and stories in the Ainu language, completely distinct from the Japanese language. NAKED, INC. has created sound-based artworks that convey the culture and spirit of the Ainu people, which have been passed down from generation to generation through the oral traditions of language and music. Furthermore, visitors are also able to enhance their experience using the smartphone in their pocket by enjoying the sound and light installation with the aid of an augmented reality (AR) app.
  • Period: February 22, 2021~
  • Location: New Chitose Airport Domestic Terminal 1 Entrance, Floor 1
  • Entrance fee: Free
  • Theme: INVISIBLE
  • Title: Imagine ainu
  • Artist: Creative Company NAKED, INC

Creative Company NAKED, INC. Creative Company NAKED, INC.

By PR Newswire Asia

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