MULTISTANDARD seeks to reverse the tendency for a narrow perspective through a multi-approach to building physical objects.
We invites other experimental makers to host the “1-15-22 Apartment” in an abandoned building in Shibuya.
We will exhibit “chopping” which was released this spring, and our new work “masking” .
Other exhibits include “look into the curve“ by up-and-coming creators active internationally.
Another group exhibit by art school student creators ”the neighbor”
2F “the neighbor”
4F “look into the curve”
MULTISTANDARD, Hikari Yamaguchi, Leo Koda, messagingleaving, Nobuaki Sato, pan_object, Sera Yanagisawa, Tamako Yamada, Yurika Tanaka
At MULTISTANDARD our focus is to make ideas tangible by using new perspectives as a proactive tool in design, rather than to optimize solutions for the demands of society.
In a society where values are increasingly diversified, a multi-perspective view should be nurtured to push the boundaries of convergent knowledge rather than to expect a a shared uniform standard for all. Based on this belief, we reinterpret material, process, and context to fuel an imagination that is needed in this day.
shibuya serumo building