2019.11.16 (SAT) − 24(SUN) 11AM−7PM※最終日は5PM迄

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kudan house(東京・九段下)

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2019.11.16 (SAT) − 24(SUN)11AM−7PMOpen until 5PM on the last day

Adults ¥1,000 / Student ¥500

kudan house

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No.17
No.17

Meditation Room

It is said that high-level meditators in Indian and Tibetan Buddhism can see photons at the end of their training. If one of the objectives of Buddhist practice was to gain an understanding of the quantum world, I thought it would be possible to go from a modern physics approach to Buddhist enlightenment. And, I created a meditation room that makes you be aware of the existence of the photons in front of you and, that takes you to the first step towards enlightenment.
Tool Development : Yuki Mizuno

Akira Wakita

Akira Wakita

Artist

http://akirawakita.com/

Born in Tokyo in 1974. As an artist who crosses science and contemporary art, he uses simulations based on advanced numerical calculations to develop images, installations and live activities. His works have been exhibited at Ars Electronica Center, Mutek, WRO Art Center, Kiyoharu Art Colony and Miraikan. In 2016, he started a collaborative project with Tetsuya Komuro and presented his work at Ars Electronica Festival and RedBull Music Festival. Dean and Professor, Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, Keio University.