Takayuki Mori
Takayuki Mori

Takayuki Mori

Resident Artist

Biography

Takayuki Mori is an interactive light and multimedia visual artist from Japan. He has created unique artworks combining lighting and sculptural forms and has gotten attention from art professionals in Japan and abroad for his creativity and advanced techniques. After graduating,  from Kyoto University of Arts and Design, he started his career as an artist, and has won various awards and exhibited his works at art festivals, exhibitions at prominent museums, public space and light art events, such as Museum Murten (Murten, Switzerland), Wayne State University (Detroit, USA), TARO OKAMOTO MUSEUM OF ART (Kanagawa, Japan), and Roppongi Art Night (Tenso Shrine, Japan).

Based on his interest in the relationship between visual information and the brain that processes it,  he has used light and permeable materials in his work in order to eliminate materiality from work as much as possible and explore the relationship between digital and analogue, two-dimensional and three-dimensional, virtual space and real space. When considering the scene we see before us (light and shadow), a system of mathematical dimensions is involved, and their traversal helps us to understand the world more deeply.

The physical sculptures and installations created by moving back and forth between digital and analogue expresses visual distortion and transformation and encourages the viewer to reflect on the relationship with the physical world and its impact on the experience.

 

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