Japanese architect Arata Isozaki and Indian sculptor Anish Kapoor brought their creativity together to create a mobile concert hall “Arch Nova” and will be exhibited for the first time in Tokyo, coming Autumn.
Arch Nova project started in 2011 and was aim to bring an uplifting message for those still suffering from the Great East Japan Earthquake. In 2013 to 15, several concerts and workshops were held at Matsushima, Sendai and Fukushima city, which collected a total of over 19thousands audiences.
Arch Nova is made of a large inflatable polyester shell, designed to be foldable and transportable by truck. Provide seating for approximately 490 audiences to watch concerts, artistic projects and Noh(a classical stage art).
For the first time in Tokyo, the exhibition was to brought to remind the East Japan great earthquake disaster after 7years past. Keep updated with Tokyo Midtown HP.