Die Magie der Farben. Es gibt wenige Menschen, welche Farben im Raum in einer Art und Weise erlebbar machen, die ein Lächeln auf die Lippen und ein Glücksgefühl ins Herzen zaubern.
Emmanuelle Moureaux, eine in Tokyo lebende französische Architektin, Designerin und Künstlerin gehört definitiv dazu.
Universe of Words Calpis 100th year anniversary July 4-7, 2019 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo Installation: On Tanabata day, Japanese people write their hopes and dreams on colored pieces of paper and hang them on a bamboo branch in hopes that their wishes will come true. Emmanuelle re-imagines this tradition by conveying the sense of Tanabata with the floating words. mt FACTORY TOUR July 22 – August 4, 2021 Kurashiki (Japan) Installation for the world-famous Japanese masking tape brand “mt”, for the memorable 10th mt FACTORY TOUR. The exhibition, held once a year at the mt factory, shows the infinite possibilities of the mt’s masking tape, made of traditional Japanese paper washi. Universe of Words Calpis 100th year anniversary July 4-7, 2019 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo Foto by Daisuke Shima Installation: On Tanabata day, Japanese people write their hopes and dreams on colored pieces of paper and hang them on a bamboo branch in hopes that their wishes will come true. Emmanuelle Moureaux re-imagines this tradition by conveying the sense of Tanabata with the floating words. color mixing Rotating colors. Mixing colors. Moving hearts. NSK 100th anniversary SENSE OF MOTION November 9-20, 2016 SPIRAL, Tokyo Foto by Daisuke Shima Slices of Time February 5 – April 19, 2020 (extended until Sep. 27) NOW Gallery, London (UK); Foto by Charles Emerson Inspired by the location of the gallery, near to the Greenwich Meridian marking time, “Slices of Time” expresses the past, the now and the future through 168,000 small numbers composing 120 “slices” of time, hanged in the space, as a round representation of the earth floating. “1000 colors wave” March 19-25, 2019 Imabari City Auditorium Japan Foto by Daisuke Shima Imabari City in Ehime Prefecture is known for its quality towels and for its leading textile dyeing industry. For the “IMABARI Color Show” introducing the dyeing technology in Imabari City, Emmanuelle Moureaux revealed an installation “1000 COLORS WAVE”, using her own 1000 (one thousand) colors palette specially created for the exhibition. It is the second installation realized for the “IMABARI Color Show” after the 2017-2018 exhibitions in Spiral Garden and Imabari City. KNIT IN 100 COLORS September 26-29, 2018 Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume Paris During the Paris Fashion Week 2018 held in September, UNIQLO launched a special exhibition “The Art and Science of LifeWear : Creating a New Standard in Knitwear” at the Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume. The exhibition marked the brand’s first large-scale exhibition open to the public. It introduced UNIQLO’s knitwear in five zones “Art”, “Science”, “Craftsmanship”, “Fashion”, “Collaboration”. This time in the “Art” zone, Emmanuelle Moureaux created an art installation named “KNIT IN 100 COLORS”. She created an infinite world of colors where visitors can experience the vibrant color palette of UNIQLO knit at a glance. sugamo shinkin bank shimura branch 2011, Tokyo concept : rainbow mille-feuille Foto by Daisuke Shima “Space in Ginza” July 9 – September 22, 2016 METoA Ginza Tokyo Foto by Daisuke Shima For the Exhibition “Space in Ginza” at METoA Ginza in Tokyu Plaza Ginza, Emmanuelle Moureaux revealed an installation that uses centimeter-level measurement accuracy of the Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) as a motif. The interactive installation gives form to the high precision technologies in a beautiful visual form. sugamo shinkin bank ekoda branch 2012, Tokyo concept: rainbow shower Foto by Daisuke Shima Forest of Numbers NACT 10th anniversary January 20-30, 2017 The National Art Center, Tokyo. Foto by Daisuke Shima “Forest of Numbers” – the symbolization of the next 10 years to come. Used without any partition walls for the first time, the 2000 square metre White Cube exhibition room became a canvas for the installation, filled with “100 colors”, inspiration and emotion, it became the largest installation of Emmanuelle Moureaux work.
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