Science and Everyday Life - Series vol.11 Symmetry

Open call for art/science exhibition participants


  • Step 1. Look for into your dormant images for
  • Step 2. Print it out with A3 paper by printers around you.
  • Step 3. Bring it to the exhibition place.
  • Step 4. For each image, fill out the information slip and staple it.
  • Step 5. Put it on the wall with tape at anytime during the exhibition period.


This round's theme is *Symmetry*. Please pick any your *Symmetry* that triggered your thought somehow. You know we all have tons of images in our cell phone, PC or camera. Don't you think they are waiting to be exposed?

Especially we encourage researchers to submit images not only from private life but also from your RESEARCH ACTIVITIES. When all of submissions are put together, the handsomely chaotic view will appear and it is one of the significance of this exhibition. So please submit any!

Special Talk by 2016 Kavli IPMU resident artist Hirakawa

Additionally we'll have Norimichi Hirakawa as a guest speaker for this night. He stayed at Kavli IPMU at 2016 under the Kavli IPMU Artist in Residence program and you might hear the news that recently the developed art work became part of the art collection at the Art Gallery of New South Wales in Sydney. He will introduce his concerns and how he developed the work "datum".

Important date / things

THEME: Symmetry
DATE: Dec 3 - 20, 2019
PLACE: Kavli IPMU Bldng. 3F Piazza Fujiwara
PARTY:  Dec 10, 18:00-20:00 @3F Piazza Fujiwara


  • Put images up by yourself through the exhibition period, or send the images to
  • ANY images (graphs, computer generated images, drawings, photographs...) are welcomed.
  • Images both from your Research Work and from Private Life is welcomed.
  • Each image must have a prescribed information slip, available at the exhibition place.
  • Use usual A3 paper for printout.
  • Multiple submission is welcomed.
  • Submission of other formats (moving images or sounds..) is possible. Contact us!



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