We are delighted to invite you to the first solo-exhibition of Swiss sculptor
Étienne Krähenbühl in Japan.
He is well-known mainly in Europe, and his art works uses technology to bring it into the modern world, giving the spectator a feeling of mystery and gravity.
Since he encountered and was intrigued with a physical phenomena in superconductivity during his research with scholars and researchers at the NCCR MaNEP, the University of Geneva, he has been seeking the possibility of expression through material by a collaboration of his art and science.
One of his art works using a shape-memory alloy invites the viewer to his unique world and offers us the opportunity to explore art that responds to nature.
Enjoy the fascinating reflection of Krähenbühl’s world – the marriage of art, technology and science.

14/03/2016(mon) -  31/03/2016(thu)

Open: 11:00am – 7:00pm *Sat, last day 11:00am – 5:00pm
Closed: Sun & Holidays