Abstract multi-channel audiovisual inventions and sculptural hybrids that fuse and reshape nature, science and the human-made world, electrical signals rendered in analog and digital light and an ambient symphony of drone and static
subassemblies (2019), ad/ab Atom (2019), elementum (2018)
He was awarded the Golden Nica at Prix Ars Electronica in the Digital Music and Sound Art category in 2010, and in 2016 directed the Kinetic Media Lab/ACT at Gwangju's Asia Cultural Center
Japanese artist, Ryoichi Kurokawa produces timeless audiovisual compositions that take on multiple forms, whether video, multi-screen installations, recordings or live performances. Kurokawa approaches image and sound as one entity, rather than separately. He uses what he calls an ‘audiovisual organ’ to compose spatial-time sculptures with analog or digitally generated materials and field recorded sources. His groundbreaking works have been showcased more than once at MUTEK, notably in 2012 as part of CineChamber, presented by Recombinant Media Labs. In 2010, he was awarded the Golden Nica at Prix Ars Electronica in the Digital Music and Sound Art category.