Explore ARTECHOUSE’s newest exhibition, Lucid Motion, by globally renowned Japanese artist group Rhizomatiks Research and Daito Manabe. Opening September 28th in D.C., Lucid Motion aims to examine human motion from various standpoints using next-level technologies and expression methods to elaborate into three unique installations. Visitors will get to engage with dance performances themed on human motion, lights and shades as they experience these through multiple rooms. 

“An interdisciplinary digital Renaissance man”, Rhizomatiks founder Daito Manabe is known for his innovative approaches to the human body, programming, data, computers and other uses of arts and technology. Always future scentric, the Tokyo-based media artist and creative technologist uses programming, sound design and interaction design to develop groundbreaking production technology for major international events and art projects, from augmented reality videos for musicians to live interactive technology driven performances for dancers. 

On View September 29th - December 1st at ARTECHOUSE / DC

Tickets: $8-20 // Open to all ages

For tickets & details, visit: www.artechouse.com

Daytime Admission:

Daily // 10AM - 5PM

After Hours Admission (21+):

Sun - Thu // 5PM - 10PM

Fri & Sat // 5:30PM - 11:30PM


Upcoming dates

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Schedules

  • Starting Saturday, September 28th, 2019, repeats every day until Sunday, December 01, 2019 @ 10:00 am – 10:00 pm

Venue

ARTECHOUSE

1238 Maryland Ave SW
Washington, DC 20024

Contact

Lauren Rappaport

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