KYOTO STEAM 2022 International Art Competition
Venue [ Higashiyama Cube ]
KYOTO STEAM 2022 International Art Competition is the core program for the upcoming second edition of KYOTO STEAM—International Arts × Science Festival, organized by its executive committee. Unique in Japan, this is an international competition exhibiting and awarding works created by artists in collaboration with corporations, research institutes, and other partners.
An open call for submissions was made in 2020. From the 111 project plans and 41 partners, a panel of experts matched the partners with the artists to selected 11 sets of collaboration. These will now transform into projects that embody the possibilities of art, science, and technology at an exhibition opening in late January 2022.
Get ready to experience new works of art created through the interdisciplinary practices of artists and their project partners.
＞Exhibiting Artists and Partners
Onishi Yasuaki × Fukuda Metal Foil & Powder Co., Ltd.
Kanamori Yoshiaki × FUJIX Ltd.
Kaneko Miya × MARUSHIGEYA CORPORATION
Kawamatsu Yasunori × RIKEN BioResource Research Center
Plant-Microbe Symbiosis Research and Development Team
Kohrogi Yugo × HORIBA, Ltd.
Sato Soma × KYOTO’s 3D STUDIO Inc.
Kikoh Matsuura × SHIMADZU CORPORATION
Miki Maaya × Division of Medical Device Innovation,
Department of Clinical Research, National Hospital Organization,
Niigata National Hospital
Mihara Soichiro × mui Lab, Inc.
Miyata Sayaka × SeedBank Co., Ltd.
Ami Yamasaki + Michael Smith-Welch ×Konel
The following judges will select the winners of the Grand Prize and Second Prize from the exhibited works.
Aoki Jun (Director, Kyoto City KYOCERA Museum of Art)
Akamatsu Tamame (President, Kyoto City University of Arts)
Iida Shihoko (Chief Curator [Head of Curatorial Team], Aichi Triennale 2022)
Kuno Sachiko (Executive Vice-President, Kyoto University)
Tokui Nao (CEO, Qosmo, Inc.; Associate Professor, Keio University)
Grand Prize (1 Work): ¥2 million
Second Prize (1 Work): ¥1 million
Audience Award (1 Work): ¥200,000
The Audience Award is chosen by visitor vote.
- Saturday, January 29–Sunday, February 13, 2022
- 10 a.m.–6 p.m. (last entry 5:30 p.m.)
- Higashiyama Cube
- Closed on
- Closed Mondays
- ¥1,000 (incl. tax)
Free admission for junior high school students and younger, high school students who reside or attend school in Kyoto City (student ID required), and those with certified disabilities and one accompanying adult