The National Art Center, Tokyo
Part of the early exhibition viewing program
May 10 (Wed) – 29 (Mon), 10:00-18:00
*Open from 10:00-20:00 on Fridays, Saturdays
*Closed on Tuesdays
May 27 (Sat), 10:00-22:00, May 28 (Sun), 10:00-18:00
- The National Art Center, Tokyo, 1st Floor Entrance Lobby and various sites
- [Participation fee]
The National Art Center, Tokyo presents “Nezumikke”, the second exhibition in the “NACT View” series utilizing public spaces, featuring projection mapping and AR animation by Tsukiji Nohara, an animation artist who creates works with a new approach based on the theme of a fusion of two and three dimensions. During Roppongi Art Night, a special version of the animation will be exhibited.
Born in 1994 in Kanagawa Prefecture. After graduating with a major in animation from Tokyo Zokei University, Tsukiji completed a post-graduate course at the Graduate School of Film and New Media at Tokyo University of the Arts.
Tsukiji explores a variety of humorous expressions through animation (primarily mouse characters) based on a fusion of two and three dimensions. Her work Mukaunezumi was awarded the Japan Grand Prix at the 6th New Chitose Airport International Animation Festival and the New Face Award in the animation division at the 23rd Japan Media Arts Festival. In 2021, Tsukiji held her first solo exhibition Nohara no harappa at Machida Pario.