Date | 11.22 (Thu.) - 12.3 (Mon.), 2018
Time | 10:00 - 21:00
Venue | Parco Museum Ikebukuro PARCO 7F
Address | 1-28-2, Minami-Ikebukuro, Toshima-ku, Tokyo 171-0022
Official|https://art.parco.jp/parcomuseum/detail/?id=89

Organizer | PARCO, Special Thanks | Graphic, SABIA, Miki Murakawa Architects, OKUBO TATAMI, Supervision | Soshin Kimura, Visual Design | Kosuke Kawamura, Space Design | Asano-Izue Architect Office

Exhibiting Artists | Masumi Ishikawa, GO ITAMI, IMAITOONZ, TARO URYU, Keisuke Iwae, OHGUSHI, KANAKO SASAKI, Tadaomi Shibuya, Satoshi Hara, Hiroo Suzuki, Kotaro Chiba, Choji Beniko, Emiko Kobayashi, DAISY BALLOON, D.K.Z (Kosuke Kawamura & HAMADARAKA), NANANANO, RISA FUKUI, Kahori Maki & Shiho Minami, MAI MIYAKE, RIBBONESIA

Exhibiting Artisan | Kyo-Uchita Aiba, Enami, Hirokazu Mizushima, Nakamura Sotoji Komuten, KEIKOU NISHIMURA URUSHI ART STUDIO, HIYOSHIYA, Miyawaki Baseman, Teruhisa Yamamoto

Vibes | Humans are born as creatures with an inner space.
We have the innate ability to pick up vibrations emitted by the world such as sounds, tastes, smells, colors, and shapes.
However, unawares, we become eager to fill our inner space with whatever it may be.
Although we are able to enjoy creativity and feel delicate vibrations by staying empty
we eventually come to fear this state of emptiness.

All matter that exists in space moves from a state of disorder to order.
In this world of inherent disorder, our inner space must travel through a vacuum of emotions to pick up unseen vibrations that are different from ourselves, which are necessary to make harmony with disorder.

Vibes are the pure form of voice
Vibes are the aura of what exists
Vibes are the subconscious memories
Vibes are the symbol of brilliance
Vibes are the existence of the world represented as light

Materials | Rubber Balloon, lacquer | W450×D70 (Vibes 1), W150×D70 (Vibes 2), W40×D90 (Vibes 3), W40 (Vibes 4),
Photographer | GO ITAMI

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Date | 2.24 (Sat) - 2.25 (Sun), 2018
Time | 10:00 - 19:00 (24), 10:00 - 17:00 (25)
Venue | SO-CAL LINK GALLERY, Free
Address | 4-9-8, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001
Official | http://www.meiji.co.jp/do-wonders/exhibition/

Exhibiting Artists | Masanobu Ishii, Shinya Kiyokawa, Daisy Balloon, Kazumasa Teshigawara, Ai Yoshida
Organizer | Meiji Co., Ltd., Special Thanks | The Asahi Shimbun Company, Switch Publishing Co., Ltd, D.M.Takayoshi Yoshida

Bridge|We, DAISY BALLOON, focused on dendritic cells that travel along the two antigen pathways of "natural immunity" and "acquired immunity" within our bodies. Dendritic cells attack pathogens that enter our bodies in the form of natural immunity, but more importantly, they also act as the bridge that provides the data for creating new acquired immunity. Living organisms have evolved to have "natural immunity" while at the same time continuing to create "acquired immunity" and we were drawn to this idea of acting as a bridge where information gets transferred along like a baton.

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Date | 11.11 (Fri) – 11.23 (Wed). 2016
Time | 11:00 – 20:00
Venue | docomo LOUNGE
Address | Shin Yurakucho Building 1F, 1-12-1, Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. 100-0006
URL | http://docomodake.net/profile/calenderart/

Daisy Balloon created the March visual for the Docomodake 2017 calendar.
The withering 9 Docomodake pieces created for this project were displayed at the Docomodake lounge gallery.

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Japan:
Date | 9.4 (Thu) – 11.2 (Sun) . 2014
Time | 12:00 – 19:00 (Thu | Fri) , 10:00 – 18:00 (Sat | Sun)
Venue | Walls Tokyo (Japan)
Address | 2-14-18, Shiroyama, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo. 112-0001
URL|http://www.walls-tokyo.com/

Hong Kong:
Date | 11.30 (Sun) – 12.7 (Sun) . 2014
Venue | PMQ (Hong Kong)
Address | S614, Block A, PMQ, 35 Aberdeen Street, Central, Hong Kong
URL|http://www.pmq.org.hk/?lang=en

Exhibiting Artists | Daisy Balloon, Hideki Inaba, Junji Tanigawa, Kotaro Watanabe, Masashi Kawamura, Masayoshi Kodaira, NAM, Nosigner, Shun Kawakami, Tei Shuwa, Wabisabi, Yuji Tokuda

The ART IN DESIGN exhibition will be held at modern art boutique, Walls Tokyo.
This event will feature the works of 11 artists and will get us to examine the importance and future of art and design.

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Date | 10.21 (Sun) – 11.4 (Sun) . 2012
Time | 12:00 – 19:00
Venue | Trans Arts Tokyo
Address | 1-1, Komazawakoen Setagaya, Tokyo 154-0013
URL | http://www.grapass.net/2012/tokyo/jpn/index.html

An event to bring the world together through the power of graphic design and to think about how society should be, based on the theme of “Think Touch Talk,” was held in Tokyo as part of a global tour. In its fourth appearance in Tokyo, in a project called TRANS ARTS TOKYO, 11 buildings of the former Tokyo Denki University in Kanda were transformed into art centers and Daisy Ballon’s -rinten- was on display on the 16th floor in #1609A.

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