Date | 8.31 (Sun.), 2017
Time | 17:30 –
Venue | Ishinomaki-city Oginohama
Movie | https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zar9fT_jSn4

SETLIST|M1-Gogh Remix ver、M2-Momotaro Remix ver、M3-Marco Polo Remix ver
CREW ACT|KOM_I(WEDNESDAY CAMPANELLA)、DIRECTOR+MOVIE|Kento Yamada、STILL|Saki Yagi、COSTUME|DAISY BALLOON、STYLING|Toshio Takeda、HAIR&MAKE|Yuko Aika、LIGHT|HIKARI ASOBI CLUB、PA|zAk、MONITOR|Yu Shitanda、BUOY|Fushimi、SHIP|Tochi
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DAISY BALLOON created the costumes for Wednesday Campanella's performance at Reborn-Art Festival 2017 "a program featuring 51 days of music at various locations." The Reborn-Art Festival Ojika Village location will become the stage on which we present a real time look at balloons taking shape alongside natural objects over time.

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Date | 8.18 (Fri.) - 9.3 (Sun.), 2017
Time | 10:00 - 21:00 (Mon. - Sat.), 10:00 - 20:00 (Sun., Holiday)
Venue | SEIBU SHIBUYA, Building A, 7th Floor, Special Event Venue
Address | 21-1, Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-8330
Official|https://www.sogo-seibu.jp/shibuya/kakutensublist/?article_seq=244895&medium=listing&source=gs0815&campaign=shibuya244895

Sponsor | SEIBU SHIBUYA, Cooperation | Image/SIGNO, DAISY BALLOON, Sho Konishi, Space Composition | Junji Tanigawa (JTQ), Graphic | HITSFAMILY, Video | Soshi Nakamura, Sound | Kei Komatsu, Special Thanks to Shojinmeat, Taisuke Shimanuki

The exhibition “bionic by sputniko!” which showcases the future of biotechnological fashion, is coming to Seibu Shibuya. This exhibition is based on the notion of “what if the future brings clothing created through biological technology?” and is an experimental installation (showing growth during the exhibition) that considers fashion as an extension of the human body that can be generated biologically.
Daisy Balloon will present futuristic fashion adapted to four life scenarios: self-generation (sleep), the ability to extend our bodies to swim efficiently (exercise), to challenge our tastes and TPO (dating), and to give color to a brilliant moment of our lives (wedding).

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Date | 8.29 (Tue) - 8.31 (Thu), 2017
Time | 12:00 - 19:00 (29・30), 11:00 - 17:00 (31)
Venue | Le Hall TOGO
Address | Park Dourt Jingumae 2F, 1-4-20, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0001
URL | http://www.markandlona.com/

The skull, which has been the brand logo of MARK&LONA, celebrating their 10th anniversary, has been represented in 3D. Using geometric placement and the shadows of each piece, the skull gives off a different expression depending on the viewing angle.
(Skull Size | W1700×H2200mm)

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Date | 7.22 (Sat) – 9.10 (Sun) . 2017
Time | 10:00 – 17:30
Venue | Reborn Art House
Address | 1-2-21, Kadowakicho, Ishinomaki City, Miyagi
Official|http://www.reborn-art-fes.jp/
Official Artists|http://www.reborn-art-fes.jp/artists/
Tickets|http://www.reborn-art-fes.jp/tickets/

Reborn Art Festival is a comprehensive festival featuring art, music and food in which the central areas of Ishinomaki City, Ojika Peninsula and its neighboring areas come together in a whirlwind. Over a period of 51 days from July 22-September 10, the works of various artists will be displayed.
Daisy Balloon will be presenting "D・E・A・U" a work made in collaboration with music producer Takeshi Kobayashi and visual design studio WOW, who are based in Tokyo, Sendai and London (area map | http://www.reborn-art-fes.jp/access/map/)

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Date | 4.19 (Wed) – 4.25 (Tue) . 2017
Time | 10:00 – 20:00
Venue | MATSUYA GINZA 1F “Space of GINZA”
Address | 3-6-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-8130
Roger Vivier × DAISY BALLOON | Numero TOKYO | https://numero.jp/rogervivier-daisyballoon2017/
Interview | Numero TOKYO | https://numero.jp/interview26/
Information | Numero TOKYO | https://numero.jp/news-20170412-rogervivier/

Balloon | DAISY BALLOON
Photographer | Shinmei

Accessory Maison Roger Vivier of Paris held a one-week pop-up event, Jardin Vivier, at Matsuya Ginza from Wednesday, April 19. Daisy Balloon had two works on display. Coinciding with the event, the visual concept for Roger Vivier x Daisy Balloon (2 black and white works, 2 color works) was published in Numero TOKYO.

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Date | 11.3 (Thu) – 12.25 (Sun) . 2016
Christmas lights up | 11.28 (Mon) – 12.25 (Sun) . 2016
Time | 7:00 – 26:00
Lighting time | 17:00 – 26:00
Venue | KAIKANYAMA T-SITE
Address | KAIKANYAMA T-SITE, 17-5, Sarugakucho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo. 150-0033
URL | http://real.tsite.jp/daikanyama/event/2016/11/t-site-green-christmas.html

Plant Hunter | Seijun Nishihata
Lighting | Masaki Yasuhara
Direction | Kohei Nawa (SANDWICH)
Balloon | Daisy Balloon

Daikanyama Tsutaya Books (T-SITE) is celebrating their fifth anniversary with their largest Christmas light-up event ever. The world created by plant-hunter, Seijun Nishihata, is infused with balloon art by Daisy Balloon and the works of sculptor Kohei Nawa’s SANDWICH, to create a dreamlike scenery.
The snow-cell illustrates the relationship between plants and life. The white cells cling to the stems and foliage and also resemble snow fallen upon a forest. Walk through the forest and see the snow-cells come together, writhing about and growing like a huge living creature.

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Date | 9.24 (Sat). 2016 – 1.17 (Tue). 2017
Time | 14:00 – 17:00 (Tue – Fri), 11:00 – 17:00 (Sat, Sun)
Venue | LUFTMUSEUM | AIR MUSEUM
Address | LUFTMUSEUM e.V. AIR MUSEUM Eichenforstgaeßchen 12 92224 Luftkunstort Amberg / Germany
URL | http://www.luftmuseum.de/index.php?id=2&L=6

Solo exhibition Capsule was held at LUFTMUSEUM in Germany.
Exhibit details: Room 103 | Title | Capsule (two photographs) / Room 104 | Title | Astral (8 photographs) / Room 105 | Title | Astral Movie (2 films) / Room 106 | Title | Singularity (1 photograph, 1 withered piece), Furumai (2 photographs), Black Hole (1 photograph), Worm Hole (1 photograph, 1 withered piece), White Hole (1 photograph), Capsule (1 installation)

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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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Date | 8. 2016
Collaborate | edenworks

Balloon | DAISY BALLOON, Flower Artist | Megumi Shinozaki
Photographer | Masaki Ogawa, Movie | Hirohito Fujiyasu

Our aim is to have man-made balloons and natural plants co-exist on the same plane of existence through time and space.
Balloons wither over time while plants grow, and we captured the crossing of their paths on video through a month of filming.

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Date | 11.3 (Thu) – 12.25 (Sun) . 2016
Christmas lights up | 11.28 (Mon) – 12.25 (Sun) . 2016
Time | 7:00 – 26:00
Lighting time | 17:00 – 26:00
Venue | Roppongi Hills Arena, Address | 6-9-1, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032
Tokyo Midtown, Address | Akasaka, 9-7-1, Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-0052
The National Art Center, Address | 7-22-2, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-8558
URL | http://www.roppongiartnight.com/2016/en/programs/3410

Main Program Artist | Kohei Nawa
Collaborate Artists | Seijun Nishihata, Daisy Balloon

Sculptor Kohei Nawa was the main program artist for Roppongi Art Night 2016, and his installations were displayed at three locations—Roppongi Hills Arena, the National Art Center, Tokyo and Tokyo Midtown. Daisy Balloon and plant hunter, Seijin Nishihata, who travels the world in search of rare plants species, collaborated to create a forest in representation of the dawn of culture.

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Date | 10.21 (Fri) – 10.22 (Sat) . 2016
Time | 19:00 – 20:00 (10.21) / 16:00 – 17:00, 19:00 – 20:00 (10.22)
Venue | Roppongi Hills Arena
Address | 6-9-1, Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032
URL | http://www.roppongiartnight.com/2016/programs/2746

Participating Artists | Tokyo ska paradise orchestra, Rie Miyazawa, Tsumura Reijiro, Tokyo Caravan Ensemble, Marihiko Hara, Hideki Noda / Otto Nascarella、Cridemar Aquino、Suellen Tavares Onixegum、Mestre Garrincha / TAKESHI SATO、Takahashigumi / Kanatsuryu Shishiodori、Madam Regine、Rachel D’Amour、Ushiko Matsuzaka、Jasmine、Daisy Balloon http://tokyocaravan.jp/artists

A new cultural movement is brought to life in this concept devised by Hideki Noda in which a diverse group of artists come together to create new forms of expression through cultural exchange. This is the leading project of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics & Paralympics culture program. It all started with Tokyo Caravan in RIO held during the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, which then took form on the other side of the world, namely Miyagi and Fukushima, as Tokyo Caravan in TOKYO, which then fused with the performances from the local workshops to become Tokyo Caravan Prologue 2015 and further evolved into Tokyo Caravan 2016, which was unveiled at Roppongi Art Night.

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Date | 9.27 (Tue) – 10.11 (Tue). 2016
Time | 10:30 – 20:00
Lighting time | 17:00 – 6:00
Venue | ISETAN SHINJUKU
Address | 3-14-1, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Japan.160-0022
URL | https://www.diesel.co.jp/news/diesel/campaign/isetanpopupstore-20160921

Daisy Balloon was in charge of the window displays for Isetan Shinjuku Honten from Sept. 27 (Tuesday) through Oct. 4 (Tuesday).
Titled ITS FOR ISETAN SUPPORTED BY DIESEL, the works spread across a span of 12 windows. Featuring the designs of Yuko Koike, winner of the OTB AWARD, the window pieces were created to mesh with her works and included massive balloon flowers and patterns made of strictly of balloon bears. Our aim was to make a visual connection and create harmony with the materials.

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Date | 7.22 (Fri). 2016
Private viewing | 16:00 – 18:00
Reception party | 20:15 –
Venue | HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO
Address | 7 Aketacho, Higashi-Kujo, Minami-Ku, Kyoto. 601-8044
URL | http://hotel-anteroom.com/

BLACK HOLE: Date | 5. 2016
Daisy Balloon | Kohei Nawa

The recent renovation brings the addition of 67 new rooms with art direction by SANDWICH, featuring the concept of 365 Days Art Fair. This progressive initiative received a wide range of support from world renowned artists to young artists, along with ARTOTHEQUE and Gallery Nomart. There are over 200 art works created by over 70 artists displayed in the guest rooms, public areas and all throughout the hotel. The works can be purchased and they are always kept fresh with the constant cycle of new incoming pieces.
Daisy Balloon’s exhibition is on the first floor [Room No. 164]. In the room are two pieces from the Big Bang series, and in the yard is a piece titled Black Hole, a collaboration between Daisy Balloon and sculptor Kohei Nawa.

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Date | 4.9 (Sat) – 5.8 (Mon). 2016
Time | 12:00 – 19:00
Opening Reception | 4.8 (Fri) 12:00 – 19:00
Venue | HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO GALLERY 9.5
Address | 7 Aketacho, Higashi-Kujo, Minami-Ku, Kyoto. 601-8044
URL | http://hotel-anteroom.com/gallery/1415

Organizer | HOTEL ANTEROOM KYOTO|GALLERY9.5, Support | YAMADA PHOTO PROCESS CO.,LTD, Venue Construction | Kei Murayama, Planning & Organization | Arata Sasaki, Kotoe Seino
Balloon | DAISY BALLOON, Photographer | Satoshi Minakawa, Hair&makeup | Noboru Tomizawa, Stylist | Miki Aizawa, Model | Yuka Kobayashi, Production Support | Maya Shibuya

The theme of this exhibition is that in modern life, we face the problem of not having problems. Today, especially in developed countries, many of us live in contentment—we are guaranteed freedom, equality and human rights. For artists who create, we are burdened with the reality that we rarely experience hardship; in other words, we have the problem of having no problems. This theme is saturated all around us and there seems to be no escape, but if we quiet our breath and contemplate, we see that loneliness appears in the form of an isolated individual. This loneliness, along with tribulation and sadness was once sublimated through the empathy that is rooted in large communities, but we are at risk of losing this sense of community, as individualism has become so valued in our modern world. While there has been much to gain from having to live as individuals, at the same time, loneliness has become mandatory. Have we lost the ability empathize with others and consider them an extension of ourselves in the community? There was only one origin, but like the big bang that expanded the universe, are we destined to scatter away like particles toward even further independence?
Ancient culture and sense of community are still preserved in Kyoto, and it may be one of the few cities that successfully employs the dynamics of a mobile. Mobile refers to a structure in which individual parts are connected in a balanced state, and similarly, Kyoto is made up of individuals who stay connected to form a larger community. This structure is still preserved to this day perhaps because Kyoto promotes the strength of the individual, and so the individuals gives back to the community in return. We hope this exhibition will inspire you to remember the existence of community and to think proactively about what you can do.

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3-Days Flower Shop
Date | 3.19 (Sat) – 3.21 (Mon). 2016
Time | 13:00 – 20:00
Venue | edenworks bedroom
Address | 8-8-2F, Motoyoyogicho Shibuya-ku, Tokyo. 151-0062
URL|http://edenworks.jp/bedroom/

Flower Artist | Megumi Shinozaki (edenworks)
Balloon | DAISY BALLOON
Photographer | Masaki Ogawa

Astral—Dreams in Shape is a collaboration between flower artist, Megumi Shinozaki, of edenworks bedroom and balloon artist, Daisy Balloon. It was displayed over three days from March 19-21, 2016 (Monday/holiday).

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