TOPNewsCollaborating with The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT) Exhibition Project : "Cherish, your imagination"


July 17, 2020

Collaborating with The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT)
Exhibition Project : "Cherish, your imagination"

MinebeaMitsumi Inc. will be collaborating with The Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (MOT) on Special Exhibition "Cherish, your imagination,"
Total 5 sets of SALIOT model MS-V6B and MS-V7 will be lighting up the exhibition area for Mr. Hiroyuki Moriwaki.
A unique tracking feature, which MS-V6, and MS-V7 are equipped will be following a moving object, full color feature will enhance your experience on Outer Space theme.
SALIOT will broaden the expression of each and every aspect of the exhibit.
We look forward for your unique experience with SALIOT.

General Information

Dates Saturday, July 18 – Sunday, September 27, 2020
Hours 10:00-18:00 (Last entry 30 minutes before closing)
Closed Mondays (Except for Monday, August 10 and September 21), August 11 and September 23.
Admission Adults: 1300 yen
University students: 1000 yen
High school and junior high students: 800yen
Elementary school students and under: Free
Venue Exhibition Gallery 3F
Organized by Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo operated by Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture
Co-organized by NHK Enterprises, Inc.
Special support by MADD. Committee / ASTRODESIGN,Inc.
Equipment cooperation by SHARP CORPORATION / Canon Marketing Japan Inc.
Cooperated by The Japan Foundation of Public Communication on Science and Technology (PCOST) / "One for Every Household: Diagram of Our Universe" Production Committee / Nissha Foundation for Printing Culture and Technology / Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) / Video Research Ltd. / MinebeaMitsumi Inc. / AMUSE INC. / HIP LAND MUSIC CORPORATION INC.

Sanctioned Event of the 23rd Japan Media Arts Festival

  • Photo by TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA Inc.

    Tokujin Yoshioka, ROSE, 2013
    Collection: MOT
    Photo by TOKUJIN YOSHIOKA Inc.

  • Photo by Ichiro Otani

    Kohei Nawa, PixCell-Bambi #10, 2014
    Collection: MOT
    Photo by Ichiro Otani

© Hiroyuki Moriwaki

Hiroyuki Moriwaki, TOKIHANA, 2010
© Hiroyuki Moriwaki