Forum franco-japonais : Signature de la vie : arts et robotique

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The essential difference between the human and a thing is a sign, namely a signature of life. Think about the case where two mutually unknown men are in an elevator in silence, and the case where you are alone in an elevator with an ashtray pedestal. The tense atmosphere is not really due to physical change, but exists inside of the observer and the observed. A sign naturally exists only between the lives. A sculptor says that he represents the inside of man, and changes the atmosphere of the space. An interactive artist creates a sign by providing a thing with motion in order to distort and fluctuate the space. An actor represents the noble mind by a minimum motion and the rise and fall of emotion by a momentary motion. How closely can the relationship of signs between the human and an artefact come to the relationship of signs between the humans? In an elevator with a robot, can you be as peaceful as you are with an ashtray pedestral? Creating signs of robot in the future society with robot companions, would it be a domain of the arts or technology?

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Organisation: Programme d’études supérieures des leaders créatifs globaux en technologies de la communication et de l’information de l’Université de Tokyo et l’Institut français du Japon / Ambassade de France au Japon. Dans le cadre du Festival Digital Choc
Partenaire officiel: Veolia Japon

GCLVeoliaDigital Choc
03
20
  • 2017-03-20 - 2017-03-20
  • 14:00 - 17:00
  • Entrée libre / Inscription jusqu'au midi le 16 mars 2017 (le nombre de places étant limité, l'inscription est recommandée.)
  • Interprétation simultanée français-japonais
  • Takeda Hall, Campus de Hongo, Université de Tokyo
    〒 113-0032
    2-11-16 Yayoi Bunkyo-ku Tokyo

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