Tomokazu Matsuyama Created 5 works of Art in 17 hours, on a single battery charge on his Toshiba lap



Sydneysiders have a rare chance to experience the work of New York Artist Tomokazu Matsuyama. On the 24th and 25th of June visitors to the Museum of Contemporary Art will be able to see #Madein17Hours by Tomokazu Matsuyama with pieces created in just 17 hours, on a single battery charge on Matsuyama’s Toshiba laptop while he flew from Tokyo to Sydney.

I had the priviledge of a sneak preview thanks to Toshiba and truly grateful I had a chance to meet this outstanding artist.

Tomokazu Matsuyama’s eclectic and vibrant art style involves mixing prints, photography and traditional painting techniques with rendering from digital tools to hark back to the imagery of Edo-period woodblock prints and paintings yet produce an exhilaratingly fresh take on modern life today.

I have to say also, Toshiba's latest laptop that is also a tablet is a pretty impressive piece of technology and with a battery life of 17 hours it's almost enough from me to swap from Mac to Toshiba. I even had a little play with the laptop at the viewing and one of the tools that Tomokazu used to make his works of art....I could see that becoming very addictive!

http://www.matzu.net/

www.toshiba.com.au

#MadeIn17Hours

All pics from my iPhone







#Art #Technology

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