Fluidic Painting is a novel form of time-based painting where paint and support, traditionally regarded as mere materials, become actors. We design its temporal expression by harnessing natural phenomena that arise between liquid and solid, and spatially embedding the probabilities of specific occurrences within the support structure. However, it is the paint and support themselves that manifest it, as they interact with the environmental conditions, performing before our very eyes.
Tomomi Nitta (JP)
Tomomi Nitta is a painter/researcher and engages with new approaches to pictorial expression through materiality.
Yahui Lyu (CN)
Yahui Lyu is an artist/researcher who explores innovative form making approaches.
Yasuaki Kakehi (JP)
Yasuaki Kakehi is an artist/researcher/professor at The University of Tokyo, whose artworks integrate digital and physical elements to present alternative ways of experiencing environments and objects.