Based on corporate vision "Enriching people's lives", Nissan is holding events to contribute on developing a creative and sustainable society.
Nissan Art Award 2020 Grand Prix winner Han Ishu’s artwork will be exhibited at Nissan Crossing from January 23rd – May 7th.
This exhibition is titled The unknown of being alone, guides audiences to recollect the desire to connect with others under the restrictions of COVID-19 situation, and physical gaps that cannot be filled in this digitalized world we live in today.
The video installation played in 2nd floor café can be viewed during the opening hours, and the video installation played on 2nd floor virtual façade can be viewed at night after closing.
| The thinker floats on Sea
4 Channels on loop
Exhibited during opening
hours at 2F CROSSING
25’21” on loop
Exhibited during night
after closing at 2F
window virtual facade
Nissan Art Award Collection artworks will be exhibited at Nissan Gallery from August 24th – October 4th.
Relating to Nissan Art Award 2020 held in Nissan Pavilion until September 22nd, artworks from past finalists of Nissan Art Award 2015 and 2017 will be exhibited.
Please come visit Nissan Gallery as well as Nissan Pavilion in this opportunity.
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Yuko Mohri (Nissan Art Award 2015 Grand Prix）
Wood, hose, bucket, wheel, pump, acrylic resin, etc.
2725 x 1758 x 500 mm
| End Game
Yuichiro Tamura (Nissan Art Award 2017 Finalist）
Video / Corinthian capital (Aluminum)
13’29”/ 1350 x 800 x 600 mm
Nissan Motor Co., Inc. is opening Nissan Pavilion, an interactive venue in Yokohama, where people can experience the company’s products, technology and vision for the future of mobility.
During the opening period of August 1-October 23, 2020, collections from Tohoku University of Art and Design will be displayed in the Nissan Pavilion garden as part of Nissan Art Award goal to creating a social environment where people familiarize themselves with art.
Please come visit Nissan Pavilion during this chance.
2016 Stone 60x100x60
“Stones, which are part of earth, contains immense years and months which is immeasurable to humans. By sculpturing those stones and giving them a new shape, I wanted to express the slow changes of nature.”
2013 Stone 150x140x90
“It is said that 1/3 of a human life is dedicated to sleep. I praise and love futon that we spend long hours together and supports our daily lives.”
Nissan Motor Co.Inc., is participating in “Future and the Arts: AI, Robotics, Cities, Life- How Humanity Will Live Tomorrow” at Mori Art Museum from November 19, 2019 – March 29, 2020.
Nissan is exhibiting “Invisible to Visible – Future of Autonomous Drive-”, an installation artwork which audiences can take part in. This exhibition shows the future with autonomous driving, allowing people in a different place to ride into a car through virtual reality, and share the same driving experience with the driver.
Please come visit to experience the future of driving made possible with Nissan Intelligent Mobility.
Invisible-to-Visible, or I2V, is Nissan’s vision for a vehicle that helps drivers by merging both real and virtual worlds, creating the ultimate connected-car experience. You'll feel more connected too – guidance can be given by avatars that appear inside the car, letting the driver interact in a friendly, human way.
Imagine a whole new driving experience, moving through life with greater confidence, excitement and connection to the world around you. This is Nissan Intelligent Mobility, and it’s already a reality in Nissans you can drive today – in cars that park themselves, watch what’s happening around you, and step in to keep you out of trouble. Now imagine a near future with cars that can actually learn from one another and EVs that recharge as they drive along, no strings attached. Nissan Intelligent Mobility is making all this, and more, part of a bold, bright tomorrow.