Tag: TRIART
Takamatsu Media Art Festival 2015



The TRIART project was awarded for a special honorary mention “Hiroyuki Tarumi prize”. We will exhibit a documentary exhibition of the TRIART, specially the project in 2012.



TRIART 2012


http://triart.howeb.org/?page_id=37



The more information is here.
http://www.maf-takamatsu.jp

TRIART 2013 LIVE

The TRIART Project 2013 will be broadcasted on Ustream, on September 15 (6:45am JST -).



Official Page
http://mothertown.tv/channel/36/




TRIART 2013 September 15





Date: September 15, 2013

Place: Sunport Takamatsu in Japan

URL: http://triart.howeb.org/



We will perform the TRIART also this year!



The TRIART in 2013 will provide a perspective to express “now” of all athletes for visitors. TRIART LIVE will show real-time status of all 500 participants such as preparation, start, swim, bike, run, goal and relax, in the visualization. The visualization gives us the dynamic flow of the time in the game of triathlon.







Plus, we will show TRIART LOG also this year. After the game, all athletes can receive a picture roll based log that is visualizing individual events happened around the participant during the game. For example, the log contains automatic tweets generated through the system instead of the athlete, cheers from friends and family, weather info and news info. And the athletes can take it home with one as memory.



The time stamp of all athletes, with information tag, are recorded automatically at each gate in the game. By using this data, the TRIART LIVE provides a real-time collective story to see all status of participants, and the TRIART LOG shows individual stories while they are.

TRIART in the December 2012 issue of LUMINA

The project of TRIART 2012 is featured on the LUMINA magazine. We are planning to conduct the project also in 2013 in Takamatsu!

TRIART on Vimeo!

We uploaded a video of “TRIART” (2012) on Vimeo.

TRIART (2012) from h.o (hdoto) on Vimeo.

TRIART is an experimental art project to realize new expression by combining Triathlon and Art. This TRIART was conducted in Sunport Takamatsu Triathlon 2012. (http://triart.howeb.org/)

In this project, we realized both TRIART LOG and TRIART INSTALLATION. The TRIART LOG expresses individual stories of participants, by printed picture roll expressing a story while they were in the game. On the other hand, the TRIART INSTALLATION expresses a collective art to express a moment when the first athlete reached to the goal. In this installation, it expresses all positions as if a gathering photograph from above.

More info
TRIART Project

TRIART LIVE


Video streaming by Ustream

The TRIART will be streamed by Ustream on September 16, from 8:30am in Japan.

TRIART TALK






SPORTxART TRIART TALK

In this talk event, the participants will discuss the trial of “TRIART” which is an experimental art project based on triathlon.



September 16, 2012, 17:00-18:00

Marugame machi Green Keyaki Square (Takamatsu shi Marugamemachi 7-16)





Presenteters:

  • TRIART Artist: Hideaki Ogawa (h.o)
  • Marugame city Inokuma Genichiro Contemporary ARt Museum Curator: Koichi Nakata
  • Sunport Takamatsu Triathlon Producer: Tomoko Umeda




  • About TRIART

    Triathlon x Art. TRIART is a new form of collaboration between artist and athlete. This project is realized by artist group, h.o, through a commissioned project by Takamatsu Triathlon and SPIRAL (Wacol Art Center). In this project, h.o will create new pieces of TRIART LOG and TRIART INSTALLATION.




    Contact

    Sunport Takamatsu Triathlon

    Tel 050-8882-5252

    mail info@tritakamatsu.jp

    TRIART web triart.howeb.org





    Produced by SPIRAL

    Supported by THE NORTH FACE

    TRIART TRAILER on Vimeo

    We uploaded a video for TRIART TRAILER (2012).

    TRIART Trainer (2012) from h.o(hdoto) on Vimeo.



    TRIART is an experimental project to realize new expression by combining Triathlon and Art. This TRIART is the first project planning to conduct in Sunport Takamatsu Triathlon 2012. This project is schedule on 16th of September 2012, in Takamatsu Japan.