ART 360° (ART THREE SIXTY) is a project that archives exhibitions in 360° videos and distribute them globally. By creating an environment where we can preserve and reproduce the experience of an exhibition, we will realize a future where anyone can look back on the footprints of art beyond time and distance.
Make art experiences shareable and free from physical limitations.
art experiences to future audience.
Expand and diversify audience through new ways of seeing art.
The exhibitions that ART360° records are chosen by a panel of experts.
The experts are selected from various fields in the area of contemporary art.
By re-selecting them for each specific period of time, it practices selecting exhibitions in a public way.
Artist / Curator /Kurashiki University of Science and the Arts
Professor of Osaka Electro-Communication University / Art producer
Associate Professor of Hiroshima City University Faculty of International Studies / Visiting researcher of Archival Research Center
Journalist / Art Producer / 'REAL KYOTO' Chief Editor and Publisher
ART360° is a project ran by Nishieda Foundation, a non-profit organization based in Kyoto, Japan.
Actual Inc. is entrusted to perform the project by associating with a collective of designers, curators and artists.
Chief Director / Actual Inc. CEO
Exhibition Director / Artist / kumagusuku representative
Media Curator / Tadahon-ya representative
ART360° / Actual Inc. Technical Manager
Project Manager / Office Park Co.,Ltd.
Those who create culture
Records that create people
The exhibition archive project ART360°satellite media known as ‘+5（plus five）’ is “interactive storage media”. The act of storage is often considered to be a passive effort of formally preserving organized information. However, it is in essence a highly active effort. There is a creative choice in the decision of what to preserve from among a multitude of information, and this decision is guided by dialogue with the subject. +5 is exploring the ideal way of recording through the following three art programs.
Interviews are conducted on ‘art neighbors’ (talented people who act as intermediaries between art and society) and the culture they create, so as to further our research. The details are then published as articles.
[Art Appreciation Dialogue Program]
We host an art appreciation dialogue program (an ‘Exhibition Watch’), which aims to facilitate dialogue with the digital archive stored by ART360°
We conduct an internship program (known as ‘ART IN TURN’) for training the next generation of ‘art neighbors’.
ART360°archives the undertaking known as ‘art’ in a spatiotemporal manner. Beside them, +5 considers the activities of <those who create culture>, which will not be preserved if they are not intentionally stored, and the <records that create people> who live through engaging in dialogue.
For further details, see : https://p5.art360.place/