梅田 哲也Tetsuya Umeda梅田哲也

Tetsuya Umeda

Tetsuya Umeda

梅田 哲也 迷信の科学 2009年 
展覧会風景:オオタファインアーツ、東京、2009年
Tetsuya Umeda Science of Superstition 2009
Exhibition view: Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo, 2009
Tetsuya Umeda Science of Superstition 2009
Exhibition view: Ota Fine Arts, Tokyo, 2009
梅田哲也は 1980年熊本生まれ、大阪を拠点に活動中。環境、建築、音や光、人々のふるまいなど、彼の作品の素材は多岐に渡ります。国内外で活動を展開する梅田は、日常にあるものからインスタレーションを再構築し、みる者をインタラクティブなパフォーマンスへと引き込みます。また、自作した楽器を用いて、他の音楽家たちともコラボレーションしています。
近年の主な個展に、「クリテリオム」(2008年、水戸芸術館)、「大きなことを小さくみせる」(2011年、神戸アートビレッジセンター)などが挙げられます。また主なグループ展では、「あいちトリエンナーレ2010」(二葉ビル、名古屋)、「Double Vision: Contempoary Art From Japan」(2012年、モスクワ市近代美術館)などにも参加し、近年では「十和田奥入瀬芸術祭」(2013年)でも注目を集めました。
Born in Kumamoto, Japan in 1980, Umeda Tetsuya studied in Osaka, where he is based today. From capturing environments, architectural structures, sound, light and human behaviour, the source of his work ranges widely. Working actively both in and outside of Japan, Umeda remodels installations out of daily products, engages viewers with his interactive performance pieces, and collaborates with musicians using his own originally produced implements. He has held a number of significant solo exhibitions including "Criterium 73: Tetsuya Umeda", Contemporary Art Gallery, Art Tower Mito, Mito (2008), and "Exhibition as media 2011: Tetsuya Umeda", Kobe Art Village Center, Kobe (2011). Umeda has also participated in the "1st Aichi Triennale 2010: Arts and Cities", Nagoya (2010); "Double Vision: Contemporary Art From Japan", Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow / Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa (2012); and is recently featured at the "Towada Oirase Art Festival 2013", Towada. Born in Kumamoto, Japan in 1980, Umeda Tetsuya studied in Osaka, where he is based today. From capturing environments, architectural structures, sound, light and human behaviour, the source of his work ranges widely. Working actively both in and outside of Japan, Umeda remodels installations out of daily products, engages viewers with his interactive performance pieces, and collaborates with musicians using his own originally produced implements. He has held a number of significant solo exhibitions including "Criterium 73: Tetsuya Umeda", Contemporary Art Gallery, Art Tower Mito, Mito (2008), and "Exhibition as media 2011: Tetsuya Umeda", Kobe Art Village Center, Kobe (2011). Umeda has also participated in the "1st Aichi Triennale 2010: Arts and Cities", Nagoya (2010); "Double Vision: Contemporary Art From Japan", Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow / Haifa Museum of Art, Haifa (2012); and is recently featured at the "Towada Oirase Art Festival 2013", Towada.