First held in The Hague, Netherlands in 2005, the multidisciplinary TodaysArt festival returns for its second Japan edition with an extended programme focused on cutting-edge visual and performance art, design, architecture, futuristic technology and fresh music. The first lineup details were released the other day – attendees can look forward to a performance by veteran composer Morton Subotnick, who at 82 continues to create the kind of electronic tunes that formed the basis for modern techno. He'll be appearing together with Berlin-based media artist Lillevan, while the up-and-coming Nonotak art unit (Noemi Schipfer and Takami Nakamoto) will also be putting on a show. Check out the full details on the official website.
We recently interviewed the festival director Olof van Winden to find out more about how this event seeks to push boundaries in Tokyo and cities around the world. Read the article here.