Ryotaro Muramatsu’s “DANDELION” on display in Singapore’s futuristic botanical garden
As a related project to the new artwork “Breath / Bless Project” by Ryotaro Muramatsu / NAKED, his installation work “Dandelion” will be exhibited at Gardens by the Bay, a futuristic botanical garden in a national park in Singapore, for a limited time starting this fall.
In conjunction with the exhibition, a virtual tour, accessible from all over the world, will be online at the same time.
Prayers for world peace spread like dandelion fluff on a floral art installation.
“Dandelion” is an installation work in which dandelions are covered with fluff that dances when you blow on them.
The Breath / Bless Project is a worldwide project of art that starts with “Dandelion,” which has been installed in various locations around the world, and connects prayers for peace through a network.
We are pleased to announce that “Dandelion” will be exhibited at Gardens by the Bay for a limited time in support of this art.
As a return for crowdfunding, the right to participate in virtual tours is also available.
Crowdfunding for supporters of the “Breath / Bless Project” is being held on CAMPFIRE until October 24.
As a return gift to eligible crowdfunding supporters, we are also offering the right to participate in an exclusive virtual trip tour to enjoy “Dandelion” installed at “Gardens by the Bay”.
A new tourism experience utilizing “2wayViewer” is now available while in Japan. The limited edition virtual trip tour will begin with a 360-degree video of the Singapore cityscape, followed by a tour of various locations within “Gardens by the Bay” and “Dandelion”.
Outline of the work
Title：”Breath / Bless Project
Artist Name：Ryotaro Muramatsu / NAKED
Presentation Period： From early November 2020
Planned locations for “Dandelion” installation：Shibuya Station area and Tokyo Tower, Tokyo,Mezza (Moomin Valley Park and Mezza Village), SaitamaGardens by the Bay, Singapore, etc.
Official website of the Breath / Bless Project：https://breathbless.com/
*This work will not use the actual act of blowing as a COVID-19 measure. It will introduce an experiential design that allows people to approach the object and react interactively.
Opening period:：Thursday, September 10, 2020 to Saturday, October 24, 2020, 23:59
Ryotaro Muramatsu / NAKED
Shibuya-ku Tokyo 1510062 / Japan