Japanese director Show Yanagisawa began his creative career as an oil painter and live graffiti artist. He directed remarkable films such as High School Girl, PlayStation’s Gravity Cat, and most recently, The King of Fighters, gaining international attention and collecting the most prestigious accolades. Besides his commercial work, Show also creates music videos, short and long form films with his very distinctive footprint. Join this live conversation as he goes through his work, explains his approach to craft, and discusses the present and future of Japanese creativity.
How AI will impact our work (and life) is a question that is on everyone’s mind. Should we consider it a threat to creativity? Or is it a valuable tool that empowers artists and creatives? Barry Greaves, Executive Creative Director at The Mill Shanghai, will dive into the matter and discuss the various ways AI can optimize workflows, empower creativity and shape the future of content creation, using real-life examples.
The Glue Society’s work and set-up is impossible to define. The closest anyone has come to explaining what they collectively do is Creativity Magazine – who called them the “experts at things which haven’t been done before”. But this talk aims to reveal a hidden thread in their work. That sets them and their work apart. By elevating the viewer in the creative equation, their work connects like no other. Whether it’s art, experiential, film, sculpture or whatever else they are up to, the audience is left in no doubt that it is being invited to participate in something excitingly new. Join Luke Nuto, Creative Partner of The Glue Society as he shares the secrets behind magic.
Join our Official After Party, brought to you by Black Cat/White Cat, Toboggan and Toshihiko Tanabe. The event will be hosted at Studio Freedom, 150-0043, Fontis Build. 2F, 2-23-12 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku.