KeMCo StudI/O

The “KeMCo StudI/O” on the 8th floor was set up as a place to connect the real (analogue) cultural assets with those that exist in digital spaces such as digital archives. With its digitisation facilities (including 3D scanning) and its creation tools (such as 3D printers), the room allows visitors to learn about the relationship between digital and analogue objects through hands-on experience and cross-media creation, in close contact with the museum’s exhibition and collection practices. As a symbolic work for the studio and KeMCo as a whole, a commissioned work FFIGURATI #314 by Oyama Enrico Isamu, a graduate of the Faculty of Environment and Information Studies, has been installed.