Contributes Octfalls, a digital audio-visual work
that consists of eight lcd screens an attendant
speakers suspended from the ceiling of the
Arsenale, arranged in an octagonal three-
dimensional configuration. Oscillating footage of
waterfalls and digital distortion whirls around the
viewer with sound – producing a hallucinatory
effect. It is, in the artist’s words, a digital
Japanese Garden – a space to contemplate the
flow of time. Kurokawa was born in Osaka, Japan
(1978). He lives and works in Berlin.