SOJI MOCHIZUKI, RYU NAKAGAWA
Shibuya-Kei music, which became popular in the 1990s, had a great influence not only on the music scene but also on many other fields. On the other hand, there is a virtual museum as a kind of archiving method, but the recent development of VR technology has expanded the possibility of immersive experiences in archive space. This opus focuses on the point that a feature of Shibuya-Kei is “the opus of “Cultural information in the past” being edited”, and attempts to re-edit and rebuild this feature as a virtual museum experience for VR.
木村重樹 2003 「アーティストがチョイスした‘ ‘趣味嗜好’ ’ こそが渋谷系?」 『別冊宝島771:フリッパーズ・ギターと「渋谷系の時代」』 宝島社