Art collaboration between Oliver Payne and Ultraman

An art collaboration between British artist Oliver Payne and Ultraman has been realized.
Exhibition and sales will be held at COMMON BASE and NANZUKA 2G from Friday, October 14th.
After creating an analog collage using Ultraman materials, Payne attempted to create a work using an analog-to-digital method of finishing with graphic software.
This work, which reconstructs Ultraman, which everyone in Japan knows, with Pain's sense, makes us feel like we are looking at a parallel world line different from the Ultraman we have seen.
In addition to artworks, merchandise such as T-shirts, hoodies, cushions, etc. will also be available. (at COMMON BASE online store)
Following this exhibition, Payne himself will be visiting Japan for his solo exhibition "CHUNKADELIC (Disc 1)/(Disc 2)", which will be held at NANZUKA 2G and 3110NZ by LDH kitchen, and will visit multiple venues irregularly. is.
Please take this opportunity to have a look.

■Oliver Payne | Ultraman Works/Product Contents [Work Contents]
2 pieces of neo-silk canvas [Product details]
Short-sleeved T-shirt: (6 types) 7,700 yen each Long-sleeved T-shirt: (2 types, 2 colors) 8,800 yen each Sweat hoodie: 15,400 yen Cushion: (3 types) 6,600 yen each *All prices include tax

■ Exhibition overview Venue: COMMON BASE / Jingumae UP Building 2F, 6-23-6 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Date: October 14, 2022 (Friday) - October 16, 2022 (Sunday)
Time: 12:00-19:00 (17:00-20:00 only on 10/14 (Friday))
Online sales: 10/14 (Friday) from 21:00
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Venue: NANZUKA 2G / Shibuya PARCO 2F, 15-1 Udagawacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Date: October 14, 2022 (Friday) to November 13, 2022 (Sunday) (planned)
Time: 11:00-20:00

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■Oliver Payne After graduating from the Faculty of Arts, Kingston University in England, since the late 1990s he has been presenting video works and installation works based on street culture with Nick Relf. In 2003, he won the Golden Lion Award, the highest award in the young artist category at the 50th Venice Biennale, and has attracted attention by holding solo exhibitions overseas. Since 2009, he has turned to a solo artist and continues to create works based on subcultures such as video games and punk rock.
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