Enter the Dream State, a setting temporarily separated from other realities through sound and vision.
Saturday, July 31, 7:00PM - midnight
Using projected light, the environment stimulates the eye and the movements of others affect your experience in this shared environment. The music is unlike anything you have heard. Is it from the distant future or distorted echoes of past dreams?
Enjoy a comfortable seat, relax with a beverage, and ponder, while among others lost and found in the Dream State.
Bring your Eventbrite confirmation email (via printout or mobile device) to check in.
Check out this new ambient and electronica DJ mix created by Rennie Foster specifically for Dream State. This mix includes two pieces by The Passenger who will be performing live at the event with visuals by Genki Nishida and art by Taka Sudo.
Before returning to Canada in 2011, Rennie was one of Japan’s top rated club DJs with residencies in Tokyo, Kyoto, and Shizuoka, as well as playing extensively in venues across Japan. Rennie has DJed in nearly all of Tokyo’s celebrated club venues as well as in performances in New York, Paris, and across Canada. Rennie is a current resident at Vancouver’s leading after-hours club and runs his own signature RF record label.
Known for providing otherworldly and artistic projected visuals that he creates with original content, Genki has performed at festivals and events of all kinds from extensive experience in Tokyo super clubs to visually backing up the best electronic music artists in the world at venues in New York, London, Sydney, Vancouver and worldwide. He will be creating the visual environment of Dream State with moving images, light, and multiple artistic projections.
Jesse Creed, also known as The Passenger, is an electronic music artist specializing in using rare and vintage equipment to create melancholic electronica. Jesse has released many titles from cryptic cassette tapes of deep drones, ambient masterpieces on vinyl, to current and modern club tracks. He will perform original ambient works using his one of a kind modular synthesizer system at approx. 9:00 pm.
Born and raised in Tokyo, now living in Canada, Taka has advanced his unique and edgy works into several international exhibitions. As a participant in Vancouver’s celebrated Mural Festival, his bright and layered designs caught the eyes of many onlookers. Taka has shown his work in L.A., New York, Toronto, Montreal, and elsewhere. Taka will be in attendance to sign limited edition posters of this event.
All proceeds to Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre
This event is hosted in our large Events Hall and follows public health guidelines.