Ryoichi Kurokawa (JP) is an audiovisual artist living in Osaka. His work takes on multiple forms: projections, recordings, installation and live performance. He composes time-based sculptures with digital generated materials and field recording in which minimalism and complexity coexist. He treats sound and imagery as a unit, not separately. He constructs exquisite, precise computer-based works with his audiovisual language that shortens the distance between sound and visual composition.
Born in 1978 in Osaka, Japan Ryoichi Kurokawa started creating video and sound works in 1999. He presents his audiovisual work, installations, and projections in various art, music and film festivals. He also performs live and released a number of cd’s and dvd’s. He created live-visuals for musicians such as Human Audio Sponge. Kurokawa was invited to numerous international festivals and museums in Europe, the USA and Asia.