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Tomoki Uematsu

Artist / Creative director, Peter Schmidt Group Tokyo in Tokyo

Personal Surrealism

PRESENTED ON SEP 11, 2019
IN TOKYO @ VOL 166

Visual Artist and Creative Director at Peter Schmidt Group, Tomoki Uematsu offers some elucidating thoughts on how he utilizes the right and left sides of his brain and his subconscious emotions in the creative processes for both his personal artworks and for his company's clients. He'll share how his left brain quantifies subconscious feelings to deliver in the field of Employer Branding, and how, through his meditation practice and qigong experiences, his right brain drives intuitive creation.

ぺーター・シュミット・グループのビジュアル・アーティスト兼クリエイティブ・ディレクターの上松智樹は、彼の個人的なアートワークとクライアントの両方の創造プロセスで潜在意識の感情を右脳と左脳でどのように活用するかについての説明をします。 彼は、左脳が潜在意識をどのように定量化して雇用主ブランディングの分野で提供するか、そして瞑想の実践と気功の経験を通して右脳が直感的な創造を推進する方法を共有します

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