梅沢篤さんは、 国内外において広告をはじめとするヴィジュアルマテリアルの制作、 幅広いジャンルのミュージシャンのCDジャケットや映像のほか、エディトリアルなどのアートディレクション・デザインを行っています。 同時に、二子玉川ビエンナーレの主催、保育児童と行うアートプロジェクトなど、 デザインを通じた豊かなコミュニケーションの形を作り出すことを目指しています。プレゼンテーションでは、アートをもっと身近なものにという思いから始まった、 今年で３回目を迎える二子玉川ビエンナーレが街に広がっていく過程を含めた様々な内容をお話します。
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