Seeing a local artist perform live can be an inspiring moment that connects you to their music and performance beyond the track. As a production company, we want to bring our community into the process of what goes on behind the scenes of a full on video shoot. So instead of the usual live performance, set up the exhibition venue as a full music video stage complete with lights, props, and interactive elements. That way our guest become part of the experience and see beyond the final product.
At a Keijiban event, you'll find that our creators like blurring the lines between what a collaboration looks like. Whether its mashing up jewelry with a skateboard brand, or figuring out how to match projection mapping with traditional hand-drawn art, you'll find that every corner has an interesting conversation waiting to be discovered.
As creators we are naturally curious and oddly obsessed. That means at any Keijiban you're likely to see something that you might have thought was extinct. Tokyo attracts some of the rarest talent seeking a new take on their craftsmanship and to discover a new audience for pushing them into new territory.