Mirror Baller, an art group that weaves colorful “light”, will hold its first large-scale indoor solo exhibition in Osaka at Shinsaibashi Parco in Osaka!

“PLANET OF MIRRORBOWLER by ELEMENTS”, the first large-scale indoor solo exhibition by “MirrorBowler”, an installation art group that “spins light”, will be held at Parco Event Hall, 14th floor, Shinsaibashi, Osaka The exhibition will be held at Parco Event Hall on the 14th floor of Parco, Shinsaibashi, Osaka from December 19 (Sun), 2021 to February 13 (Sun), 2022.

Installation art group “Mirror Baller”.

Mirror Baller” is an installation art group that started its activities in 2000. Their works are characterized by the use of colorful “light” and reflections, including dynamic objects that emit vivid light and mirror balls.

The artists involved in “Mirror Baller” come from a wide range of genres, including graphic designers, photographers, lighting engineers, steel artists, driftwood artists, flower arrangers, origami artists, and craftsmen. What they all have in common is that they “love Japanese culture and nature, and value the inspiration they get from it. They aim to create creations that directly touch people’s hearts.

He has been involved in a variety of creative projects ranging from lighting events such as illuminations, rock festivals, fashion shows, CD jackets, sets for movies and music videos, world heritage castles, temples and shrines, parks, and commercial spaces. For example, the Kasuga Taisha Shrine and the Meiji Shrine. For example, he has created works for events at Kasuga Taisha Shrine, Meiji Shrine, Himeji Castle, Rock in Japan Festival, and Fuji Rock Festival.

Five giant artworks will appear at the venue.

In his first large-scale indoor solo exhibition, “Mirror Baller: A Journey to the Stars,” he presented five giant artworks under the theme of “creating things that do not exist anywhere, that do not have proper nouns, that will never be seen the same moment twice, and that will never look the same to anyone. The entire venue was produced. The entire venue was produced and the huge artworks were displayed throughout the space. You can enjoy the fantastic world of countless lights.

There will also be workshops for making artworks.

In addition, during the exhibition period, a workshop will be held by the artist who created the work. You will be able to make your own “lampshade” by hand using a holographic origami kit. There will also be an art workshop where you can make your own palm-sized alien using wool felt.



【Event Period】 Dec. 19 (Sun), 2021 – Feb 13 (Sun), 2022
【Place】 Shinsaibashi Parco 14F Parco Event Hall
【Address】 1-8-3 Shinsaibashisuji, Chuo-ku, Osaka City, Osaka
【Closed Day】 Jan 1 (Sat), 2022
【Hour】 11:00 – 20:00 *However, the time may be extended back and forth.

*The number of visitors is limited. *The number of visitors is limited.
*The latest information will be announced on the official Shinsaibashi Parco website.
*Last admission is 30 minutes before closing time.
*13:00-20:00 on Monday, December 20.
*11:00-17:00 on December 31 (Fri.) and February 13 (Sun.)

【Admission Fee】
-Advance Tickets-
Date and Time Reserved Ticket (admission before 5:00 p.m.): Adult 1,200 yen, Child 800 yen
After 5pm tickets (available from 5pm onwards): 1,100 yen for adults, 700 yen for children
Tickets will be available at e-plus and Lawson Ticket from November 19 (Fri.).

-Same-day ticket- *When crowded, there may be a wait for admission.
Same-day ticket (admission before 17:00): 1,200 yen for adults / 800 yen for children
Same-day ticket for after 5pm (admission from 5pm): Adult 1,100yen / Child 700yen
Pair day ticket for weekdays only *On sale only on weekdays other than Monday, January 3.
General 2 people 2,000 yen / General 1 person & Child 1 person 1,600 yen
*It will end as soon as the maximum number of tickets is reached on a first-come, first-served basis.