Minoru Hatanaka

Born in 1968, Minoru Hatanaka is the chief curator at the NTT InterCommunication Center (ICC). He graduated from Tama Art University with a degree in Fine Arts. He’s been involved with the ICC before its establishment in 1996. He’s curated many exhibitions such as "Sound Art – Sound as Media" (2000), "Sounding Space" (2003), "silent dialogue" (2007), “Vibrations of Entities” (2010), “ART + COM/Rhizomatiks Research” (2017), and “Ryuichi Sakamoto with Shiro Takatani | Installation Music 2 IS YOUR TIME” (2017). He’s also worked on solo exhibitions for artists like Dumb Type, Maywa Denki, Laurie Anderson, Kazuhiko Hachiya, Rhizomatiks, Arata Isozaki, Yoshihide Otomo, and John Wood and Paul Harrison. He’s the co-editor, alongside Akihiro Kubota, of Media Art Genron (Film Art, 2018).