Curated by Stefan Riekeles, this exhibition traces the architectural world-building process of Japan’s most influential animated science fiction films.
From location photographs and concept sketches in detailed pencil drawings, through to final expression as anime cells in full colour, Anime Architecture reveals some of the intricate creative processes behind iconic Japanese animated films Patlabor: the Movie, Osamu Tezuka’s Metropolis, Ghost in the Shell and Ghost in the Shell 2: Innocence.
The collection of works are by Hiromasa Ogura, Takashi Watabe, Haruhiko Higami, Mamoru Oshii and Atsushi Takeuchi.
Fridays, 10am to 6pm
Saturdays, 10am to 3pm
Saturday 2 June to Saturday 11 August 2018
Except Queen's Birthday and Monday 16 July
Exhibition officially opens 1 June, 6.30pm. The gallery will be closed in the hours prior.
- Mobility access