Forever Fornever: Tokyo Window Sessions

Forever Fornever: Tokyo Window Sessions

In September 2016 I traveled to Japan to observe media art and digital culture in Tokyo. While conducting research and curatorial activities - during residencies at Tokyo Wonder Site and 3331 Arts Chiyoda -  I created a web-based project entitled Tokyo Window Sessions. The ongoing project features essays, artist interviews, an exhibition, and an archive of my personal experiences in Tokyo. The intention of these activities was to form a better link between media art communities in the U.S. and Japan. Both countries, despite an affinity for new technologies and contemporary art, remain surprisingly disconnected in discourse specifically related to media art.

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Daniel John$on: It's All Strange

Daniel John$on: It's All Strange

Daniel AnTon Johnson, born and raised in Delaware, is a photographer whose work develops from an interest in the effect of technology and popular culture on authorship and representation. Residing in Brooklyn, he works in the commercial photo and video industry while volunteering his time working in different education related projects and mentoring young artists of color. 

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Hiroshi Sugimoto: Lost Human Genetic Archive

Hiroshi Sugimoto: Lost Human Genetic Archive

Hiroshi Sugimoto is an artist, based in New York since the 1970s, who uses a large-format camera to produce minutely detailed photographic series, such as his ‘Dioramas’, ‘Theaters’, ‘Seascapes’, etc., for which he has received international acclaim. The exhibition features several series, including the first Japanese showing of his ‘Lost Human Genetic Archive'.

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