Born in 1982. She produces video works and graphics, seeking forms of expression that cause the unique characteristics of image-based media to become apparent. Her video work "Fog, off the ground" that used negative film has been presented at the up-and-coming International Film Festival (Germany 2007), MEDIA EXPLORER 2007 (Skip City) and other events.
ART AWARD TOKYO 2008
(Gyoko-dori underground gallery ／ 2008)
journey ver.2.20 ~"ke-shiki" as record
Gokuraku Brothers is a group formed by fine artist Noriaki Ogasawara, plastics artist Susumu Hakumae, and video artist Masakazu Saito. They began working in 2001, and since have produced works using any and all techniques available involving video, sounds, space and so forth. Their main works include "Seeking Ways to RAKUDO" (Ogaki Biennale 2004) and "video drawing" (YEBISU ART LABO 2007) amongst others.
A'07 (Gallery YADA ／ 2007)
Solo exhibition（ YEBISU ART LABO／ 2007）
Shadow of Movement about Toru IWASHITA
Born in 1976. He produces video works that seek out the diverse potential for wielding the medium with the use of digital technology, including automated editing software. He has presented within Japan and overseas at film festivals and exhibitions such as Media Forum (2006) and next: New Generation of Media Artists (2004). He is currently an Assistant Professor at the Institute for Advanced Media Arts and Sciences (IAMAS).
Sound & Vision Vol.3 "Reflect" (Yokohama ZAIM ／ 2008)
ASIAN HOT SHOTS BERLIN (JET ／ Germany ／ 2009)
Courtesy of Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media [YCAM]
Depth of the Field -Processing Photography Blink Series
Born in 1981. He presents his work in the context of the popularization of generation, editing, and browsing of digital photography with computers. He also continues to shuttle between study and experiment in media technology. The main exhibitions he has participated in include minimum interface (YCAM 2008-2009) and YOKOYAMA EIZONE 2008.
（Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media ／ 2008）
Born in 1978. Following a stint as an archivist researcher at Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media InterLab, he has been producing works that revolve around photography, using diverse image media including both still and moving pictures. His work "sight seeing spot" won the ART AWARD TOKYO 2007 Special Prize, and was selected as a Japan Media Arts Festival Jury Recommended Work. Currently He is an Assistant Professor at the International Academy of Media Arts and Sciences (IAMAS).
OGAKI Biennale 2008 （Ogaki city ／ 2008）
sound and vision vol.3 2008 （Yokohama ZAIM ／ 2008）
en -digital tableau-
Born in 1979 and is a video artist. He conducts research into the possibilities of animation artwork in high resolution environments. His most notable work is "KASHIKOKIMONO". Hayakawa has received prizes, held solo exhibitions, participated in screenings, and done collaborations both within Japan and overseas, including ARS ELECTRONICA 2005. In 2008 he presented the first 4K (3840x2160 pixel) drawing animation work, "Jinkaishu", in the world.
Solo exhibition「 Asian Animism and Animation」
(The Japan Foundation, Bangkok ／ Thailand ／ 2008)
The silhouette of a shadow (Animated Anamorphose)
Born in 1984. Focusing his attention on the relationship between live-action and CG, he has produced numerous narrative video works by merging these two media. His characteristic works, composed with a nested structure, have been presented using multi-projection techniques numerous times. Currently he is conducting production of and research into video expression using illusions that revolve around the relationship of real space and CG technology.
ICAF 2008 (THE NATIONAL ART CENTER, TOKYO ／ 2008)
※recieved Gold prize
Born in 1983. As a member of the ArchiBIMIng camera group, he has presented works dealing with a wide array of photographic and image media, spanning from mobile photo messaging to HD video. In 2008 he supervised the filming and editing of the dance video "Fricion of Time" made with Saburo Teshigawara. Currently he is doing documentation as an archivist at Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media.
(c) Takao Minami, courtesy of Ota fine arts
Born in 1976. He produces installation artworks controlled by computer programs as well as video works based on subject matter from found objects or footage, and video or sound that he has collected himself. In addition, he has undertaken work involved with scenic design for dance performances. He has appeared in numerous exhibitions in Japan and overseas, including solo show at Ota fine Arts, tokyo (07,08) and participation in Yokohama Triennale (2005) as a member of ressentiment.
Mind as Passion（ Taipei Fine Arts Museum／ Taipei ／2009）
Solo exhibition（ Ota Fine Arts／ 2008）
Born in 1984. He mainly researches botanical art, illustration, and photography, as well as other two-dimensional media that are peripherally related to botanical illustration. He is seeking out the potential for a new image of plants that would go beyond the borders of botanical art. He has received the 13th Computer Graphics Contest for the Students Still Image Outstanding Performance Award and the 2008 Asia Digital Art Award Still Image Grand Prize amongst various other acknowledgments.
OGAKI Biennale 2008 （Ogaki city ／ 2008）
Bidouga - Verge of insect's death
Born in 1980. He produces works based on portrait art, namely in detailed depictions and drawings. Recently, he has been expanding to art that supports small mobile device LCD displays in works such as: "Life collage" with the iPod, and "Bidouga", the miniature work on mobile phone. He has presented his work at various exhibitions including Ima-karada - IAMAS in Tokyo (Spiral Garden), and eARTh quake Snami (21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa).
H.584 is a flucuating group made up of various members of the HD contents making project. The current members' specialize in photography, video, music, design, and numerous additional fields. Their wide-ranging activities have included creation of installation artworks, video documentation of stage performances, and collaborations with project of shephard (Shinta Inoue) and musicinema (Taro Yasuno).
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Trace of Moments from Tamazare (time collage)
REM SKETCH is a video-based work production team that seeks out new forms of video documentation. Since 2002 they have supervised the video documentation of the Performance Experiment Series organized by the Kyoto Performing Arts Center. In addition, they have participated in image technology work for stage performance works within Japan and overseas, including those of Shogo Ota, Noism, Philippe Decouflé, Masataka Matsuda, and many others. REM SKETCH also received the Dance and Media Japan Curators' Selection Award in 2006.
10th Japan Media Arts Festival Jury Recommended Work (2007)
Trace of Moments from Tamazare Exhibition)
(Kyoto Performing Arts Center Shunjuza Theater ／ 2007)
Dairakudakan Butoh Company 35th Anniversary Performance
(Setagaya Public Theatre ／ 2007)