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1st artdemo all cover
From Tokyo.JP : July
15th, 2002 updated
>> The media art in Tokyo is suffering
this misfortune. Many people say, "Media art is boring and
annoying." and the opinion is being fixed. It has a good reputation
in London, New York, Linz and Taipei, etc; however, there
is something dull in the center of media art. Not only the
audience but also the artists themselves (especially whose
works achieved public recognition abroad) started understanding
this. If people can find the things they are looking for,
the misfortune will go away and unprecedented art will begin.
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do they run to yunnan?
an interview with Neeman
From Dali.Yunnan.CN : May 13th,
2000 up dated
hard to talk about the contemporary art of the world without
the artists and movements of the mainland
China. While the Western and Japanese
art journals keep watching the large cities around the capital
Beijing, many artists are in the process of moving to Yunnan
near the border to Burma/Laos. It is said that there's another
life style that cannot be realized in Beijing, New York and
they a headliner for the end of first millennium in tokyo?
first act of Survival Research Laboratories (SRL) in Japan
From Shibuya.JP : January
29th, 2000 up dated
the streets of Tokyo hang huge posters where mechanical-looking
robots are jostling in raging flames. Rumors of what lie behind
these posters reach my ears here and there at the bar counter.
It's a robot performance never seen in Japan by the legendary
group called Survival Research Laboratories (SRL).
ARS ELECTRONICA 99
Linz.AT : November 2nd, 1999 up dated
speaking of art festivals, many people believe they have to
see the artwork properly and study with lectures and symposiums.
That can be boring. However, there's actually an art festival
waiting for you full of excitement. Every year many people visit
from Japan spend their vacation there. This festival, resembling
a seven day long theme park, is Ars Electronica.
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