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  • June 14, 2020
    I recently found my photographs of Georges Adéagbo’s London show from 1995. Strange detail jumps out as I look at these again: an interview with writer Kenzaburo Oe being one (we share a birthday; exactly twice my age), and political scientist Suzanne Berger on “Anti-statism” being the other. “This exhibition brought together six contemporary artists,

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  • March 26, 2020
    “It’s midnight, there’s no one here. The machines break down and start talking to each other.” Eduardo Paolozzi I’ve always appreciated the idea of “slow preparation, fast execution,” but I think this little project may have taken the idea a little too literally. Some of the music in the album ‘NEW CLEAR VISION’ by SITHA

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  • March 5, 2020
    Koji Nakano, Exhibition中野浩二「彫刻展」XYZ CollectiveMarch 01 – March 23, 2019 http://xyzcollective.org/current.html
  • December 11, 2019
    西川ひろみ Nishikawa Hiromi 藝術新著 1974年10月号 通巻298号 『増大特集:日本の肖像画」Geijutsu Shincho, No.289, October 1974 (Japanese Portraits) Born in Tokyo 1973, Graduated, Aichi Prefectural University of Arts“New Artist Award”, Kokugakai (National Painting Association) 1974, “Pūruvū Award”, Kokugakai 1975, Aichi Prefectural University of Arts (certification)1976, Aichi Prefectural University of Arts, Graduate studies1980, Enrolls at Japanese Ministry for Cultural Affairs (Bunkachō kokunai)1983, Member of

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  • November 28, 2019
    We need new skin. It could be something like fur, like the scales of a snake, like the downy hairs of a plant, like glowing glass. It obscures our previous category just as manipulating one of the genes leads to a tomato with a moth gene and a sheep with a frog gene. I am

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  • November 18, 2019
    Photo report from the September preview, writing for Art Review Asia. Okayama Art Summit 2019: IF THE SNAKEArtistic Director: Pierre HuygheSept 27 – Nov 24, 2019 https://www.okayamaartsummit.jp/2019/
  • November 12, 2019
    Mika Kitamura, TOPOSAlt_MediumOctober 31 – November 12, 2019
  • July 31, 2019
    “At the end of the Soviet science fiction film Solaris the astronaut returns home. Everything seems real and normal but somehow he doesn’t trust in anything any longer … What is needed is a new story and one that we (he) can believe in.” HyperNormalisation (2015) If you are lucky, you might stumble across Takashi

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  • July 14, 2019
    In the remnants of an old Sumo stable (sumo-beya) lives mumei, the artist run space / gallery near the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo in Kiyosumi-Shirakawa, Koto-ku. Here, 4649 from Sugamo have set up shop for the month bringing their mystic-nomadic work with them. The main space hosts Yasuaki Hamada’s Neighbors. In one corner lives

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  • July 9, 2019
    “Anxiety regarding space-age technology constantly monitoring life on Earth was the central motif in two Hi Red Center projects in early 1964: one was the publication of leaflets titled News Flash! What Is the Communication Satellite Being Used for? (Tokuho! Tsushin eisei wa nanimono ni tsukawarete iruka!), which were distributed in response to two uncanny coincidences: the assassination of John F. Kennedy on the eve of the first satellite

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