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Imagraph (series) 

Photo : Kai Fukubayashi

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Photo : Kai Fukubayashi

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Imagraph(2020 ver)
Imagraph(2020 ver)

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Photo : Kai Fukubayashi

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Imagraph is a medium that arbitrates between two primordial “attitudes”: projecting the images and closing the senses. Participants lie on their backs in a box-shaped bed and shut their eyes. Two pieces of LED display board are suspended above their heads from the ceiling, with optical fibers from each pixel extending to the surface of their eyelids. The video prepared in advance is unilaterally played after the spectral compensation against the “blood-red” unique to their own flesh. There, the lid becomes the medium for the very object it is trying to block off, and the intended colors and their placements are sent, but this in no way implies the triumph of projection over closing. 

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PRODUCTION SCENARY

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EXHIBITION RECORD

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2020 "Imagraph"  UCLA Broad Art Center, Los Angels, United States

Support: Errki Huhtamo, Jakub Kłeczek (UCLA Mars Lab), Tyra Inari

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2020 "Art Gallery"  SIGGRAPH, Vancouver, Canada

Support: Inami Lab, Tyra Inari

Photo: Goki Muramoto

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Photo: Rui Yamagata

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Photo: Yukasa Narisada

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Photo: Goki Muramoto

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2022 "Trans×Formation", ANB Tokyo, Japan

IVRC at University of Tokyo Photo: Kaifukubayashi

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IVRC at University of Tokyo Photo: Kaifukubayashi

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DCEXPO at Makuhari Messe Photo: Kai Fukubayashi

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IVRC at University of Tokyo Photo: Kaifukubayashi

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Exhibitions before 2021

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