Anarchive n°6 - MASAKI FUJIHATA
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In this first monograph on Masaki FUJIHATA, the entire artist’s work can be explored, from the first animation films and computer graphics in the 1980s, until the interactive installations and experiments in 2015 with laser, GPS, Internet or Virtual Reality. The Artist’s writings and original essays by French and Japanese critics discuss the radical issues raised by this experimental work.

A new type of book : a ring binder the very archetype of an archive file incorporates Augmented Reality. A physical book and digital data are connected, allowing the reader to access videos or 3D simulations.

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Éditions Anarchive, Paris, 2016
ISBN 978-2-9518132-3-6
prix : 39 €

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CREDITS

Art director : Masaki Fujihata

Editorial direction : Anne-Marie Duguet, Masaki Fujihata

Authors : Jean-Louis Boissier, Anne-Marie Duguet, Elie During, Masaki Fujihata, Kei’ichi Irie, Hidetaka Ishida, Shigeru Matsui, Virginie Pringuet, Akira Tatehata

Graphic designer : Tetsuo Igarashi

Augmented Reality : Technical director : Takeshi Kawashima, 3D modeling : Akira Ikarashi, Prototyping : Yoshikazu Fujita, Jun Sasaki, Consultant : Dominique Cunin

Documentation and production assistants : Emilie Berteau, Yoshikazu Inui

Special thanks to : Françoise Bertaux, Pierre-Jean Galdin, Kathy Rae Huffman, Jung-Yeon Ma, Kotaro Totsuji

With the participation of DICRéAM Centre National du Cinéma et de l’image animée
With the support of Centre national des arts plastiques (aide à l’édition) and Japan Foundation, Tokyo

Production : Anarchive

Co-production : École supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Nantes Métropole, France

In cooperation with ZKM | Karlsruhe and Ars Electronica

Special thanks to Graduate School of Film and New Media, Tokyo University of the Arts

© Éditions Anarchive, Paris, 2016