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Sculpting fog is a decidedly unusual art. Fujiko Nakaya is its pioneer. This first comprehensive monograph presents more than fifty of her Fog Works created for public spaces all over the world, as well as her video works and paintings. The artist's texts and drawings, archive items, videos and previously unpublished essays by French and Japanese authors, document this exceptional art approach, which reinvents the meeting between art, science and technology. A DVD-Rom and a DVD Video include some rare videos by the artist, as well as a substantial filmed documentation about her Fog Sculptures, from the famous Pepsi Pavilion in 1970 to the most recent ones in 2011.
This publication includes a book, a DVD-Rom and a DVD Video which can’t be sold separately
Éditions Anarchive, Paris, 2012
price : 39€ for private use
price for institutions such as Libraries, Media Centers, Universities, Art Schools, Art Centers : 100€ (+mailing cost). This allows a public use of the 3 elements included in the publication, except exhibitions, and limited to the institution's activities.
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Author and art director: Fujiko Nakaya
Editorial direction and research: Anne-Marie Duguet
DVD-ROM : Graphic design and programming: doubleNegatives Architecture
Documentation and production assistants: Sayaka Shimada, Hiroko Tasaka
Collaboration: Myra Y. Lotto, Christophe Leclercq, Urara Nakamura
Special thanks to: Françoise Bertaux, Yukiko Fujimoto, Julie Martin, Yuji Morioka
With the support of :
-Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, France
*CNC (DICREAM) Centre national du cinéma et de l'image animée
*Centre national des arts plastiques (aide à l'édition)
-Université de Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne (Laboratoire d'Esthétique Théorique et Appliquée) ;
University of New South Wales, Sydney (iCinema Research Center) ;
[ars numerica] ;
Fondation pour l'étude de la langue et de la civilisation japonaises sous l'égide de la Fondation de France
Production: Anarchive in collaboration with Processart Inc.
©2012 Anarchive,/Fujiko Nakaya