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kaz on other sites:

www.cyberhokusai.blogspot.com
www.instagram.com/kazislooking
www.davidrobertsartfoundation.com
www.tadpole-lab.org
vimeo.com/kazartmovies
www.youtube.com/user/artmovieskaz
www.visionforum-londonhouses.blogspot.com
www.illuminationshow.com
www.fogless.net

 
 
 
 

 

News, forthcoming and recent exhibitions & events:



Between the Lines
solo exhibition

Something from Nothing, Nothing from Something

Stills from animation used in the installation, Between the Lines, 2019


2019/2/15 (fri) ~ 2/24 (sun)

Between the Lines is an experiential video installation, developed in situ in the space of tadpole-lab for this exhibition. In this work, Kaz continues his exploration of subjectivity and its relation to time, present moment in particular, and space.

The installation makes use of a video animation of white and black shape, alternating and going over each other in continuous cycle, suggesting transitory yet potentially cyclical nature of time as well as the principle of ying and yang.

This animation, which is split into 5 thin strips, is projected onto 5 tubes suspended equidistant to each other near the center of the space, and at times onto the background wall. As the moving image shifts between the flat surface of the wall and the tubes within the space, the work questions the actual physical space and the space, which cannot be seen.

tadpole-lab art project space
Omotesando
Tokyo
Japan

www.tadpole-lab.org




Something from Nothing, Nothing from Something

Something from Nothing, Nothing from Something

Something from Nothing, Nothing from Something, 2018

Exhibited in a group exhibition, Pacific Breeze held on 2018/12/02 ~ 01/13/2019
at
White Conduit Projects, London

https://whiteconduitprojects.uk




A Small Reminder of Who We Are

A Small Reminder of Who We Are

A Small Reminder of Who We Are, 2017

Exhibited in a group exhibition, Half Hundred Swing Show: Homage to Joseph Cornell held on 15 ~ 23 July 2017 at Gallery Ao, Kobe, Japan

hundredswing.wordpress.com/2017/03/15/boxedcollage_summershow/
www.instagram.com/hundredswing/

 



Divergence from Reality
an article by Masahi Ogura

Divergence form Reality, an article written by Masashi Ogura, a Japanese art critic, related to the recent solo exhibition, crossroad, appears in the Appril 2017 issue of Gekkan Gallery, a Japanese art magazine.

Click here for a pdf copy of the article.

Divergence from Reality by Masashi Ogura

 



Instagram

Photographs from the everyday can be seen at a new instagram page.

www.instagram.com/kazislooking

 



Moving images by Kaz on vimeo and youtube

You can now watch video works and documentation videos of installations by Kaz on vimeo and youtube.

vimeo.com/kazartmovies

www.youtube.com/user/artmovieskaz

 



Post Cards from the Floating World

A blog site with various images that Kaz has taken while moving through physical space in his daily life.

www.cyberhokusai.blogspot.com

 



Open Letter


Photographs by Kaz appears on the front and the back cover of the Spring 2012 issue of 'Open Letter -
A Canadian Journal of Writing and Theory' (Fourteenth Series, Number 8, ISSN 0048-1939).

For information on the journal and how to obtain it, please go to: publish.uwo.ca/~fdavey/home.htm

 



Vision Forum London: Publication

Now Vision Forum London project who has been working with the theme of 'Time Capsules and Conditions of Now' and a publication with contributions from the participating artists/curators/writers will be published in January 2012.

Soledad Garcia
Ole Hagen
Kaz
Jean Mathee
Vanda Playford
Lisa Skuret
Fatos Ustek

You can get your copy from: David Roberts Art Foundation, London; Banner Repeater, London: Inc. livros e edicoes de autor, Porto, Portugal.

To find out more about the project, visit : www.visionforum-londonhouses.blogspot.com

 



Artesian Magazine

Artesian Magazine Kaz has contributed an article, Joining the Dots, to the third issue of Artesian, a magazine for committed creativity in art and life. The theme for the issue is time,

Click here for the article

You can buy a copy, priced at £8.50, from bookshops at the ICA and the BFI Southabnk or through Go Together Press website: www.gotogetherpress.com