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John MAEDA

John MAEDA

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Associate Director. MIT Media Laboratory
Sony Career Development Professor of Media Arts and Sciences
Associate Professor of Design and Computation
Director. Aesthetics and Computation Group

1966 Born in Seattle
1989 BS and MS EECS. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
1992 Principal Researcher. International Media Research Foundation, Tokyo
1996 Ph.D. Tsukuba University Institute of Art and Design, Tsukuba

Solo Exhibitions

2000 Post-Digital. Cristinerose Gallery, New York
Maeda@Media. California Institute of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco
Coded Blue. California Institute of Arts and Crafts, San Francisco
Maeda@Media, Institute of Contemporary Art, London
1999 One-Line.com. Ginza Graphic Gallery, Tokyo
1996 John Maeda: Paper and Computer. Ginza Graphic Gallery, Tokyo
John Maeda: Paper and Computer. Dai Nippon Duo Dojima Gallery, Osaka
1995 Deconstructing Cyberspace. Axis Gallery Annex, Tokyo
1994 Design Machines. Axis Gallery Annex, Tokyo

Group Exhibitions

2001 010101: Art in Technological Times. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco
New Dimensions in Digital Art. Visceglia Gallery, Caldwell College, Caldwell
Workspheres. Museum of Modern Art, New York
2000 Cooper-Hewitt Design Triennale. New York
2000 Aesthetics & Computation Group Retrospective. Cooper-Union Herb Lubalin Gallery, New York
1999 Organic Computation. New York Art Director's Club, New York
1996 NHK Heart Exhibition. Bunkamura Gallery, Tokyo

[2001]

Works

“Light Box 5” [2007]

“White No.3” [2001]

“Light Box 6” [2001]

“Light Box 1” [2001]

“Computer Machine 1” [2001]

“Nittsu 1” [2001]

“Light Box 3” [2001]

“ACG” [1996–]

“Nittsu 2” [2001]

“White No.1” [2001]

“Light Box 2” [2001]

“Computer Machine 4” [2001]

“i-Appli 3” [2001]

“Computer Machine 2” [2001]

“i-Appli 5” [2001]

“i-Appli 4” [2001]

“Sawaya & Moroni” [2001]

“SpinCloud” [2001]

“White No.2” [2001]

“Computer Machine 5” [2001]

“Computer Machine 3” [2001]

“Light Box 4” [2001]

“Spectrals No.3” [2001]

“Keyboard Flattener” [2001]

“i-Appli 1” [2001]

“i-Appli 6” [2001]

“i-Appli 2” [2001]

“Click” [2000]

“Island” [2000]

“See” [2000]

“Coded Blue” [2000]

“Brush” [2000]

“Backbone” [2000]

“Hear” [2000]

“News: November 2, 2000” [2000]

“Wire Paths: Red and Blue” [2000]

“Robot” [2000]

“Snow” [2000]

“Spatial Densities” [2000]

“Chanel” [2000]

“Blur” [2000]

“OverMouse” [2000]

“Epson” [2000]

“RGB” [2000]

“Smash” [2000]

“Mpaint-Cell-Late G” [2000]

“Rapid Roulette” [1999]

“One-Line Project” [1999]

“Number Racer Game” [1999]

“Mirror Mirror” [1999]

“Sony Online” [1998]

“Tap, Type, Write” [1998]

“Do-Re-Michi Game” [1998]

“Oikake-Zakura Game” [1998]

“DBN” [1998]

“Line Calendar” [1997]

“JAVA workshop” [1997]

“Cosmos Calendar” [1997]

“IMDA” [1997]

“12 o’clocks” [1997]

“Flora Calendar” [1997]

“Umi for Aki Calendar” [1997]

“Snowflake Calendar” [1997]

“Hanabi Calendar” [1997]

“Tomoe 4” [1996]

“Morisawa 3” [1996]

“Spin2” [1996]

“CMYK” [1996]

“Morisawa 9” [1996]

“Shape Study 2” [1996]

“Concentrics No.3” [1996]

“Shape Study 4” [1996]

“Morisawa 8” [1996]

“DIC Kokeshi” [1996]

“Tomoe 1” [1996]

“Marathon” [1996]

“Morisawa 5” [1996]

“One Day” [1996]

“Circle” [1996]

“Morisawa 10” [1996]

“Morisawa 7” [1996]

“Tomoe 2” [1996]

“Spatial Density No.1” [1996]

“2000 Year Calendar” [1996]

“Dots 3” [1996]

“CyberOrchid” [1996]

“Triangle” [1996]

“Single Pixel” [1996]

“Morisawa 4” [1996]

“Dots 1” [1996]

“Shape Study 1” [1996]

“Dots 4” [1996]

“Morisawa 6” [1996]

“Star Tofu” [1996]

“Morisawa 1” [1996]

“Spin1” [1996]

“Flags 4c” [1996]

“Copic TV” [1996]

“Concentrics No.1” [1996]

“Spectrals No.2” [1996]

“Spatial Density No.3” [1996]

“Flying Letters” [1996]

“Square” [1996]

“Shape Study 6” [1996]

“Morisawa 2” [1996]

“Inifinity” [1996]

“Flags 1c” [1996]

“Tomoe 3” [1996]

“.Too Mona” [1996]

“CyberAsagao” [1996]

“Dots 2” [1996]

“Spin8” [1996]

“Infinity” [1996]

“Spin32” [1996]

“Concentrics No.2” [1996]

“Shape Study 5” [1996]

“Spectrals No.1” [1996]

“Shape Study 3” [1996]

“Morisawa Mo” [1996]

“CyberPoinsettia” [1996]

“The Reactive Square” [1995]

“MdN Color Pinwheel” [1995]

“Sony Ikura” [1995]

“Sony Mountain” [1995]

“TDC ’95” [1995]

“Keyboard Rain” [1995]

“one input de 3 voices” (Camera) [1995]

“one input de 3 voices” (Telephone) [1995]

“Radial Paint” [1995]

“G language” [1995]

“Sony Drive” [1995]

“MdN Time Graphic” [1995]

“Inverse Paint” [1995]

“Shiseido” [1995]

“Digitalogue G” [1995]

“one input de 3 voices” (Headphone) [1995]

“Color Typewriter” [1995]

“Reactive Graphic No.4” [1994]

“CMYK/ Process Color Dance” [1994]

“Reactive Graphic No.2” [1994]

“Noll” [1994]

“Visual Robotic Programming” [1994]

“AI Infinity” [1994]

“Reactive Graphic No.1” [1994]

“Shinnosuke” [1994]

“MacLife” [1994]

“Solid Programming” [1994]

“Reactive Graphic No.3” [1994]

“A” [1994]

“Design Machines” [1994]

“Time Paint” [1994]

“Reactive Graphic No.5” [1994]

“Design Machines Book” [1994]

“Illustrandom” [1993]

“HPCE” [1993]

“Animemo” [1993]

“A-Paint” [1992]

“Media Lab Mural” [1990]

“Apple II” [1977]

Exhibitions & Events