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MIKAMI Seiko

MIKAMI Seiko

Profile

Artist, Professor of Media Art Lab at Tama Art University. Since the 1980s, has been showing large-scale installations themed on information society and the human body. In the 1990s, most of works are interactive media art installations incorporating human perception, eye-tracking project "Molecular Informatics," about acoustic sense and the living body sound "World, Membrane and the Dismenbered Body," "gravicells - gravity and resistance" on the theme of the gravity called the 6th consciousness and "Desire of Codes" focused in coded individual at information society.
Her Art works were shown at Fundacio Joan Miro, Le Musée des Beaux-arts de Nantes, Künstlerhaus Vienna, Kulturhuset Stockholm and Canon ARTLAB. Also shown at the number of international Media Art Festivals such as transmediale (Berlin), DEAF (Rotterdam), SHARE (Turin), Ars Electronica (Linz), MoiMulti (Quebec), TESLA (Berlin), VEROCITY Festival of Digital Culture (UK), TRUST (Dortmund), ISEA and the other. Solo exhibition "Desire of Codes" held at Yamaguchi Center for Art and Media [YCAM], NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] and from 2012, will travel to around the world. She passed away in 2015.

[2015]

Works

Exhibitions & Events

Open Space 2019: Alternative Views

Guided Tour by the Artist

Artists’ Talk

MIKAMI Seiko Desire of Codes

Artists’ Talk MIKAMI Seiko + ICHIKAWA Sota/Martin RICHES

Open Space 2008

ICC 10th Anniversary Session Series Vol.1Special Symposium “The Future of Media x Art” 1

ICC 10th Anniversary Session Series Vol.1 Special Symposium “The Future of Media x Art”

Possible Futures: Japanese postwar art and technology

“Media Art Research Center Fieldwork - Space and Body”

“Media Art Research Center Workshop - Space and Body”

Frontiers of Communication

ICC NEWSCHOOL Adding Media, Subtracting Signs

Reality and Virtuality

Opening Events - Symposium -Towards the Museum of the Future-

InterCommunication’95 “on the Web -The Museum Inside The Network-”