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Author: TabaimoSophie PercevalNanae YuyamaCorinne AtlanJennifer KakuAll authors
Publisher: [Paris] : Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain ; Arles : Actes Sud ; New York, N.Y. : Distributed in in the US by Thames & Hudson, [2006].
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Ayako Tabata, nicknamed Tabaimo - meaning "Tabata's little sister" - is famous in the Japanese contemporary art scene. In 2001, she was the youngest artist invited to participate in the Yokohama Trienniale. Her style - animated films that combine drawings evoking the "handmade" nature of traditional Japanese wood prints with sophisticated computer technology - provides a brutally honest glimpse into Japanese city  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibitions
Expositions
Entretiens
Named Person: Tabaimo; Tabaimo; Tabaimo
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tabaimo; Sophie Perceval; Nanae Yuyama; Corinne Atlan; Jennifer Kaku; Grazia Quaroni; Fondation Cartier.
ISBN: 0500976708 9780500976708 2742764860 9782742764860
OCLC Number: 317777676
Notes: This catalog was published on the occasion of an exhibition presented at the Fondation Cartier pour l'art contemporain in Paris, from October 27, 2006 to February 4, 2007.
Description: 91 p. : chiefly col. ill. ; 29 cm.
Contents: Entretien avec Tabaimo = Interview with Tabaimo / Grazia Quaroni --
Midnight sea, 2006 --
Haunted House, 2003 --
Akunin, 2006 --
Japanese Commuter Train, 2001.
Responsibility: [édition, Sophie Perceval ; traduction français/japonais, Nanae Yuyama ; traduction japonais/français, Corinne Atlan ; traduction français/anglais, Jennifer Kaku].

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Ayako Tabata, nicknamed Tabaimo - meaning "Tabata's little sister" - is famous in the Japanese contemporary art scene. In 2001, she was the youngest artist invited to participate in the Yokohama Trienniale. Her style - animated films that combine drawings evoking the "handmade" nature of traditional Japanese wood prints with sophisticated computer technology - provides a brutally honest glimpse into Japanese city life through dreamlike images. This book explores three video installations which reveal the violence of ordinary situations in an apparently gentle manner, playing on the transition between the normal and the abnormal, imperceptibly shifting from scenes of everyday life to deeply enigmatic, fascinating, and often disturbing situations.

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