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Takeshi Murata

Author: Takeshi Murata; Alex Gartenfeld; Lauren Cornell; Dan Nadel; Kunsthall Stavanger,
Publisher: New York : Salon 94, [2015] ©2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Takeshi Murata first became known as an early innovator of "datamoshing," a form of "glitch art" that requires compressing two videos together until their respective pixels merge into one mashed-up picture. Since then, inspired by Giorgio de Chirico and traditional 17th-century Dutch and Flemish painting, Murata's work has ventured into the realm of hyper-realism in a series of uncanny prints and videos that explore  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Catalogs
Named Person: Takeshi Murata; Takeshi Murata
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Takeshi Murata; Alex Gartenfeld; Lauren Cornell; Dan Nadel; Kunsthall Stavanger,
ISBN: 9780692397619 0692397612
OCLC Number: 929592893
Notes: "With support from Kunsthall Stavanger, Norway."
Description: 127 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 33 cm
Other Titles: Works.
Responsibility: interview by Alex Gartenfeld ; essay by Lauren Cornell ; edited and with an essay by Dan Nadel.

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Takeshi Murata first became known as an early innovator of "datamoshing," a form of "glitch art" that requires compressing two videos together until their respective pixels merge into one mashed-up picture. Since then, inspired by Giorgio de Chirico and traditional 17th-century Dutch and Flemish painting, Murata's work has ventured into the realm of hyper-realism in a series of uncanny prints and videos that explore our inner and exterior lives via everything from B-grade horror film imagery to relics of a 1980s childhood. Part monograph and part artist's book, Takeshi Murata includes an essay by New Museum curator Lauren Cornell, an interview with the artist conducted by Alex Gartenfeld, Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, and an essay by Dan Nadel.

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