Satoshi Tsuchiyama and Taezoo Park share a curiosity for the things that are left behind, abandoned. They see possibilities in such materials, subvert and mutate them by hacking.
[Mar 29-31] Re:Incarnation
Satoshi Tsuchiyama and Taezoo Park
Fri, Mar 29, 7pm – Opening Reception
Sat/Sun, Mar 30/31, noon to 6pm: Installation open
Harvestworks – www.harvestworks.org
596 Broadway, #602 | New York, NY 10012 | Phone: 212-431-1130
Subway: F/M/D/B Broadway/Lafayette, R Prince, 6 Bleeker
Taezoo Park sets up a new installation of his ongoing project, Digital Being, which reveals itself through an atypical movement or an interaction in the pile of electronics. Piles of electronic trash have become mundane in our modern society, and yet they are Park’s obsession and his source of imagination.
Satoshi Tsuchiyama focuses on intangible materials that are forgotten, such as memories and emotions. With his video project Crystallize, he deals with his own memory, his fear of escalators. The image of phobia is played with pleasure. Tsuchiyama’s untitled new work consists of sculpture and video which plays a central role in the space of the exhibition.
An interdisciplinary artist. His art is a hybrid of photography, video and installation that explores the notion of uncanny and absurdity in the urban dystopian situation. He learned Visual Studies at SUNY University at Buffalo and completed a certificate program at International Center of Photography. Currently, he lives and works in New York.
A Brooklyn based interactive media artist and designer. Specialties include developing interactive media; creating engaging UXs by taking user experience into social and cultural contexts.