Yuka Takasu ｜ connect the dots
There was one phone book in the family. The book, which has been overshadowed in recent years, is called "Yellow Page" in many countries around the world, including the United States, and in many countries it is mainly printed on yellow paper, and it is just a collection of telephone numbers. It's just a mere thing, but it used to be one of the keys to me looking for information and paving the way for me. By searching for "yellow" in my own google photos, and reconstructing a photo that includes things that I didn't recognize as "yellow" and things that I wasn't likely to choose, it was made into a book by John Locke. Like the proposed Tabula Rasa, you can create a "blank" time to block the intrusion of information, and by facing your own image, you can capture and rewrite the image, edit it by combining various images, and create a new image. There is a possibility to create it, and you can interact with the media at your own timing and rhythm. Reconstructing declining paper media such as phone books with key colors of personal memories.
Sponsor ｜FUJIFILM Imaging Systems Co., Ltd.
Venue ｜KG＋SQUARE by Chushin, room 2F-4
Address ｜113 Nakaicho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto >Google Map
Open: 9/17-10/17 10:00-18:00
Closed: 9/27, 10/4, 10/11