偉大橋脚 | Great Pier

¥110,000

Great Pier" is a two-dimensional work by Asako Fujikura, an artist who finds a primitive magic in industrial products and artifacts in urban spaces, and depicts a "paradise" landscape through 3DCG by separating them from human control and their original functions.Signed, numbered, and framed.

Limited edition of 10.


Size

343 (width) X 236 (height) X 34 (depth)

 

Material

Inkjet photo glossy paper
AP Board
Wooden frame with white frame (hanging wooden frame)

 

Origin

Japan (Tokyo)

 

Packaging

Individual cardboard boxes

 

Caution

  • This work will be delivered as a single piece.
  • In addition to the printed surface, there are parts of this work that have been handcrafted by the artist himself. There are individual differences in the handcrafted parts.
  • You cannot choose the edition number.

 

Shipping

  • It may take up to one month to ship depending on the status of orders.
    We will inform you of the estimated delivery date after confirming the above situation.
  • Shipping cost
    Nationwide flat rate: 1,830 yen (excluding some areas) 
    Okinawa: 2,490 yen

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藤倉麻子 | Asako Fujikura

Graduated from Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, South and West Asia Program, majoring in Persian language. Graduated from Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, South and West Asian Studies Program, majoring in Persian, and completed the Graduate School of Film and New Media, Tokyo University of the Arts.
Her work focuses on images generated by 3DCG and spatial expression.
Her solo exhibitions include "Gunjochi Bousou" (NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC], 2018), "FLUSH" (EKARYOTE, Tokyo, 2021), and "Another Museum in a Multilayered World: Welcome to Hyper ICC" (NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC], 2018). Welcome to Hyper ICC" (NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC], Tokyo, 2021) and "Close to Nature, Next to Humanity" (Taitung Art Museum, Taitung, Taiwan, 2020). He won the Grand Prix at the LUMINE meets ART AWARD 2019-2020. The 22nd Japan Media Arts Festival, Art Division, Jury Recommendation.

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