Petre Nikoloski

Selected solo projects
1989 Museum of Contemporary Art-Skopje republic of Macedonia
(One man show/temporary installations and video project)
"Olga Petrov"-Panchevo,Jugoslavia(Permanent project)

1990  Grizedale Forest,Cumbria,England(Permanent project)

1991  "Art Space Society"Leeds,England(Temporary installation)
"Harlow Carr Botanical Gardens"Harrogate,England(Permanent project will decay naturally)

1992  "Back Crypt"London,England
(One man show/temporary installations and video project)
London Ecology Centre"London,England(Temporary installation)

1993 Venice Bienalle Exhibition,Italy"Republic of Macedonia"
(One man show/temporary installations and video project)
Leeds City Art Gallery"Roof/Terrace"Leeds,England
(One man show/temporary installations and video project)

1994  "Irwel Way Sculpture Trail"Rosendale,Lancashire,England(Permanent project)

 Selected group shows

1991  "Cherry Hinton Hall Park"Cambridge,England

1992  Hatfield university,England

1994  "Ernst Museum"Budapest Hungary
"Kunst Bunker"Nurnberg Germany


Stan Andeson

1947.   Born in Salt Lake City, Utah. U.S.A.
1966.   Studied in Japan (〜'68).
1971.   Graduated from the University of Utah.
1973.   Returned to Japan.
1975.   Entered Kobatake's sculpture class.
1980.   Went back to the United States and entered the graduate
            department of fine arts at Pratt Institute in New York City.
1982.   Received graduate degree in fine arts and returned to Japan.

1976.  'Group Show by Kobatake's Sculpture Class,' Shimizu Gallery,Tokyo.
1977.  'Nika Society exhibition,' Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art.
1980.  'Group Show by Kobatake's Sculpture Class,' the Iruma Public Hall,Saitama.
           'Nika Society Exhibition,' Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art.
1982.   Thesis exhibition for the graduate depertment of fine arts at pratt Institute.
           'Nika Society Exhibition,' Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art.
1983.  'The 4th Kita-Kanto Art Exhibition'.    
           'Saitama Art Festival,' Kita-Urawa Park. 
1984.  'Lake Biwa Contemporary Sculpture Exhibition,' The 2nd Nagisa Park, Moriyama city. 
           'Saitama Art Festibal,' Kita-Urawa Park. 
           'Nika Society Exhibition,' Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art.
1985.  'Solo Exhibition,' the public gallery of the Museum of Modern Art, Saitama.
           'Tsukuba International Environmental Art Symposium'.
           'Shibukawa Open-Air Exhibition'.
           'Nika Society Exhibition,' Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Art.
           'Tokorozawa Outdoor Exhibition'.
1986.  'Saitama Art Festival'.
1987.  'Hamamatsu Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition'.
           'The 2nd Shibukawa Open-Air Exhibition'.
           'Party 2,' the Toshiba headquarters building, Hamamatsu-cho.
1988.  'Solo Exhibition,' Sanseido Hall, Tokyo.
           'Art Project Iwakuni,' Iwakuni, Nishiki River, Kintai Bridge.
           'Fussa-Tamagawa Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition'.
1989.  'Solo  Exhibition,' Rasendo,Gunma.
1990.  'Solo  Exhibition,' Farm land in front of Gallery Gubaku, Hidaka.
           'Spirit of Play Exhibition,' Setagaya Art Museum.
           'Naguri Out Door Sculpture Exhibition'.
1991.  'Naguri Out Door Sculpture Exhibition'.
           'A Three Person Show,' Gallery Gubaku, Hidaka.
1992.  'Festival'92,' Asahikohgen, Genkimura.
           'Naguri Out Door Sculpture Exhibition'. 


Masao Ueno

1949.   Born in Nagano Prefecture Japan.
1972.   Graduated from Shibaura Institute of Technology, Deparement of Architecture.
1983.   'Microcosm in the Basket,' Art Gallery Cellar, Tokyo.
            Started  VSOP series.
1984.   Exhibition in Gallery Tubaki, Chiba/Shinsensho Gallery,Tokyo.
1985.   'Form of the Bamboo,' Ikebukuro Seibu Gallery,Tokyo.
1986.   Exhibition in Masuda Studio,Tokyo.
            VSOP in Tailand.
1987.   Exhibition in Ikebukuro Seibu Gallery, Tokyo.
1988.   Exhibition in Art Act, Tokyo/Gallery Celler, Tokyo/Ginka Corner, Tokyo.
            VSOP in China.
1989.   'Contemporary Art Exhibition of Paper,' Gallery Lamia, Tokyo.
            Installation at Nikke Colton Plaza, Ichikawa Chiba-Pref.
            Exhibition in Gallery Celler, Tokyo.
            VSOP in Indonesia.
1990.   'Axis of the Earth,' Grizedale Sculpture Park, England.
            'On The Earth Exhibition,' Axis Gallery, Tokyo.
1991.   'The 20th Contemporary Art Exhibition of Japan,' Tokyo Metroporitan
            Museum of Art and Kyoto City Museum of Art.
            'Soft Sculpture Exhibition,' Azabu Museum of Art and Craft, Tokyo.
            'Bamboo Shelter,' Espas Ohara, Tokyo.
1992.   'Toride' Miyosi Village Chiba-Pref.
            Exhibition in Gallery Muu, Kyoto.
1993.   'The Bamboo City,' River Side Gallery, Tokyo.
            'Bamboo Shelter,' Kirisima National Park in Kagosima-Pref.
            Exhibition in Gallery Casa, Fukui.
1994.   'Snow Pagoda,' Yamanobe-Town Yamagata-Pref.
            'Pagoda of Leaves,' Hibiya Park, Tokyo.
            'Bamboo Pagoda,' Credo Hall, Hirosima.
            'Contemporary Art in the Peninsula,' Kamogawa City Gallery.
            'Basketry Art Exhibition,' Studio Com, Kyoto.


Nobolu Takayama

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Akio Suzuki

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Masao Koumura

1943.   Born in Tokyo.
1963.   Entered Tama Art University.
1966.   Formed CTG (Computer Technic Group). 
1966.   Student member of Fuzita-gumi architectural company's board of directors. 
1969.   Graduated from Tama University of Art, department of Product Design.   
            Founded an institute for image engineering (to present).
1972.   Went to U.S.A by invitation at the State Department, visited                
            American universities and research institutes.  
1977.   Lecturer at Tsukuba University (to present).
1984.   Visiting professor at Kyoto College of Art.
1985.   Chair man of Computer Graphics department, Kyoto College of Art (〜'92). 
1992.   Professor, Informatique Design department, Tohoku University of Art & Design 
            (to present).

1968.   'Cybernetic Serendipity Exhibition,' ICA(Institute of Contemporary Art), London. 
            'Computer Art Exhibition,' Gallery Tokyo. 
1969.   'The Contemporary Tendency Exhibition,' Kyoto Museum of Modern Art.
            'Electromagica : International Psytech Art Exhibition,' Sony Building,Tokyo.
            'The 6th Paris Youth Biennale,' Paris Museum of Modern Art. 
1970.   'Eve of Tommorow Exhibition,' Hanover, Germany. 
            'International Video Week Exhibition,' Tokyo American Center.
1973.   'Cybernetic ARTRIP : International Computer Art Exhibition,' 
            Sony Building, Tokyo (〜'75).
1974.   'Tokyo Biennale'74 : International Art Exhibition, Japan,' Tokyo, Kyoto. 
            '100 Feet Film Festival,' Tokyo, Nagoya, Sapporo, Kyoto. 
1975.   Exhibition in Gallery Tamura, Tokyo. 
1977.   'Enjoyable Computer Exhibition,' Tokyo. 
1980.   Performance event 'Hot Hands of September,' Civic Gallery, Yokohama.
1981.   Kobe Portpia : Theme Center.
1982.   'Media Bum : Audio-Visual Show'.             
            'New Visual Expression Exhibition,' Seibu, Tokyo.
            'The 1st International Olternative Music Festival,' Tokyo, Osaka.
1983.   'The 11th International Electronic Music Contest,' France. 
            Contemporary art festival 'Art and Technology,' Toyama-Prefectual Museum of                     
            Modern Art.
            'NICOGRAPH (Japan Computer Graphic Association) '83 '.
1984.   'International High Technology Art Exhibition,' Shibuya Seibu, Tokyo. 
1985.   'The 2nd Contemporary Art of Asia Exhibition,' Fukuoka City Museum of Art.
1986.   'SIGGRAPH '86,' U.S.A.
1987.   'Image du Furtur '87,' Canada.
1988.   'Japan Now, Sweden Now,' Sweden.
            'Japanese High Technology Art Exhibition,' Taiwan Museum of Art. 
            'NICOGRAPH (Special Interest Group of Computer Graphic Association) '88 '.
1989.   'Burning Peak Line,' Chiba-Prefecture.
1990.   'European Media Art Festival,' Germany.
1991.   'Emittona,' Tokyo and Kyoto College of Art.
1992.   'Centrifugal Force of Sculpture Exhibition,' National Museum of International Art,        
1993.   'Multimedia Performance,' Tokyo.