Keisuke Oki

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Most Recent Affiliation(s):

  • Carnegie Mellon University, STUDIO for Creative Inquiry

Other Affiliation(s):

  • Nagoya University of Art and Design
  • Tokyo Zokei University

ISEA Bio(s) Available:

  • ISEA2002

    Keisuke Oki: Artist. Research fellow, STUDIO for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University and Adjunct Professor, Tokyo Zokei University. “YOKOHAMA 2001, The 1st Yokohama Triennale” at Yokohama 2001. “MEDWERRA” at Greece 2001. “VOLUME” at PSI Contemporary Art Center, New York 2000. Visions of the Body, Fashion or Invisible Corset” at Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo 1999.


    Keisuki Oki was born in 1952 in Tokyo. Works as an artist, DTI (Digital Therapy Institute) and teaches at Nagoya University of Art and Design. Activities in 1997 include: Liquid Visions, Lucerne, Switzerland; in 1996: Ex Machina, Cameraworks, London, England; Control to Chaos, National Film School, Copenhagen, Denmark; in 1995: Telepolis, Luxembourg; in 1994: 1SEA94, Helsinki, Finland; in 1993: FISEA (ISEA93), Minneapolis, U.S.A.; Psychoscape, 0 museum, Tokyo. Writings include: Brain Wave Rider: A Human-Machine Interface, International Society for the Arts, Science, and Technology Leonardo Volume 28, Number 4 1995; Decisions at the Speed of Electronic Circuitry, Burda Academy, 1995, Germany; Synchronicity in the Computational Age, Kunstforum, November 1995, Germany.


    The Digital Therapy Institute (DTI) was formed at the end of 1991 as a multidisciplinary group, with members from various fields including art, music, science,engineering and therapy. Since then, DTI has been conducting research from diverse angle into the brain. The central members of DTI are Keisuke Oki (artist) and Henry Kuwahara (engineer and musician).

Last Known Location:

  • Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States of America

Previous Location(s):

  • JP

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