Air Dynamics

  • ©ISEA2008: 14th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Sam Furukawa, Air Dynamics
  • ©ISEA2008: 14th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Sam Furukawa, Air Dynamics
  • ©ISEA2008: 14th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Sam Furukawa, Air Dynamics
  • ©ISEA2008: 14th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Sam Furukawa, Air Dynamics
  • ©ISEA2008: 14th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Sam Furukawa, Air Dynamics
  • ©ISEA2008: 14th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Sam Furukawa, Air Dynamics
  • ©ISEA2008: 14th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Sam Furukawa, Air Dynamics
  • Seventh photo by Wim van der Plas

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  • Air Dynamics

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Abstract:

  • The National University of Singapore sponsored ISEA2008’s Artist In Residence programme. What does this mean for Singapore, that its premier university funded these artists? This generates a new kind of dynamics for NUS and for Singapore. In this keynote, Sam Furukawa will discuss how the artist can work with society and corporations. In today’s world, how can artists work together with corporations to obtain funding, yet create meaningful and innovative art? He will speak about how Japan became an exporter of art and culture and what this means for Asian countries and the world.

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