ONE WORK | Werewolves Playoffs

Satoshi Fujiwara and Alexander Kluge's visual essay plugs into the raw neuronal processing of sounds, image and emotions (TANK MAGAZINE)


Still from the visual essay Werewolves Playoffs

https://tankmagazine.com/tank/2020/06/werewolves-playoffs/



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Satoshi Fujiwara's layered close ups explore a new frontier in photographic media (unagi)

 

Layered images of enlarged pores, animal skin and commuters provide the viewer with a Satoshi Fujiwara’s grotesque close up into our current climate. In this time of lockdown, Fujiwara’s close up unflattering shots, where the subject is unaware and has not consented to having their picture taken, take on a new meaning. 

  


https://www.unagilife.com/home/2020/3/25/satoshi-fujiwara

 

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Age of You charts the development of the ‘extreme self’ at the Museum of Contemporary Art Toronto (The Globe and Mail)

 


https://www.theglobeandmail.com/arts/art-and-architecture/article-age-of-you-charts-the-development-of-the-extreme-self-at-the-museum/

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Exhibition "EU: SATOSHI FUJIWARA" at Fondazione Prada Osservatorio (ArtAsiaPacific)

 

http://artasiapacific.com/Magazine/WebExclusives/EU



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HORSES

Created in collaboration with sculptor Yngve Holen for his exhibition of the same title, Satoshi Fujiwara's photobook of animals, SUVs and industrial drills embraces the capacity of the photographic image to distort reality. Using extreme focal lengths and framing, Fujiwara‘s images present a flattened world that manages to be both hyperreal and obscure.



https://tankmagazine.com/tank/2018/12/horses/

 

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Gritty Photos of the News Crews That Never Stop Rolling (WIRED)

 

 

https://www.wired.com/story/satoshi-fujiwara-friday-reports/



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Satoshi Fujiwara: This City on Rails, It Pivots Relentlessly (AMERICAN SUBURB X)

 




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Satoshi Fujiwara’s documentary photography questions the notion of reported reality

It's Nice That




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BLINK // Satoshi Fujiwara

Berlin Art Link




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Book Review 'Code Unknown'
GUP magazine




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Book Review 'Code Unknown'
Collector Daily