‘Tatsuo Miyajima In Conversation’ with Charles Wylie at Santa Barbara Museum of Art in California, 2020

12 Feb 2020

Conversation Movie... read more

‘The Artist of Numbers’ – Tatsuo Miyajima in Shanghai, China, 2020

18 May 2019

Interview Movie at solo show in Shanghai Minsheng Museum of Modern Art... read more

Tatsuo Miyajima Interview for “Innumerable Life / Buddha” solo show at Lisson Gallery, New York, 2019

3 Jan 2019

Interview Movie with Tatsuo... read more

‘Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect with Everything’, Catalogue of Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, 2016,(Essay by Rachel Kent)

3 Nov 2016

Tatsuo Miyajima: Connect with Everything Rachel Kent Time and its passage lie at the heart of Japanese artist Tatsuo Miyajima’s ambitious, multi-faceted practice. It is represented visually by multiple small, digital counting devices that make ... read more

Interview by ‘Financial Times’, 2016

18 Mar 2016

Tatsuo Miyajima: the lightness of being Financial Times March 18, 2016 Leo Lewis To most of us, the seven-segment display — the flat, ubiquitous format able to generate all numbers from parts of an “8”, and the basis of every digital timepiece produc... read more

‘DEATH CLOCK: TATSUO MIYAJIMA’ Catalogue of “Marking Time”, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, 2012 (Essay by Haruko Tomisawa)

28 Apr 2013

DEATH CLOCK: TATSUO MIYAJIMA Haruko Tomisawa Japanese artist Tatsuo Miyajima has created three works containing the word ‘death’ in their titles. They are ‘Death of Time’ (1990 – 92), ‘Mega Death’ (1999), and ‘Death Clock’ (2003 – present). Miyajima ... read more

Tatsuo Miyajima: ‘Talking Art’ at Tate Modern in London, 2010

28 Jul 2010

Tatsuo Miyajima: Talking Art at Tate Modern in London. Only digital sound data.... read more

‘Art is wanted by man therefore it is’ Catalogue of Contemporary Art Center, Art Tower Mito, 2008 , (Essay by Tsukasa Mori)

20 Apr 2008

Art is wanted by man therefore it is Tsukasa Mori Artist Tatsuo Miyajima, as a professor of the Kyoto University of Art and Design’s International Research Center for the Arts, planned, hosed and ran the Artists Summit Kyoto in the autumn of 2005. Mi... read more

‘Light of Death, Again’ Detour Leading toward “Tatsuo Miyajima-Beyond the Death”, Catalogue of Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto, 2005 , (Essay by Hiroshi Minamisima)

23 Jul 2005

‘Light of Death, Again’ Detour Leading toward Hiroshi Minamisima   You’ve actually only come here to see the 600 degree’s thirst, haven’t you? To the land which seemed like the one to you. To the very place you can see the invisible ... read more

TATSUO MIYAJIMA ‘THE LGIHT OF TIME’ Catalogue of Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Rome, 2004, (Essay by Danilo Eccher)

22 Mar 2004

TATSUO MIYAJIMA ‘THE LGIHT OF TIME’ Danilo Eccher The neurosis of LEDs superimposing, stumbling over and chasing each other is the frontier of an aesthetic extension that the art of Tatsuo Miyajima aims to explore. On the one hand, the pr... read more

‘THE DELUGE OF TIME PAINTING AND NUMBERS ON THE SURFACE OF ART’ Catalogue of Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Rome, 2004, (Essay by Achille Bonito Oliva)

22 Mar 2004

THE DELUGE OF TIME PAINTING AND NUMBERS ON THE SURFACE OF ART Achille Bonito Oliva Between full and empty, between noise and silence, between number and pause, time writes its own total. For this is the sum of all numbers and of all pauses. And the p... read more

‘The place of Time’ Catalogue of Artsonje Center, Seoul, 2002, (Essay by Dan Cameron)

7 Sep 2002

The place of Time Dan Cameron Tatsuo Miyajima is one of the most significant artist to have emerged during the tumultuous late 1980s, as part of an overall transformation within contemporary art from an expressionist paradigm to one more closely rela... read more

‘Tatsuo Miyajima: Count of Life’ Catalogue of Artsonje Center, Seoul, 2002, (Essay by Kim Sun Jung )

7 Sep 2002

Tatsuo Miyajima: Kim Sun Jung My first encounter with Tatsuo Miyajima’s work was at ‘Special Exhibition of Recycling through Art’ at 1993 Daejeon Expo. Sine then, more encounters took place in various locals – group exhibition such as Taipei and Shan... read more

‘WHITHER THE ARTS?’ : Tatsuo Miyajima, Catalogue of the Japan Pavilion at the ’48th Venice Biennale’, 1999, (Essay by Junichi Shioda)

6 Jun 1999

Whither the Arts? Junichi SHIODA (Commissioner, the Japan Pavilion at the 48th Venice Biennale) What is the state of the arts today as the twentieth century draws to a close? Where and in what direction will they move with the drawing of the new mill... read more

‘Zero Does Not Count’, “transcript, vol. 3, Issue 1”, 1997, ( Interview by Janice Hart and Alan Woods)

24 Jun 1997

Tatsuo Miyajima : My performance work has its origins in 1980, when I was a student at art school. I was interested in performance art for five years and then stopped for ten years, during which time I turned to the idea that objects might be perpe... read more
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