People also ask
Who is Krzysztof Wodiczko?
What was the Hiroshima projection?
Where is Stanisz Wodiczko from?
Who is Bohdan Wodiczko?
Krzysztof Wodiczko Production still from the Art in the Twenty-First Century Season 3 episode, Power. © Art21, Inc. 2005. Krzysztof Wodiczko discusses his 1999 project, Hiroshima Projection, which involved projecting the hands of atomic bomb survivors onto the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, one of the few structures still standing after the blast.
「Krzysztof Wodiczko: Projection in Hiroshima」のtrailerです。DVD http://amzn.to/2B3sbJbWeb http://www.ufer.co.jp/works/wodiczko/index.htmlvimeo trailer: https
- 3 min
- Ufer! Art Documentary
In 1998, Krzysztof Wodiczko received the 4th Hiroshima Art Prize “for his contribution as an artist to the world peace”, in 2004 Kepesz Award at MIT, in 2005 award for “distinguished body of artistic work” by the College Art Association, in 2007 Katarzyna Kobro Award in Poland and in 2008 the Skauchegan Medal for Sculpture.
Krzysztof Wodiczko discusses his 1999 project, Hiroshima Projection, which involved projecting the hands of atomic bomb survivors onto the Hiroshima Peace Memorial, one of the few structures still standing after the blast. Galleries 4
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Krzysztof Wodiczko (born April 16, 1943) is a Polish artist known for his large-scale slide and video projections on architectural facades and monuments.
- industrial designer, tactical media artist
- 1943 (age 77–78), Warsaw, Poland
Nov 20, 2009 · Krzysztof Wodiczko Friday, November 20, 2009 "The Hiroshima Projection" 1999 This project was a collaboration between the artist and the Hiroshima A-Bomb dome foundation.
The 1st Hiroshima Art Prize ISSEY MIYAKE, 1990. The 4th Hiroshima Art Prize KRZYSZTOF WODICZKO, 1999 Public Projection, Hiroshima. The 7th Hiroshima Art Prize CAI GUO-QIANG, 2008 Unmanned Garden. The 10th Hiroshima Art Prize MONA HATOUM, 2017 Remains of the Day
Wodiczko’s interest in doing this project was started when he received the Hiroshima Prize. This prize is given to artists who further the cause of world peace. As Wodiczko said “I don’t think I deserve this prize, but once it was given to me I decided to accept it on the condition that I will try to deserve this prize.
Krzysztof Wodiczko collaborated with twelve refugees who have been resettled in the United States; their filmed likenesses and spoken narratives are superimposed on the historic 1881 monument to Admiral David Glasgow Farragut, lauded in his day as a Union naval hero during the Civil War.
- related to: krzysztof wodiczko hiroshima
amazon.com has been visited by 1M+ users in the past month