Hiroshi Yoshioka and Tad Ermitano will hold a forum on perspectives on New Media Art in Asia, their experiences during the Ogaki Biennale in Japan, and how “media art” is tied to changing ideas of identity, art, and technology.
Hiroshi Yoshioka (Aesthetics / Professor, Kokoro Research Center, Kyoto University)
Hiroshi Yoshioka is a professor of aesthetics and art theory from Kyoto University, the director of the Kyoto Biennale and Ogaki Biennale, the editor of chair of ICOMAG (International Conference of Manga, Animation, Games and Media Art) and the president of Japan Society for Aesthetics.
Tad Ermitano (Media Artist, Art Writer)
Tad Ermitano is a Media Artist and Art Writer and is considered a leading fugure in Philippine media art. His films and media installations have been exhibited in various art venues and festivals, such as the National Museum of Singapore, the Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival, and the 2016 Venice Biennale of Architecture.
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