HIRO YAMAGATA

هيرو ياماغاتا
ヒロ·ヤマガタ
Хиро Ямагата

Quantum Field X3

source: artfacts.net

Hiro Yamagata focuses on the technique as well as on physics. By using lasers as a mean of expression, he searches for the possibilities of creation , constantly looking for a new technique to experiment. Consequently, his aim is science itself and his creations have the goal to present a new technique which is often futuristic. Currently Hiro Yamagata shows his latest work, two building-sized cubes covered with holographic Mylar panels at the seaharbour of Yokohama (see www.hiroyamagata.com).
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source: tomathon

A couple walks past ‘Quantum Field- X3′, an art installation by Japanese artist Hiro Yamagata, in Bilbao, northern Spain, January 27, 2005. The work, which is displayed outside the Guggenheim museum, consists of two giant cubes made up of holographic panels that reflect and refract visible light frequencies.REUTERS/Vincent West
As a side note, people in the Basque country (Euskal Herria) think of their ‘nation’ as Basque, while they live in “the Spanish State”. So saying Bilbao (or Bilbo) is in Spain, is like saying Belfast is in England. Even the people who want to continue with Spanish government would say they live in the Basque region(‘nation’) of Spain (the governmental entity).
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source: hierophant

Hiro Yamagata, nascido em 30 de Maio de 1948, na cidade de Maibara, na província de Shiga, Japão.
Um artista, com sede em Los Angeles,Califórnia.
Ele é considerado como um dos mais famosos artistas de silkscreen devido à sua utilização de cores vivas em suas peças e também por usar a tecnologia de holograma e laser, ganhando o status de ser conhecido como um dos pioneiros da arte contemporânea laser