NT & Associates

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Public Collections

  • Museum of Modern Art, New York
  • O Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
  • Takamatsu City Museum, Kagawa, Japan
  • Toyama Prefecture Modern Museum, Toyama, Japan
  • Nagoya Prefecture Modern Museum, Nagoya, Japan
  • National Art Museum, Osaka, Japan

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Selected Awards

2004 Winner of 2nd Prize for Nabi Digital Storytelling Competition of Intangible Heritage, Organized by Art Center Nabi under the official endorsement of UNESCO
2000 Accepted for Interactive Art section Award in ARS Electronica (Linz, Austria)
2000 Accepted for Vida3.0 Artificial Life “Unconscious Flow” (Fundación Telefónica, Spain)
1997 First Prize, L‘Oreal Grand Prix for research combining art and science Award
1993 Accepted for Ars Electorica ’93 : Artificial Life (Linz, Austria)
1990 Accepted for SCAN ’90 Video Art Exhibition (Tokyo, Japan)
1989 Accepted for ARTEC ’89: First Nagoya International Biennial (Nagoya City Science Museum, Japan)
1988 Accepted for the BACA’s 21st Annual Film-Video Festival (Jefferson Market Library, New York)
1987 Accepted for The 21st Annual New York Film-Video Exposition (Metropolitan Art Museum, New York)
Accepted for the San Francisco International Film Festival: Golden Gate Awards (San Francisco)
Accepted for Video Culture Canada ’87 (Toronto, Canada)
Second prize at the American Film & Video Festival: Video Art Section (New York)
Accepted for SIGGRAPH ’87 (Anaheim, California)
1986 3rd prize for Independent Artist Selection, National Computer Graphics Association(Anaheim, California)
A Bronze Prize at The International High technology Art Exhibition (Tokyo, Japan)
Accepted for 2nd International Biennale Video CD 85 (Ljubljana, Yugoslavia)
Accepted for SIGGRAPH Art Show ’86 (Dallas Texas)

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Selected Solo Exhibition

2015 TOSA RIMPA :” You will never visit” (Ikkan Art Gallery, Singapore)

“RIMPA School 400 years Anniversary Projection Mapping Wind god and Thunder God” (Kyoto National Museum, Japan)

2014 “Space Flower” (Ikkan Art Gallery, Singapore)
“Sound of Ikebana” (LWH Gallery Shanghai, China)
Projection Mapping “Sound of Ikebana: Four Season” (Art Science Museum, Singapore)
2013 “Sound of Ikebana: Four Season” (Art Science Museum, Sinagapore)
“VISION 悟” (Museum of Art and Design, Sinagapore)
2012 “Under Water Sansui with Four Gods” at Digital Gallery (YEOSE EXPO, Korea)
“New Media Art Showcase – Naoko Tosa & Tian Xiao Lei” (INPUT OUTPUT Gallery, Hongkong)
2011 “Cultural Bits” Empowering Art of the Future (Japan Creative Center, Singapore)
“ZENetic Computer” (Aquarium Cinéaqua Paris,France)
2009 “Sei Sei Rei Rei” (The World Heritage Kamigamo–jinja Shinto Shrine, Kyoto, Japan)
2004 “Art of ZEN” (Kodaiji ZEN Temple Kyoto,Japan)
2003 “ZENetic Computer” (MIT MUSEUM Main Gallery, USA)
2000 “Unconscious Flow” (Art Center Nabi Seoul, Korea)
1999 Interactive installation Neuro Kid “MIC” (V2_organization Rotterdam, Netherlands)
1992 “NEURO-BABY ’S BIRTHDAY” (Gurdean-Gurden Gallery Tokyo, Japan)
NEURO-BABY (IMUZU Bld. Mitsubishi socio-tech plaza Fukuoka,Japan)
1990 “Naoko Tosa New Works-Neuro Computer and Inner Vision” (Gallery Kousai Tokyo, Japan)

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Selected Group Exhibition

2015 “New Media Art Exhibition” (Ikkan Art Gallery, Singapore)
2015 “TOSA RIMPA” showing at CLEAR EDITION and GALLERY (Art Stage Singapore,Singapore)
2014 “Creative Machine” (Goldsmith University of London,England)
2014 “Sound of IKEBANA” showed by Ikkan Art Gallery (Art Stage Singapore,Singapore)
2011 Japan Media Arts Festival in Kyoto “Parallel World” ( Kyoto Art Center, Japan)
2006 Sense of Computer (Kyoto University Museum, Japan)
2005 Anime Charactor Draemon Art Exhibition (Kumamoto Prefectural Museum of Art, Japan)
1996 Protean Artists of The Times (The National Museum of Art Osaka, Japan)
1994 “Talk to me” Interactive Art Exhibition (Sum Museum Osaka, Japan)
1993 “Accepted of ACM SIGGARAPH Machine Culture Exhibition” The Art of SIGGRAPH1993 (Anaheim Convention Center, USA)
“Private Vision- Japanese Video Art in the 1980′s” The Japan Foundation Travelling Show (European Media Art Festival Osnabruk, Germany)
“Private Vision- Japanese Video Art in the 1980′s” The Japan Foundation Travelling Show (Art Futura Barcelona, Spain)
A-Life World (Tokyo International Art Museum, Japan)
“Private Vision- Japanese Video Art in the 1980′s” The Japan Foundation Travelling Show (Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts Budapest, Hungary)
“Private Vision- Japanese Video Art in the 1980′s” The Japan Foundation Travelling Show (Art Gallery of Ontario, Canada)
“Private Vision- Japanese Video Art in the 1980′s” The Japan Foundation Travelling Show (Art gallery of New South Wales Sydney, Australia)
“Private Vision- Japanese Video Art in the 1980′s” The Japan Foundation Travelling Show (Queensland Art Gallery Brisbane, Australia)
1992 “Private Vision- Japanese Video Art in the 1980′s” The Japan Foundation Travelling Show (Museum of Comtempory Art Sydney, Australia)
“Private Vision- Japanese Video Art in the 1980′s” The Japan Foundation Travelling Show (Art Space Auckland, New Zealand)
“Private Vision- Japanese Video Art in the 1980′s” The Japan Foundation Travelling Show (Centre International d’Art Contemporain de Montréal Canada)
“Private Vision- Japanese Video Art in the 1980′s” The Japan Foundation Travelling Show (The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts Copenhagen, Denmark)
1990 Locarno International Video Festival (Locarno, Switzerland)
Monveliarl International Video Festival(Monveliarl, France)
1989 4th Contemporary Art Festival – Image of Today (Toyama Prefectural Modern Art Museum, Japan)
1988 Video Festival; Japan Now – Sweden Now (Kalturhuset, Sweden)
Fukui International Video Biennale (Phoenix Plaza Fukui, Japan)
EXPERIMENTS IN ANIMATION Exhibition (O Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan)
1987 Art on Computer (O Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan)
ACM/SIGGRAPH traveling Art Show:25years of Computers in the Arts (California State University)
Image de Future ’87 (Montreal, Canada)
Video Select ’87 (Hokkaido Prefectural Modern Art Museum, Japan)
1986 “Private Vision- Japanese Video Art in the 1980′s” (The Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA)

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Bibliography

2014 Interview (Asian Art News, Vol24 Number 6 Nov. and Dec.2014)
Interview (Time out Shanghai)
2011 “Information Art” written by Stephan Willson, Published by MIT press.
2000 TIME Magazine “A Star is Born”
1993 “Ars Eletronica “A-life” Published by PVS Verleger
Visual Proceeding -The art programs of SIGGRAPH’93-

Published by ACM SIGGRAPH
Computer Graphics Art Works -DIGITAL IMAGE-

Published by GRAPHICSHA Co.,ltd.
1992 A COLLECTION OF CONTEMPORARY ART GALLERIES

Published by Pia books Co.,ltd
1989 4th Contemporary Art Festival -Image of Today

Published by Toyama Prefectural Modern Museum
NIKKEI Computer Graphics Magazine Cover Mar. ’89

Published by NIKKEI BP Co.,ltd.
“Private Visions -Japanese Video Art in the 1980’s”

Published by The Japan Foundation
World Graphics Design New 6th Edition “Computer Graphics”

Published by Kodansha Co.,ltd.
JAPAN AD Production year book Special visual world by Computer

Published by Rokurikusha Co.,ltd.
1988 ANIMATION EVOLUTION -Japanese experimental animation-

Published by O Art Museum, Japan
1987 Design News No.192~195 ILLUST RELATION

Published by Ministry of International Trade and Industry.
ART ON COMPUTER

Published by O Art Museum, Japan
1986 Exhibition Catalog “New Video Japan”

Published by Museum of Modern Art, New York

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Keynote Speech and Invited Lectures


2009 “Cultural Computing in Media,” Keynote speech at 4th Conference on Digital Media and it’s application
in Museum & Heritage. Organized by IEEE VR Committee, China Society of Image and Graphics.
2008 “Cultural Computing” at National Museum of Singapore, The Salon, ISEA
2007 “Entertainment & Robotics” The Science Centre, Singapore
2004 “Cultural Computing” Invited Lecture at Colombia University Graduate of Electronic Engineering Dept.
“Cultural Computing” Invited Lecture at Harvard University Graduate of School of Design
2002 “Zenetic Computer” Lecture at Class of MAS.878 Experiences in Interactive Expression, Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Art & Technology” Lecture at Class of MAS.879A Cinematic and Computational Art, Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
“Art & Technology” Lecture at Harvard University Graduate of School of Design
“Interactive Comedy” Lecture at “Haru Festival” Consulate-General of Japan in Boston
1999 “Wiretap 5.12 – The Immaculate Conception Reversed…” V2_ Organization Rotterdam,Netherlands

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