H.i.R.O.S.H.i.M.A. as a working title
from Mitochondria and Photosynthesis (immersion) into darkness (from revolution to evolution in own cell dynamic)
— Subjective neutrality from the aspect of biology
This project consists of two parallel lines. One is the story of my unique family in Hiroshima in 1945, just after the atomic bomb was dropped on Hiroshima and after the war. It will be represented online for visitors in the Dark Gallery CPH.
The second line is analogue photography, which will be represented in the Dark Gallery CPH.
There are three rooms in the Dark Gallery CPH, as for the three parts of the photographs represented. The first room works on the theme of homage, which I processed in analogue black and white photography from 2012-2016 after the death of my great-aunt and grandmother to leave memories. Within, I dedicate myself to all victims of the second world war in the world.
The second room is On Unit 'Nano' and its surroundings – Coexistence in nature, where I dealt with the theme of darkness, which addresses Niels Bohr's nature "Light and Life". I will create new work in 2023.
The final room is represented by mapping archival footage of my great aunt, who died in 2012, and her husband, who died in 2016. Both are Japanese scientists and professors of post-war Japan. My great-aunt was a survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima in 1945. I deal with phenomenology in analogue photography and the philosophy of photography epistemologically. (As a starting point, I am working on my great-aunt's doctoral thesis. From this point of view, I mention that photography would overcome painting in terms of the philosophy of art. Which is an affirmation of representational art that draws on phenomena and would occur in certain situations and conditions (Which is a confirmation of the artistry of depiction, that draws on phenomena and that would occur in specific situations and conditions) - which cannot be metaphysically explained by human drawings.)
Conclusion in this project H.i.R.O.S.H.i.M.A. as a working title is on the peaceful using and sharing of scientific research, that referes to the artistic research Geometry of Geometrie der 'Nachhaltig/sustained'. – Between Artistic Research Project and Art Project
Especifically, I am exploring what the path to peaceful using and sharing of Niels Bohr's notion commonly.
That was in my great-aunts and great-uncle's post-war research (they habe been researched photosensitive materials for film. For example, radiography) and its ethics from my great-aunt's doctoral research. That is Responses to nature and the environment, and differences between cultures.
This project is my contribution from the point of view of photographic science (in physics and biology) in the discipline of arts and humanities – between physical phenomenon and digital phenomenon in photography – is the research in artistic techniques for an exploration of an advanced artistic technique in the digital informational age.
Considering from the current nano research level, analogue photography will become even more profound as an artistic technique in fine arts (heritage). – post-painting (as well as Rembrandt van Rijn's generation, painters depicted from the photograph.)
I have a great respect for the danish art scene in arts and humanities, as well as Copenhagen Photo Festival and the dark gallery CPH for the anaolgue photography.
Their (my great-aunt and great-uncle) research was even in theoretical physics, that was from the observation based research, did not the research for model of the nature. Their (my great-aunt and great-uncle) research in photographic engineering was the study of photosensitive materials in the spectrum of light in air.
In post-war, how much the photographic culture higher inspiration gave us in everyday life – we call that 'memory' individually, collective 'memory' or cultrary 'spirit of time/Zeitgeist'.
Their (my great-aunt and great-uncle) research applied
to the film for the photography and the film, as well as photographic paper and polaroid.