Green x




Digital and physical platform for rethinking and creating common space while playing together

Ecological and Biological Matter of Art

Participatory collective knowledge as a resource :

This idea of private fundraising for a non-profit way (redeemable to members) also applies to retirees. Also for those isolated from society after their retire, this is an opportunity to rethink autonomy through creative activity as a community.

The concept of social welfare does not include "fullness of life". The rethinking of fullness of life is only possible through individual autonomy.

-> Ecological dream (in the works)

How to create a common space?

What is a common space?

For example, there can exist a common space between two houses or two flats.

sharing and caring

A common space is a 'shared' space. – sharing and carinIt was my suggestion in artistic research N.N-Zwischenliegend/spatial installation in 2019, to create a common space as a wide transitional space between the eastern and the western border. – the political conflicts and future commons
However, it does not work anymore, due to the war.  
N.N-Zwischenliegend/spatial installation dealt with the topic of in-between, on time, space and body at mental level and phisical level.


Ecological dream (in the works)

Green x - the starting point of artistic research:

The proposal for the artist in residence program at the empirical aesthetics of the Max Planck institute in 2021 for the year 2022

between inhabit(ing) and habit

Workshops and practical exploring

Warp machine: Transforming of gaps between tradition in arts and contemporary research

I conceived the workshop series with the guest lectures:

- Joseph Nechvatal (Artist, Art critic in the contexts of fine arts and art and science, School of Visual Arts, New York, MFACA, Faculty Member ):

- Thomas Fuchs (A German Doctor and Neuroscientist/A German Psychiatrist and Philosopher, Deutsche Gesellschaft für phänomenologische Forschung e.V. (DGPF) ): His research is in phenomenology in philosophy but in the context of anthropology. -> environmental

- Bence Nanay (Professor of Philosophy and BOF Research Professor (ZAPBOF), Centre for Philosophical Psychology, University of Antwerp.):

I studied sculpture under Prof. in sculpture Hisashi Akutagawa at Hiroshima University. He was a member of the Sinseisaku (Neue Kunst) association of fine arts in Tokyo, who was established the Sinseisaku (Neue Kunst) association of fine arts in Tokyo together with the Artists.

In Japan, the Tokyo Imperial Art Academy (today's Tokyo University of Arts) was based on the metaphysical but on rhetoric. Hisashi Katagawa and other artists were against and critical Japanese Imperial Art Academy. He was a sculptor one of epistemological. He studied sculpture at the Tokyo University of Applied Arts.

His two works, we can see in the Hiroshima Memorial Peace Park. (Keyword: Monumental, Public art)

He taught ethics and its rhetoric in sculpture, which he did not from the catalogue of artists from the Western art historical aspect, but rather through the experience in everyday life,  for creating the project and its topics, and from the music score (in Neue Musik) on time and space, rhetoric of the Western fine arts in which terms of sculpture, that encompassed from Rodan till Giacometti (from Modern to Postmodern).

On Warp machine in the artistic research Green x:

I explore a research method in theoretical exploring in my artistic research on a method of transdisciplinary in fine arts.

I believe that something will come out of the chaos. My research question was on gap between body and mind in the environment, whether 'reading' is an experience towards the Philosophy of Information (its metaphysics), which research objectives do not analytic-based academic research in the context of empirical aesthetics. (for the research context of my artistic research which addresses transversal aesthetics in Fine arts)
It was my research proposal for the research method in the study program PhD in Fine arts in 2019. Thereby, the professor's question to me was, whether I will be able to reach in fine years? For that, before start to study in PhD in Fine arts, I should explore the research method.

What is the transdisciplinary research in fine arts?

I explore academic and scientific theories analogically–it was different of subjectivity by AI–but rather it was based on it through human perception, through reading, also not a traditional ontological research method in and from a discipline.

What came out, is the meta-epistemological research method. Those three researchers, their research is meta epistemological which is based on their experiences through reality.

As an artist in practice-based research, as a medical doctor in the case study, and as a philosopher through subjective aesthetic experience.

On aesthetic experience, thereby my questions are, whether the research of aesthetic experience should base on objectivity by the researcher? Is it philosophy and metaphysics?

What is ontology today from the aspect of the 21st century?

Currently, I explore, whether my research method in artistic research will possible to share with other researchers commonly?

In doing so, I explore 'embodiment' in the environment.

This learning method is so-called machine learning generally. However, I explore from the aspect of fine arts, I call it 'emotional learning'.

What is empirical research in fine arts?

This is a very important question for us artistic researchers in Fine arts because, through the material and artistic methodological research in fine arts, many things in reality and their nature are limited to exploration.

For example, for the traditional study of sculpture, Is it possible to explore it in the context of the knowledge of the 1st century metaphysically?

Warp machine and the objective of this artistic research Green x is for meta-epistemological research towards the traditional study of fine arts– for the new art from the perspective of the 21st century

Dealing with the issues of objectivity and subjectivity for subjective neutrality

 'ecology of the brain', Thomas Fucks

Who You Staring At?

Visual culture of the no wave scene in the 1970s and 1980s

February 1 – May 1, 2023, Centre Pompidou

Film, Video, Sound and Digital Collections consultation room
Museum, level 4

in the 21st century

Subjectivity and Objectivity, e.g. Love and Hate is similar to Mitochondria and Cancer Cell form the same person's and in a body.
There is no study on the topic of Love as well as Hate profoundly yet. The subject of 'Love and Hate' still literary expression.

The study of Thomas Fucks is a new dimension research.

The conclusion of this workshop series is on humanity in art and humanity through art which refers to life science and/or from the aspect of life science–human-being and environmental thinking

In terms of Queer study, Gender study and feminist theory

Study of art, we can start at this point actually.

No one can say that this photograph is mystic, this is just an unseeing image by light in photography. It is an image due to the exposure of the light reflected on the object. It is a characteristic of nature.

Furthermore, It belongs to how a person interprets this image. An interpretation does not apply to everyone. If a person interpreters this image as a mystic expression, that belongs to the context of a person's.

The term of 'mystic' addresses in the transcendental philosophy (context), that does not relate to this photograph (image). As a contribution of the art, the context of this photograph (image) is on the topic of the body and bodily organ. This argument towards the transcendental philosophy applies to the research by Walter Benjamin and many others, since more than 100 years.

What I took an epistemological photograph here is the "skin" of the (her) lips.

B.O.D.Y. - the second skin (2000–2009/2023)

Skin as an organ is a new seeing of bodily sense

in the 21st century

In the 21st century, the academic level is based on the contemproary philosophy in terms of life sceince from the 21st century.

Academia was the traditional highest of the Western academic society with the transcendence philosophy at its apex. Since post-war, there is no Academia internationally. Today's academic study is rather rhizomatic.

Corinna in this video performance "Drei bewegte Figuren" in 1999, she had autism disorder.

In 2003, she started to play with piano (improvisation), that was very interesting.

What are the 3 main symptoms of autism?
Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Difficulty with communication and interaction with other people.
  • Restricted interests and repetitive behaviors.
  • Symptoms that affect their ability to function in school, work, and other areas of life.


What are the 12 signs of autism?
Signs of autism in children
  • not responding to their name.
  • avoiding eye contact.
  • not smiling when you smile at them.
  • getting very upset if they do not like a certain taste, smell or sound.
  • repetitive movements, such as flapping their hands, flicking their fingers or rocking their body.
  • not talking as much as other children.


What are autism behaviors?
They can include: Repetitive body movements (e.g. rocking, flapping, spinning, running back and forth) Repetitive motions with objects (e.g. spinning wheels, shaking sticks, flipping levers) Staring at lights or spinning objects. Ritualistic behaviors (e.g. lining up objects, repeatedly touching objects in a set order)
Can an autistic person live a normal life?

The simple answer to this question is yes, a person with autism spectrum disorder can live independently as an adult. However, not all individuals achieve the same level of independence.


in the 20th century

Today's philosophy in arts and humanities:


First published: September 1982


Some authors have described Niels Rohr as “never being open to anything transcendental.” Wolfgang Pauli, on the other hand, spent many years trying to persuade Bohr to admit to a kind of’ mysticism. This study offers support to Pauli's claims. First, a distinction between what is vague on the one hand, and what is necessarily circular on the other, clarifies the work of Bohr. This discussion leads to comments on Bohr's attitude towards the mutuality of spirit and matter and of reason and mysticism. Finally, some reflections are made about the relevance of Bohr's covert transcendental philosophy for theological endeavors.

Learning from Prof. Dr Nanay (Arts and Humanities, not science):

My interest in his research is a 'neutrality' of transdisciplinary research, how he designed in a research context, and questioning what is psychology research transdisciplinary from the recent aspect of study.

What is life science?

Link to the article:

Transdisciplinary Research is defined as research efforts conducted by investigators from different disciplines working jointly to create new conceptual, theoretical, methodological, and translational innovations that integrate and move beyond discipline-specific approaches to address a common problem. (Source:

We had lots of fun! Life was so beautiful for creating the performance in the video.

Art teaching in aesthetic education as well as emotional education, thereby the most important is 'play' (to be creative alone or together with others in an environment).

Please do not teach any strategic techniques as the art making. It means that 'teaching art for the principle of and the methodology of in the artistic discipline. Thereby freie Kunst, freie Künste / liberal arts are the artistic discipline in fine arts.

The next step is the exploration of 'knowledge'.

Some years later, Heidi (mental disability) and Tim (disability with spasms) became a couple naturally, they loved each other profoundly. They could communicate with telepathy. It is today's recent research in neuroscience, to communicate with the robot through telepathy. We call it nonverbal communication in performing arts.

– telepathic communication by humans without intention

In other words, with intention, disability with spasms cannot move freely.

They need to release from her/his (own) body control by him-/herself at an individual level (knowing their own body, and its awareness by self).

My dance choreography is based on generating movement, without swing of two tempi, without tact, unintentionally and minimally.

Key points

New research suggests that cats may be more discerning about their owners than dogs when it comes to the nuances of their voice.
Cats have a stronger reaction to cat-directed speech than to human-directed speech, but only if their owner is talking.
Dogs tend to be less discerning and react to dog-directed speech regardless of who is talking.

Atomic Theory and the Description of Nature

Niels Bohr (1885–1962) was a Danish physicist who played a key role in the development of atomic theory and quantum mechanics, he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1922. First published in 1934, and reprinted in 1961, this collection contains four articles and an introductory survey. Originally written for various journals during the 1920s, the articles concern themselves with the epistemological significance of discoveries in quantum physics. Although aimed at physicists, they are generally non-technical, with only one using some elementary mathematics. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in Bohr's contribution to physics.

My understanding in this explanation by Prof. Dr Nanay.

- Between cat (as well as dog) and human has no possibility of 'conversation'.

In the human world, it applies between different native languages. However, humans are using 'code' for those gabs. e.g. unit, it is very important. It is a part of the foundation of 'notion' and its term by humans.


When I take pictures of animals, I look at the environment in where they live in and their psychological state.


I have no idea about the reaction of 'speech' by dog and cat. However, what I learned in a new research, there is a new term 'speech' by animals, that is not animals sound. Doc and cat have also specific code. It might be developed their code by dog and cat in the environment, would possible change their habits. The question on the topic of evolution of animals.

What is 'to deviate' from tradition?

The problem in post-Columbian South America is the colonialism that God is absolute, despite the contradiction that Christian idealism and real nature and environment in the Southern Hemisphere are diametrically opposed. It's the same in Africa. The natural environment in the southern hemisphere on the holy night when Christ was born is midsummer.

They are the contradictions of globalization that are still occurring today. Faith is then tied to indigenous religion. Monotheistic Christianity is polytheistic, or natural vaporization due to transformation such as Reincarnation. However,  Monotheistic Christianity originally, a powerful religion in the world historically, that is centred in Europe. Monotheistic Christianity originally does not allow them and there is the control by the European even today.

Theoretical Research Timeline

-> Over 20 years long, these subjects are the specific topics in my artistic research (in fine arts practically) in terms of aesthetics transdisciplinary.

PhD in Art proporsal


On contemporaneous

exploring since 2014

the first draft on minimalized or/and maximalized in 2015



PhD in Fine Arts

Pre-Doctoral tutorial under Prof. Giaco Schiesser, ZHK, Swizerland




XS: The Opera Opus

An Operatic Transvaluation of No Wave Aesthetics by Joseph Nechvatal and Rhys Chatham



Le Centre Ponpidou, Paris, France

Historical starting point of the atomic bomb project was by Germany, by German Nazi dictatorship and the national science institute Max Planck. Therefore, the occupation by German Nazi dictatorship military in Denmark and the denish national science insitute Niels Bohr, together western allied forces and the world bank against (not only) German Nazi dictatorship and their dictator allied foces Japan and Italy.

This artistic research Green x is from the aspect of the 21st century.

How can we–the young 21st century generation– will break the bad habits of the past in terms of life science? – A new logic as a new notion in a sentence

My artistic research relates to the doctoral work of Prof. Dr. Martin Supper (Musicology, Computer science, Linguistics. He studied at TU Berlin, on the point in which he epistemologically explored scientific knowledge of 'Random' as 'Randomness' in art and science in the academic discipline of musicology (arts and humanties) from the aesthetics and ethics.


After my research on the nature of Niels Bohr from the aspect of the recent notion, I will start to summarize my all proposals since 2015, which is the resource of my research


Medical Physico-Chemical Treatment or Medical Biological Treatment?

-  our alternative and fairness to the social conditions in the socio-medical system


The level of the situation in Hiroshima after 1945: People in Hiroshima had to understand in order to survive after the war is the level of Niels Bohr and Max Planck 's research. Research such as viruses is studied from physics. Another research aspect is from biology.

Corona pandemic lock down




The scientists in the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology received the Nobel Prize in Medicine 2022.

It was awarded to Svante Pääbo "for his discoveries concerning the genomes of extinct hominins and human evolution".

Bauhaus Foundation


Letter of Interest in Bauhaus Lab 2021

Vegetation under Power




Home (at) Home - Silence around us







Roland Barthes

and many others

The context in terms of today's Niels Bohr's research is e.g. Molecular engineering to cancer cells in medicine.

There are many different positions of research in this context.

One is objective cognition from the theory and datas (out of Hiroshima (location), and another one is subjective cognition from the long term of experience (in-situ/in Hiroshima (location).



Green x - a warp machine


between inhabit(ing) and habit

Empirical aesthetics, Max Planck Institute


Artist in residence



H.i.R.O.S.H.i.M.A. as a working title

On coexistence
from Mitochondria and Photosynthesis (immersion) into darkness (from revolution to evolution in own cell dynamic)
— Subjective neutrality from the aspect of biology


Erika Matsunami

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.


From Neurons to Consciousness and Creativity
Paul Thagard
Oxford Series on Cognitive Models and Architectures

3. Perception and Imagery
Why Perception and Imagery Matter to Mind and Society
From Sensation to Perception to Imagery
External Senses
Internal Senses
Mental Mechanisms for Imagery
Neural Mechanisms for Imagery
Uses of Imagery
Summary and Discussion
Notes to Chapter 3: Perception

In the context of Hiroshima


Geometrie der Nachhaltigen ->

Light and Life*. N. BOHR. Nature volume 131, pages 421–423 (1933)

My task as an artist:


I explore the possibility of conversation in the contemporary society where units are further differentiated.

On unit 'Nano' and its surroundings

– Coexistence in nature

It is in medicin, necessity of recuperation treatment for cancer patients.

The cancer cells are alive in the brain also, that is the great issue in medicine today.

Niels Bohr




---> o.T. - transformative process --->


It depends on the medium that exposes through the light, whether film as well as photo paper, or image sensor.

Differences between digital and analog photography

What is analogue photography?

On Darkness

Mental Imagery
Philosophy, Psychology, Neuroscience
Bence Nanay

Part III Multimodal perception
13:Multimodal mental imagery
14:Sense modalities in mental imagery
15:Sensory substitution and echolocation
18:Object files
Part IV Cognition
21:Boundary extension
22:Mental imagery versus imagination

A new notion in a sentence

In the International System of Units, the prefix "nano" means one-billionth, or 10-9; therefore one nanometer is one-billionth of a meter. A nanometer is one billionth of a meter, 0.000000001 or 10-9 meters. The word nano comes from the Greek word for “dwarf.” The term nanoscale is used to refer to objects with dimensions on the order of 1-100 nanometers (nm).

In the recent research

On cancer cells

A typical atom is anywhere from 0.1 to 0.5 nanometers in diameter. DNA molecules are about 2.5 nanometers wide. Most proteins are about 10 nanometers wide, and a typical virus is about 100 nanometers wide. A bacterium is about 1000 nanometers.

From the aspect of United States, but on subjective neutrality

The post-war disposition of Japan was to apologize for war crimes through the peaceful use of science, and to "contribute" by establishing a fund for the victims of Asian nations. It is different from the German way of apology for the massacre of Jews by German Nazi. However, it is the apology of Japanese for the Japanese imperialism during the Second World War for its war crimes to the Asian victims by Japan, which was the first country in the world by the atomic bombings.

Joseph Necvatal's 'Peace The New Sleep' as the photographic technique is rather 'transcript'.

Wolfgang Tillman's 'Freischwimmer' is the issue of Niels Bohr's in his 'light and life', in which context of transcendence philosophy phenomenologically. (In the sight of Niels Bohr was towards the occupation of Denmark by the German Nazi dictatorship during the Second World War)

Wolfgang Tillmans dealt with the original context through his 'Freischwimmer'. So, he overcame the transcendence philosophy  through his artistic act, namly he dealt thereby with the topic 'on moral'.

In the case of Japanese culture in transcendental philosophy, historically it was the import of foreign culture. There was no "philosophy" in Japan, only aesthetics as philosophy. Japanese cultural and art studies went back to antcient culture, just as western cultural and art studies were the starting point of New Art/Neue Kunst.

At this level, Joseph Necvatal has been working on his coined 'viral aesthetic' towards transcendence philosophy. Also, he deals with the topic of 'moral'.

– They are the artist in post-coronial era from the late of 20th century.

One possibility of future nuclear war is the using of nuclear weapons in a country of laws which is based on transcendental philosophy. I don't think that the eradication of nuclear weapons is wrong. Promoting the peaceful uses of science. What is the peaceful uses of science?

Towards 'democracy', this is a minimal objectivity, but from subjective aspect(s).

On slow

It is a natural phenomenon in the natural world that "something" is always happening dynamically.

The phenomenon of imitation of the digital natural environment is precisely focused for the research purpose of precise. (Research Target)

The effect of the drug in medicine is to control something that keeps happening.

Without medicine, we would continue to suffer because nature's actions and reactions would continue to repeat itself in our body.

However, it is questionable whether this digital research methodology applies to all natural ways. That's because the natural world is infinite (including the minimum) with time. The natural world is "the world without a whole", that change is very slow.

Preparation for the research 'B.O.D.Y. as ein Arbeitstitel

-> Digital photography and post-photographic era

The approach of the dark gallery CPH addresses the in-between of post-painting from tradition to modernity and post-photography of visual culture, which introspectively deals with current topics and socio-political issues.

In Post-photographic era, Phenomenologically and Meta-epistemologically

Recent research is the circumstances of the world of darkness.

Joseph Nechvatal

Immersion into Noise, 2011

A measure μ is called nonatomic if it has no atoms

Atomic theory states that matter is composed of discrete units called atoms, as opposed to the obsolete notion that matter could be divided into any arbitrarily small quantity. It began as a philosophical concept in ancient Greece (Democritus) and India and entered the scientific mainstream in the early 19th century.

Niels Bohr's nature as a subject, the Dark Gallery CPH was suggested to me in December 2022.


I have been exploring the topic in the context of my art project.


The digital image of the molecular (unit 'nano' and surroundings) is converted to film, and the image is developed into a work of art from scientific data.
Re-examination of exposure techniques for photographs in the analogue development process from recorded images of science.
thereby I deal with the doctoral thesis of my great-aunt and her husband/great-uncle.
– On Randomness

In the context of Hiroshima

Theoretical exploring: On writing science fiction (in terms of 'narrativity' in philosophy) as well as surrealism (from expressionism in art) and their resources in the B.O.D.Y. - Between auditory fiction and body-reality

Impressionism is practice-led research in art (towards a new art technique, which deals with the philosophy of art), expressonism is practice-based research in art (towards academic theory in terms of philosophy)

Through the exposure of the light and its reflections towards the objects in the environment on photographic paper or film, in physics, it was explored that there are substances that block specific spectrums of light. However, the exposing of the light on photographic paper, thereby specific use (with optic) the straight character of the light for the projection on photographic paper. Exposing on film, there is the space (surrounding).

In other words, the way of seeing has changed and the methodology has been explored. e.g. radiograph, that is an image produced on a sensitive plate or film by X-rays, gamma rays, or similar radiation, and typically used in medical examination.

Wolfgang Tillmans' work roots in German art and social-political history.

I think that his work was exposed to film, and literary on 'shadow' at the visual level. The existence of a "pair" that must coexist – on life and death

Thereby, 'co-existence' is not a static and harmonic state, but rather a dynamic.


Joseph Nechvatal, Peace The New Sleep, 1985-1986, graphite, photomechanical paper, Masonite. Collection Joseph Nechvatal

Barbara Ess, Sans titre, 1989, monochrome chromogenic print, pinhole camera, the Centre Pompidou collection

Every artist's work literarily deals with the basis of natural phenomena, Niels Bohr's light and life.

Each artist explores and dealts with a different topic of 'light and life'.

The main theme of Wolfgang Tilmans is the shadow, and he phenomenologically transcended the symbol of the "shadow" in transcendental philosophy with his artwork Freischwimmer. It applies to his reality on his body and that requires an emotional fluid state. - on Subjectivity (from subjectivity to objectivity, as a human act, it is awareness.)

Joseph Nechvatal's main topic is the same context of Tillman's, but he deals with the topic of bodiliy memory in his artwork Peace The New Sleep . – on Subjectivity (from subjectivity to objectivity, as a human act, it is awareness.  Methodologically in the objective(s) of the artistic research, it is the similar to the Klangkunst. – in the context of Surrealism and DADA

Joseph Nechvatal's in this context from original, which is based on No Wave Art movement.)

Barbara Ess's artwork Sans Titre, thereby she deals with the reflection of light and time. - Subjective neutrality without lens (optic)

Our act of "seeing" is to catch and analysis the reaction (includes emotional state) of light projected onto an object.

Inside the eye is a structure called the crystalline lens. As a result, it converts it into the perception of a mathematical logic called "contrast".

In my artwork B.O.D.Y. (from the portfolio 2000–2009) - the second skin (2003) , I deal with the theme, which is the contrast of lenses, which are the basics of photography, and the exploration and recognition of geometry. - on Ratio and its Subjective neutrality (with optic)

Tillmans and Nechvatal are the artists; they deal with 'Shadow' in the transcendence philosophy and deconstructed it in German idealism phenomenologcally and metaepistemologically. I am an artist, after their generation.

On Nechvatals'

His transcription of meta-epistemological art in post-photography. I mention that It was a starting point of the informational Western society in post-war.

On artistic technique and its new art genre of photography in fine arts/liberal arts in post-photographic era

Exposure on paper:

Wolfgang Tilmans 'Freischimmer'

Joseph Necvatal 'Peace The New Sleep'


The specific charactre of the photo series Portfolio B.O.D.Y. (2003 – 2009) refers to the way that the photograph is taken, regardless of who was in this image, which is an important statement in this project B.O.D.Y.. – feelings of closeness and distance

Exposure on film:

Barbara Ess 'Sans titre'


as well

Erika Matsunami Portfolio 'B.O.D.Y.'


Atomic Properties

  • Atomic is static type which means only one thread accesses the variable
  • Atomic is default behavior, and thread-safe, but it is slow because it ensures the process is completed entirely

Nonatomic Properties

  • Nonatomic is dynamic type which means multiple threads access the variable concurrently
  • Nonatomic is thread-unsafe, but it is fast

The background of Joseph Nechvatal exploration is on virus in literature/fine arts, as a unit is 'nano'.

- Exposire on film: Seeing without optic (lens)
- Reflection of light on object(s) and its space and time
- Principle of light in a space

I explore the exposure of the light and its reflections through digital materials for the exposing prints.

-> Photopolymerfilm (positive projection of digital data) in Photoradierung as an experimental analogue photography -> In between three artworks by three artists

This photographic work is based on physical phenomena in real space, which phenomena are not based on simulations of digital materials.



-> Developed the new prints technology

The exploring the methodology is one of the creativity by artist.

Post-colonialism and post-feminist approches:

Back ground of

Wolfgang Tilmans

Joseph Nechvatal

Erika Matsunami

How slow is the activity of the matter in the nature?
For example,

How long does uranium stay radioactive?

Uranium undergoes radioactive decay very slowly. The half-life for U238 is 4.5 billion years. After one half-life, a container that originally held 10,000 kg of pure U238 would be reduced to 5,000 kg of U238, along with approximately 5,000 kg of associated daughter products.

About the research and contributions of my great-aunt (Hideko) and great-uncle-in-law (Etsuo):

Immediately after the war, Etsuo made the greatest contribution to methodology.

The microscopic world is exposed on reversal film.
It is an observational study of nature and its phenomena.
Bohr's model itself could not define the unity of nature in terms of units.
Starting point of the definition of the units of the nano world.

My analogue and digital photography characteristics are based on their research methodology. It was an environment from my childhood, what I did not study at school.

I can analyse these works of three artists epistemologically.

In the European tradition, interpreting and literary appreciation of works of art is a common way of interacting with works of art. Thus, through the interaction with philosophy ontological, we will coin a theory of art or analyse in the context of philosophy ontological. However, these three artists in post war, rejected the European tradition, interpreting and literary appreciation of works of art. There is nothing to interprete, there is just a fact of phenomenon, what we can see on the two dimensional surface. It is the art in the post-photographic era. If you interpret anything about these art works, it's like putting drops of water on a table and interpreting your fortune by its "chance". However, the evaluation of these works of art relates to the philosophy of science in post-war. At this level, I can explore profoundly and wirte on the topics.

- Nuclear bomb tests after World War II

- Discrimination and prejudice regarding the probability of birth of children with disabilities and malformed children against exposed women (as well secon and third generations) after the atomic bombing.

- Cancer

- VIH virus and AIDS
From the side of female infected

- Nuclear bomb and American colonialism, as well as in the USA

- VIH virus and AIDS
Homo-sexuality and humanity

B.O.D.Y. (from portfolio 2000–2009) - the second skin (2023)

Artistic research B.O.D.Y. - Between auditory fiction and Body-reality

Criticism is an act of 'self-reflection' (in ones or in anation), not for others (that is not accusation/Vorwurf). However, there is 'argument' towards other culture.


From Micro world to Nano world

From analogue to digital

On introspection

- dealing with the topic(s) through artistic act

My relation to Niels Bohr 'Light and Life' from the aspect of artistic research and current resarch of biology and physics is on mitochondria and photosynthesis, with which topic will I deal through the artistic act practically and introspective.

Recently I explore 'randomness' is the topic of Prof. Dr. Martin Supper, who received his doctorate in musicology (computer music) in the Netherlands (Dutsh study). He translated this topic into Arts and Humanity epistemologically and methodologically.
 That is a common research topic between Prof. Dr. Hideo Fujii (Nakatsui) and Prof. Dr. Etsuo Fujii in natural science /Chemistry and Physics. Their important research was at the University of Montreal in Canada. They researched also Chinese mathematics. It is the same as Prof. Dr. Martin Supper's research in music composition. Differences between French and German phenomenology date back to the Renaissance.

Briefly, my task on this topic is that I explore the peaceful use of science, therefore, I explore its possibility as human creativity.
So, I explore 'creativity' by humans. Its methodology is a new study of art, that is the objective(s) of my artistic research, thereby including artistic technique.

Hideko's mother (Rai Nakatsui (Fukuhara))'s father (Fukuhara) was a Dutch scholar and a student of Yukichi Fukuzawa, who was the founder of Keio University. The origin of the Dutch school was founded by Yukichi Fukuzawa  1835 – 1901 (who was the founder, and established the Keio University, Tokyo in 1858) in Kyushu in southern Japan.

Hideko was the youngest sister of my grandmother.

Peace The New Sleep, 1985-1986 by Joseph Nechvatal

I understand his work Peace The New Sleep (1985–1986) is the notation of his work and blueprint. From an artistic-technical perspective, I'm exploring it as a transcription. He transformed something x into a new observational notion.


From the metaphysical exploring in the (Western) arts historically, it is dispositive, but from the biological aspect methodologically, it is an observational exploration.

In general, people (artists, creators) in western visual arts have done that the concept was transformed into a metaphysical something x.


Bence Nanay mentions in his essay Aesthetics As Philosophy of Perception (OUP, 2016) on something x from the observational aspect of Paul Klee's 'x' on two-dimensional surface. I dealt with this topic in my artwork B.O.D.Y. - そして、それから_work in progress (2018)_x_pain of love.

1. My association with the works

Freischwimmer by Wolfgang Tillman 2003


Peace The New Sleep, 1985-1986 by Joseph Nechvatal,

On HIV-Virus in the human body

HIV-virus is a shortcut (abbreviation (abbr.) of the term in linguistics) of the human immunodeficiency viruses.

What he corresponded in this his work 'Freischwimmer', that is a projected shadow–the shadows of the "materials"  were exposed on the photographic paper–is the matter, and it was the substance as the material which is opaque to light.

The AIDS virus is a type of virus that enters and hijacks human cells.

Wolfgang Tilmans's work on death and life from subjectivity to objectivity, and contrast with his work, which is by Joseph Nechvatal, who coined 'viral aesthetics' practically from objectivity to subjectivity on this subject of HIV-Virus– the matter of art

The photography is the handcrafts working the photo camera (apparatus, instrument) in the art, and Nechvatal's paintig with the help of the robotc arm is also a hand crafts working apparatus, instrument in the art.


Mental Imagery
Philosophy, Psychology, Neuroscience
Bence Nanay

Part III Multimodal perception
13:Multimodal mental imagery
14:Sense modalities in mental imagery
15:Sensory substitution and echolocation
18:Object files
Part IV Cognition
21:Boundary extension
22:Mental imagery versus imagination

The first step of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) replication cycle—binding and entry into the host cell—plays a major role in determining viral tropism and the ability of HIV to degrade the human immune system. HIV uses a complex series of steps to deliver its genome into the host cell cytoplasm while simultaneously evading the host immune response. To infect cells, the HIV protein envelope (Env) binds to the primary cellular receptor CD4 and then to a cellular coreceptor. This sequential binding triggers fusion of the viral and host cell membranes, initiating infection.


Viruses are perfect parasites. It has been known for decades that once a virus gets inside a cell, it hijacks the cellular processes to produce virally encoded protein that will replicate the virus’s genetic material. Viral mechanisms are capable of translocating proteins and genetic material from the cell and assembling them into new virus particles. Contemporary research has revealed specific mechanisms viruses use to get inside cells and infect them.


An individual viral particle, called a virion, is a far simpler structure than a bacterium. It has often been questioned whether a virus is alive. It is certainly not living in the everyday sense of the word. Virions consist of genetic material—DNA or RNA enclosed in a protein coating. Many viruses, called enveloped viruses, have an additional outer membrane that encloses the protein coat. This membrane envelope is material co-opted from the cell’s own membrane. As the new virion buds out from an infected host cell, it is wrapped by the cell’s bilayer membrane and carries with it any protein that happens to be embedded in the membrane at the budding site. Enveloped viruses are then free to begin a new cycle of infection by fusing their cell-derived envelope with the cellular membrane of an uninfected cell.


What type of virus is the AIDS virus?


The human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) is grouped to the genus Lentivirus within the family of Retroviridae, subfamily Orthoretrovirinae [1].