アラキトロニクス / Arakitronics

荒木 経惟 / Nobuyoshi Araki

¥2,500 + tax

Publisher/風雅書房

   Published/1994
Format/ハードカバー   Pages/-   Size/218*270*25
Google翻訳
"Arakitronics / Arakitronics" is a collection of photographs that represent Japan's leading photographer, Keigo Araki. This book is a collection of images reconstructed for the CD-ROM "Arakitronics", the first work Araki used a digital camera. Shot in a studio with a single female model, it is composed mainly of fetish nudity dressed in fishnets and kimonos. "Araki's attempt here is a challenge to the traditional way of photography that gives a privileged meaning to one cut and is to be governed by arbitrary aesthetics. It's not a quantity but a quantity However, not an instant but a sequence, but an order rather than an order, the essential anarchism of the image is opposed to the principle that has continued to secretly control photography, "the photo critic Koitaro Iizawa wrote at the end of the book However, in new formats such as digital and CD-ROM, it seems to be working on updating the way of showing and expressing the pictures. When printing, some photos are rough and lacking in resolution, but they are expressing "the power inherent to Eros straight".
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