I IN THE 22ND CENTURY
In the spirit of welcoming and celebrating the new century, we have created a very special art exhibition entitled ‘I in the 22nd Century’. The purpose of this exhibition is to shed light on the mysterious anti-hero ‘I’ and her accomplices who seventy years ago provoked a peaceful social revolution known as the Great Dynamic. This unprecedented cultural movement transformed us into the politically open, creative and dynamic society we are today.
This exhibition presents artworks by a group of anonymous people known as S-Humans – humans created from synthetic DNA. After being ‘deprogrammed’ by the enigmatic character ‘I’, each S-Human began to obsessively create artworks about ‘I’ and her effect on them.
i22 Production Committee – 1st January 2101
The Video Artist
I in the 22nd Century — Artists
Curator — Robert (o) Iolini
The i22 Installation can be exhibited in multi channel video format with or without print media. Please contact Robert Iolini for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
Joanna is an illustrator based in Poland. She received her MFA in Graphic Arts in 2010. She works mainly in the fields of illustration and comics. Other times she’s busy fangirling. More information about Joanna can be found at www.joannakrotka.com
Chizu started painting shodo at the age of 16 and studied calligraphy with Mr Eguchi Oima. She Graduated from Kyoto Narashi Women’s Junior College Design Course majoring in oil painting. For over twenty years she worked as an exclusive kimono designer and dyer. Chizu began her professional career as a shodo artist in 2002. She has had solo and group exhibitions in Japan and Germany.
Yukiko was born in Kyoto, and received her Master of sculpture degree from Kanazawa College of Art, Kanazawa in 2011. Since then she has focused on Photography. In 2018 she won the KG+ Award 2018 Japan, and the IPOTY – International Photographer of the Year award USA. www.yukikosugiyama.com
Nono was born in Kyoto in 1999. While not studying lacquer art at University, Nono spends her time playing the bass guitar, illustrating, writing poetry and reading comics.
David is an Australian creator of films, sounds and images. More information can be found on David’s website www.nerlich.org
Ross Gibson is Centenary Professor of Creative & Cultural Research at the University of Canberra. In this role, he works collaboratively to produce books, films and artworks and he supervises postgraduate students in similar pursuits. Details about Ross can be found here www.rossgibson.com.au
Robert (Roberto) Iolini is an internationally recognised artist, filmmaker, composer and radio producer. His creative experience incorporates twenty years of producing innovative and meaningful time-based media works that are stylistically diverse, and united by a philosophical approach. Iolini makes work about humans and how we behave in contemporary cultural environments. www.iolini.com
This project has been partly funded by: