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Set for Fox 9 News, February 6, 2003
Photo: Cameron Wittig
Takuji KOGO

lives and works in Yokohama, Japan


Takuji Kogo has organized collaborative and web projects at *candy factory, a gallery space in Yokohama, Japan, he founded in 1998. In 2000 the gallery space closed and since then he has been developing projects in museum or exhibition spaces. (http://www.bekkoame.ne.jp/i/ga2750/).

*candy factory projects have been been exhibited at the Multimedia Art Asia Pacific (MAAP 2001, 2002) the Yokohama Trienial (2001), and the Institute for Modern Art in Brisbane, among other venues.

The Translocal Channel is a kind of incunabular global C-Span for the arts . . .
"With a mini-DV in your hand you can escape the police faster.
"We would do well to emulate even in part aspects of this tradition in the new media culture of today. . . . This might create oases of locatedness along the global trade routes of new media culture."