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The nano-aesthetics of everyday life (catalog for Tsuyoshi Hisakado's exhibition)

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Tsuyoshi Hisakado is one of the rising generation of contemporary art in Japan, whose works include the surrealistic installation, Synchronicity, with Apichatpong Weerasethakul at Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan. http://tsuyoshihisakado.com/ https://www.mori.art.museum/en/exhibitions/mamproject025/index.html (My essay, Laboratorium Phantasmatum, is a critical analysis of this installation. ) Hisakado's solo exhibition will be held in 2020 at Toyota Municipal Museum of Art, and this is a translation of the original text for its official catalog. My text discusses the meaning of everyday landscape that Hisakado tries to transform, with his diverse aesthetic tricks and devices, into something cosmic with the effort of deforming its spatio-temporal order.

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