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Japanese Art around 1970: Technology, Environment, Matter

Lilian Froger
Traduction de Simon Pleasance
p. 139-159
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L’Art japonais autour de 1970 : technologie, environnement, matière

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Enthusiasm seemed to reign during Japan’s “Golden Sixties”: considerable economic growth, increased household comfort among the population, the 1964 Olympic Games held in Tôkyô, and the country’s r...

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Lilian Froger, « Japanese Art around 1970: Technology, Environment, Matter », Critique d’art, 50 | 2018, 139-159.

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Lilian Froger, « Japanese Art around 1970: Technology, Environment, Matter », Critique d’art [En ligne], 50 | Printemps/été 2018, mis en ligne le 25 mai 2019, consulté le 14 décembre 2018. URL : http://journals.openedition.org/critiquedart/29352 ; DOI : 10.4000/critiquedart.29352

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Lilian Froger

Lilian Froger has a PhD in the History of Contemporary Art. His research focuses on Japanese photography from the 1950s to the present day. It questions the relations and meeting points between photography, publishing and exhibiting. In tandem with his university research, he has written critical essays which have been published in esse arts + opinions, 2.0.1, Critique d’art, IMA and 02. These writings deal with the role of fiction in the sphere of contemporary art and design, as well as the necessary involvement of the spectator, reader and user in the activation of objects and in the understanding of images. He is currently at work on a lecture cycle at EESAB (Brest site) about the oppositional power of design.

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