Koji Fujino

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Name: Koji Fujino
Country of Origin: JP

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Koji Fujino was a computer artist who joined the Japanese computer art group CTG, formed in December 1966. The group’s activity in the next years was prolific: from their office in downtown Tokyo, they managed graphic design works and sold art to galleries, while also operating as a think tank for computer analysis and aesthetics. By 1969, the group parted ways. Founder Haruki Tsuchiya explained CTG’s dissolution in the leaflet Good-bye, Computer art!: “My primary interest is in ascertaining the significance of art for human beings and how it is being realised in our society. This may be an exaggeration, but I say that computer art is a revolt against the whole of technology….It has become a thing of the past for me.”

 

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Cybernetic Serendipity (The Computer and the Arts) Portfolio

Set of 7 lithographs Running Cola – Masao Komura, Makato Ohtake, Koji fujino Return To Square – Masao Komura, Kunio Yamanaka Maughanogram – Maughan S. Mason Human Figure – Boeing Computer Graphics The Snail – Kerry Strand Random War – Charles Csuri and James Shaffer 3D Checkerboard Pattern – Donald K. Robbins.