Re: Mariko Mori?

Gina Miller (
Fri, 4 Jun 1999 14:49:58 -0700

Try the unofficial fan club site, they some links and stuff you may want to take a look at:

Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
Nanotechnology Industries
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>I was recently presented with the artist, Mariko Mori. A lot of her work
>represents a happy look at technology and the future. I was curious if
>any of you have seen her work, or know where I might find more gallery
>work of her on the web. I have seen a ton of homepages, but very few
>different pictures.
>For those not familiar with her, my favorite work of hers is from a
>show/cd called "birth of a star." It is listed with the follow
>the artist presents herself as a cyber-pop-star. The visual subtlety of
>the image, with its 3D-effect, is continued and reinforced on another
>level of sensory perception: a song, sung by Mori, seems to emerge from
>nowhere, and the exhibition space is transformed into a total work of
>art. She alludes to the traditional role of the Japanese woman, or shows
>herself as a "Girly" or a female Cyborg (half human, half machine).
>If you need a reference point, if you have seen her work but didn't know
>her name, you can find a small sample at:
>"Birth Of A Star" pictures are of her with white hair and glass looking
>eyes. Any information on finding more pictures would be great.
>Challenge me!
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