Faculty

Visual Art

Hideyuki Oda

画像:Hideyuki Oda

・Transdisciplinary Arts Theory
・Applied Transdisciplinary Arts Theory B
・Transdisciplinary Arts Seminar
・Transdisciplinary Arts Practicum II
・Production Skills Workshop I, II
・Guided Research I, II (Master’s Course)
・Transdisciplinary Arts Research: Expression I, II
・Guided Research I, II, III (Doctoral Program)

Profile

Born in Kyoto in 1956, Prof. Oda completed the Doctoral Course in Fine Arts at Kyoto City University of Arts. After teaching at KCUA and other art universities in Japan, he became the dean of the International Academy of Media Arts and Sciences (IAMAS, Gifu). While primarily a painter, he has been expanding and combining his artistic activities in the field of visual art since the 1990s, to include works incorporating CG animation, illustration and graphic design.

Research activities

<Selected exhibitions>

2014
Art Seed AKITA / Art Omachi. Hoshitsuji Shrine, Akita

Japan Media Art Festival: DIG∞AKITA. Sendai / Akita City
2011
Sync for Japan (with Masayuki Akamatsu, Karl Bartos). PARIS MIKI Shijo Karasuma, Kyoto
2008
Iro: Hibiki to shirabe [Color: Echoes and Investigations]. Kyoto City KYOCERA Museum of Art
1996
Electra ’96 – Project for Electronic Media. Henie-Onstad Art Centre, Oslo, Norway
1995
Jeju Pre-Biennale 1995 – From Island to Island. Jeju Art Center, Korea

 

<Other>

2012
Beacon Free (iOS app), Apple iTunes Store
 

 

  • 画像:明日見る夢「考える人」<br />
2011<br />
スチルメーション(CGアニメーション)

    Ashita miru yume: Kangaeru-hito [Dream of tomorrow: The thinker] (‘Stillmation’ CG animation; 2011)

  • 画像:Sync for Japan #3<br />
2011<br />
CG Animation

    Sync for Japan #3
    (CG animation; 2011)

  • 画像:ヒカリのウサギ<br />
2016<br />
デジタルドローイング

    Hikari no usagi [Rabbit of light] (Digital drawing; 2016)