Keiji Tsuyuguchi established Fremen Commercial Photo Studio in 1989, and has been engaged in investigative and experimental work on the possibilities of photography and various modes of expression.
Since the late 1990s he has exhibited photographs focusing on the landscape and history of Hokkaido.
His Chimei (Place Names) series, begun in 1999, has been widely shown both at home and abroad, traveling to Paris and Rome before appearing in Japan, and earning international acclaim.
At SIAF2014, Tsuyuguchi will show a new work, Map of Water SAPPORO FUKUSHIMA, incorporating photos and videos from his Mizu no chizu (Map of Water) and Ishikari e (To Ishikari) series and recently shot video projections of Sapporo’s water sources and waterways in the vicinity of the Fukushima Dai-ichi Nuclear Power Plant.（ Sapporo Ekimae-dori Underground Walkway〈 Chi-Ka-Ho〉）
Map of Water SAPPORO/FUKUSHIMA 2014
A.P.I. (Arctic Perspective Initiative)
Antye Greie-Ripatti aka AGF
Byeong Sam Jeon
So Kanno / yang02
Ryuichi Sakamoto + Daito Manabe
Ryuichi Sakamoto + YCAM InterLab
Ian Wilson(Yokohama Triennale 2014)
YCAM InterLab + Jun Igarashi
Lifestyle Adventurer : Hidenori Ikeda, Saiko Ito
Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui + Damien Jalet
Sat., August 23
Artist-related Event : Symposium SIAF 2014 Special Symposium Fujiko Nakaya: Fog Breathes
CHROMA After TalkWhat does media art express now ―get to know it from performances of dumb type to 《CHROMA》
Sun., July 20
Artist-related Event : Film Screening Special Invitation Film for SIAF 2014 Title: Over Your Cities Grass Will Grow
SIAF2014 Pre-festival Events, Sapporo International Art Festival Discussions&Lecture vol.1
Former Sapporo Court of Appeals (Shiryokan) 2F