ARTIST

GPSアーティストやっさんYASSAN

Yassan was born in Saitama Prefecture, Japan in 1977.
He graduated from Tokyo University of Fine Arts and Music (Inter Media Art Course) in 2004.
He is interested in geo-located media, and as he began GPS Drawing, his first work was authorized by Guinness World Records (as “the Largest GPS Drawing”).
His work has been showcased on televison, in magazines, and over 2,000 news and web publications worldwide.

1977年埼玉県出身。
2004年東京芸術大学(先端芸術表現科)卒。
プロポーズがきっかけでGPS絵画を始め、ギネス世界記録(最大のGPSアート)に認定。
作品・活動は、世界中2,000超のテレビ、雑誌、ニュース、Web等で扱われている。

 

BIOGRAPHY / AWARD

1977 Born in Saitama Prefecture, Japan
2004 Graduated from Tokyo University of Fine Arts and Music (Inter Media Art Course)
2008 Began GPS Drawing series.
2010 Authorized Guinness World Records (as “the Largest GPS Drawing”)
2015 Awarded Geo-located Gadget & Application Award (Idea Section)

1977年 埼玉県出身
2004年 東京芸術大学(先端芸術表現科)卒
2008年 GPS絵画開始
2010年 ギネス世界記録(最大のGPSアート)
2015年 位置モノアプリ&ガジェット大賞 受賞(アイデア部門)

 

EXHIBITION / WORKSHOP

1999 Koshirakura landscape Workshop (Kawanishi, Japan)
1999 Toride Re-cycling Art Project (Toride, Japan)
2000 Slow Box / After image (Kawanihi, Japan)
2001 Lodging Tokyo / London (Tokyo & London)
2001 Fujino International Art Symposium (Fujino, Japan)
2002 Rhythm of Town, Rhythm of People (Kobe, Japan)
2002 Reisbureau MIMASU (Tilburg, Netherlands)
2012 C-Depot (Spiral Gallery & Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse, Japan)
2013 Shin Ikebukuro Montparnasse (C-depot Gallery, Tokyo)
2013 Tokyo Designers Week (Jngu, Tokyo)
2013 Randy Art Hills (Randy Café, Tokyo)
2014 Art Fair C-Depot –Shapes of Heart (Seibu Shibuya, Tokyo)
2014 T-Depot (C-Depot Gallery, Tokyo)
2014 Soccer Ball Art Exhibition (Seibu Shibuya, Tokyo)
2014 Sonicart (Makuhari Messe, Japan)
2014 313×313 Dreaming ART (Royal Park Hotel the Haneda, Tokyo)
2014 Tokyo Designers Week (Jngu, Tokyo)
2015 Shin Ikebukuro Montparnasse (Tobu Ikebukuro, Tokyo)
2015 Hagoita Art Project (Takashimaya Shinjuku, Tokyo)
2015 PEACE on Earth Project (around the World)
2016 Walkshop @Shintaku Juku (Funabashi, Japan)
2016 Walkshop @Azalee Academia (Edogawa, Tokyo)
2017 Astro-boy Art (Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre, Tokyo)

 

DOCUMENTARY