21 x 28.3 cm (8.3 x 11.1 inches)
Edition of 140
Signed and numbered
Release in September 2013
Cooperation by Edition Works, Chiaki Kayama
Kakita Paper 300g, Brass Powder in Medium, Overprinted with Silkscreen Black and treated with an acetic acid mixture. Each edition is unique.
Each standard edition includes a set of 10 unsigned prints, a signed & numbered colophon sheet, and a custom-made box. The set of images is screen-printed by hand onto a bed of brass powder suspended in medium. When the artist applies glacial acetic acid to the surface of the print, the resulting oxidation reaction generates a unique pattern, thereby altering the image as a function of chance. The chemical reaction is influenced by atmospheric conditions, such as oxygen levels, humidity, temperature, or pollutants in the air. Due to the difficulty and labor-intensiveness of producing each edition, the total edition size has been reduced from 250 to 140.
Standard Edition: $800 The custom box of the standard edition is made from wood, acrylic, magnets, and embellished with laser engraving.
Display Case Edition: The custom box of the standard edition is made from wood, acrylic, magnets, and embellished with laser engraving. This version is sold out.
Daisuke Yokota Born in 1983, Saitama, Yokota majored in Photography at Nippon Photography Institute in Tokyo. He has been the recipient of a number of awards including the Excellence Award at Canon New Cosmos of Photography awarded in 2008, the Epson Color Imaging Contest Award awarded in 2008, and the Grand Prize at 1_WALL Exhibition awarded in 2010. His work has been featured in several international art fairs including Paris Photo, Paris, and Unseen Photo Fair, Amsterdam. As the winner of the first Outset I Unseen Exhibition Fund at Unseen Photo Fair 2013, he presented a solo exhibition at Foam Photography Museum, Amsterdam, in May 2014. In the same year, his photography book VERTIGO was nominated for the Aperture Foundation PhotoBook Awards. In 2015, he performed at ‘Shashin: Photography from Japan,’ New York, as well as at ‘In the Wake Japanese Photographers Respond to 3/11,’ Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. In March 2016, he was awarded the Paul Huf Award.