Keiichi Matsuda Architecture Film Design

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bossarica - Neon Sign
Tokyo Ethmusica ft. bossarica - Supernova
Cities for Cyborgs
* Augmented (hyper)Reality: Augmented City 3D
Augmented (hyper)Reality: Domesti/city
* Augmented (hyper)Reality: Domestic Robocop
The Pusher
Legion of Many - Find A Way
The Technocrat Retrofit of London
The Ministry of Abundance
SPUTNIKO! I Remember You
Babel
UCL Promotion
Waseda Cafe
SFIDA Cafe [Fractal Architects]
KRAZY Vancouver [Atelier Bow-Wow]
Genealogy
Mechanical Garden



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+44 (0)7868 552 029

PROFILE
Keiichi Matsuda
Keiichi Matsuda (BSc. MArch) is a designer and film-maker. He began working with video during his Masters of Architecture at the Bartlett school (UCL) as a critical tool to understand, construct and represent space. Keiichi's research examines the implications of emerging technologies for human perception and the built environment, focusing on the integration of media into everyday life. He has a multi-disciplinary approach to his work, using a mixture of video, motion graphics, interaction design, and architecture to create vibrant "hyper-real" environments where the distinctions between physical and virtual start to dissolve.

He has presented his films and research internationally, winning awards for design, drawing and filmmaking, and graduated from his MArch with distinction in summer 2010. He is currently self employed, working on commissions and research projects in London and Tokyo.

SPEAKING AND CONSULTANCY
Alpha-Ville Symposium on Post-Digital Culture
Presentation and panel discussion, London - 2011
ICISTS 2011
Presentation and workshop, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), Daejeon - 2011
Future City, at Little Tokyo Design Week
Presentation and Panel Discussion, Los Angeles - 2011
Augmented Reality Summit (AR Summit)
Presentation, London - 2011
Think!Tank
Talk on privacy and identity, Brunswick (Germany) - 2011
Internationale Filmschule
Presentation to Interactive Media programme, Cologne - 2011
Technarte International Conference on Art and Technology
Presentation of Augmented (hyper)Reality and Cities for Cyborgs, Bilbao - 2011
Re:publica XI
Presentation of Augmented (hyper)Reality, Panel on the future of gaming with Nintendo, Berlin - 2011
Society for Environmental Graphic Design (SEGD)
Lecture on interaction, augmented reality and urbanism at SEGD annual conference, Washington DC - 2010
TV of Tomorrow (TVOT)
Presentation to TVOT annual conference, San Francisco - 2010
Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Building Futures
Emerging technologies consultant, ongoing
University of East London
Visiting critic, 2010
AWARDS
Technarte Best Paper Award
(winner - 2011)
Alpha-Ville Visionary Cities
(first prize - 2010)
RIBA Silver Medal
(Bartlett nominee - 2010)
Fitzroy Robinson Prize for Drawing
(first prize - 2010)
3Dreid Student awards
(nominated, 2010)
D&AD Student Awards
(finalist/'In book' - 2010)
Society for Moving Image about the Built Environment (SMIBE)
(general category, finalist - 2010)

EXHIBITIONS AND SCREENINGS
Talk To Me
Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, Jul-Nov 2011
Instants Vidéo
International videoart festival, Marseille, Nov 2011
Hello World
V2 at ISMAR, Basel, Oct 2011
Hacking the City
MADlab / PULS, Eindhoven, Oct 2011
Animated Architecture II
Stuttgart May 2011, and New York Aug 2011
Architettura in Città
Palazzo Bertalazone di San Fermo, Turin, Jul 2011
Athens Video Art Festival
Athens, May 2011
Going Hyper Social?
Strelka Institute, Moscow, Summer 2011
Made Up: Design's Fictions
Art Center College of Design, California, from 20 Jan 2011
Hyperlinks: Architecture and Design
Art Institute of Chicago, 11 Dec 2010 - 20 Jul 2011
Saint Etienne International Design Biennale
20 Nov - 5 Dec 2010
Onedotzero_adventures in motion
British Film Institute, Nov 2010
Expanded Architecture
Sydney, 6 Nov 2010
EXPO 2010 Shanghai
Madrid Case Pavillion, 1 May - 31 Oct 2010
Alpha-Ville
Whitechapel Art Gallery, 17-18 Nov 2010
Zipangu Film Festival
Barbican, 2010
Short and Sweet 3D
Barbican, 2010
Short and Sweet
Cafe 1001, London 2010
Bartlett Summer Show
University College London, 2010
Onedotzero_adventures in motion
British Film Institute, Sept 2009
Lord Mayor's Show
City of London, 2008

RESEARCH AND PUBLICATIONS
Augmented (hyper)Reality
Research by design, focusing on media, technology and the city, ongoing
Cities for Cyborgs: 10 Rules
Guest post on Quiet Babylon, Part of Tim Maly's 50 Posts about Cyborgs series, 23 Sept 2010
Domesti/city: The Dislocated Home in Augmented Space
Masters Thesis, 2010
Unit 15: New Work 09 - 10
Edited by Nic Clear, 2010
The Architecture of the Near Future
Edited by Nic Clear, 2009
CONTACT
If you are interested in contacting Keiichi for commissions, consultancy, freelance work, speaking, teaching, or just to say hello, then make contact!

keiichiban@gmail.com
+44 (0)7868 55 20 29


ONLINE
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PRESS
INTERVIEWS AND PRINT
Mensomadaire - Canal+ (TV, France/Africa)
Interview, 2010
Cahiers Intempestifs 26 (print, Saint Etienne)
prints, 2010
I Don't Know Where I'm Going But I Want to Be There - The Expanding Field of Graphic Design, 1900-2020 (print, Graphic Design Museum/BIS Publishers, The Netherlands)
profile and film still, 2010
WEAVE magazine (print, Germany)
January 2011
Serial Consign (blog)
Interview with Keiichi by Greg J Smith on media, space and technology, 2010
Architectures À Vivre (print, France)
Issue 57, Nov-Dec 2010
GEE magazine (print, Germany)
Wir Werden Zum Content, Intervew with Keiichi, Dec 2010
LS:N Global (online, UK)
Interview and profile, 2010
FEATURES AND MENTIONS (selected)
Abitare
Augmented Times
BLDGBLOG
City of Sound
Computer Arts
Contagious
Creative Applications Network
Creative Review
Designboom
Games Alfresco
GOOD.is [1] [2]
The Independent
Institute for the Future
Kitsune Noir
MAKE
Mammoth
Multiplex
Popular Science
ReadWriteWeb
Serial Consign
The Creators Project [1] [2]
The Huffington Post Arts
The Telegraph
Wallpaper
Wired / Bruce Sterling [1] [2] [3] [4]
Wired UK
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