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  • Provenance

    Galerie Emmanuel Perrotin, Paris

  • Exhibited

    Paris, Musée National d’Art Modern, Centre Georges Pompidou, Link, March 29 – May 22, 2000; Australia, Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Space Odysseys: Sensation and Immersion, August 18, 2001 – October 14, 2004; Australia, Mebourne, Australian Center for Moving Images, Deep Space, February 28, 2002 – April 28, 2002; Belgium, Gent, S.M.A.K.(Stedelik Museum voor Actuelle Kunst), Dream Extension (Eija-Liisa Ahtila, Olaf Breuning, Lori Hersberger, Susan Hiller, Abigail Lane, Mariko Mori, Georgina Starr, Anne-Mie van Kerckhoven, Jane and Louise Wilson), January 17, 2004 – March 21, 2004

  • Literature

    V. Lynn, Space Odysseys: Sensation and Immersion, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Syndey, and Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Melbourne, 2001, pp. 45-47; P. Doroshenko, K. Hillis, F. Luyckx, Dream Extensions, S.M.A.K.(Stedelik Museum voor Actuelle Kunst, 2004, p. 68

  • Catalogue Essay

    Ten at a time, viewers enter the circular confines of Mariko Mori’s video installation Link, 1995-2000 (Image courtesy of Dirk Pauwels), leaving behind the gallery environment and entering what the artist calls a “utopian space, a placeless space.” (M. Mori, Mariko Mori: Dream Temple, Fondazione Prada, Milan, 1999). Projected from without is a seamless montage of interconnected landscapes of past, present and future cities, a panoramic utopia in which the bustling metropolises of New York, Hong Kong and Paris are interwoven with visions of Angkor Wat, Teotihucan and Giza. A former fashion model and designer, Mori’s ascendant artistic career has seen her invest cutting-edge technologies with strains of Buddhist spirituality and other Eastern philosophies in a quest for trans-historical meaning and transcendence; with Link, Mori assumes the role of “techno-shaman” (D, Molon, “Countdown to Ecstasy,” Mariko Mori, Serpentine Gallery, London, 1998), immersing her audience in a totalized, otherworldly experience in which the boundaries of time and space cease to exist. “By using technology and a spherical projection, I am trying to submerge the observer in a utopian space, a placeless space… At the same time I am committed to giving shape to my imagination, or better yet, to the idea of consciousness, to immerse myself and look inside it…. My approach is to perceive or sense various passages or potential spaces that connect our consciousness to another world.” (M. Mori, Mariko Mori: Dream Temple, Fondazione Prada, Milan, 1999).



4 channel DVD installation comprised of 4 DVDs, 4 video projectors, 4 playback units, 5:1 surround sound, Plexiglas circle and metal ring structure.
118 1/8 x 197 in. (300 x 500.4 cm).

$200,000 - 300,000 

Contemporary Art Part I

15 Nov 2007, 7pm
New York