Hiroshima City Museum of Contemporary Art
& Artonline.jp present
A *CANDY FACTORY PROJECT
Hyper-links for dead links
#Vol.01
April.2006 Japanese
HALBEATH FOR SALE
*CANDY FACTORY 
+YOUNG-HAE CHANG 
HEAVY INDUSTRIES


HALBEATH FOR SALE 
A promotional video clip online for a failed large scale microchip plant by Hyundai and Motorola at Scotland with the traditional Korean song Arirang.
The factory has been out of use since it was built in 2001.
Remixed in 2006 from the past project HALBEATH.

Related links:
ARIRANG:* CANDY FACTORY

CUNNILINGUS IN 
N0RTH K0REA
YOUNG-HAE CHANG 
HEAVY INDUSTRIES 

CUNNILINGUS IN N0RTH K0REA
The title and texts in the work speak for themselves.

Related links:
SUBJECT:HELLO YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES
YOUR J.O.B WON'T STAND A CHANCE *CANDY FACTORY + YOUNG-HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES

YOUNG HAE CHANG HEAVY INDUSTRIES/yhchang.com

WITHOUT RECORDS
Yoshihide Otomo
WITHOUT RECORDS
Online Musical Instruments by Yoshihide Otomo ( a Japanese musician, composer )
designed by artonline.jp.
YOUR KIDNEY
SUPERMARKET
Shilpa Gupta
YOUR KIDNEY SUPERMARKET
online web service for Kidney exchange from India.

Related links: Shilpa Gupta
http://www.m-o-l.net/
http://www.blessed-bandwidth.net
SWEDISH GENTLEMAN

LIFE SUCKS Robot John Miller &
Takuji Kogo)

SWEDISH GENTLEMAN
A promotional video clip by Robot
Robot is a new band and a collaborative unit by John Miller and Takuji Kogo
represents personal Advertisements as musical clips.
We help you seek your soul mate.

LIFE SUCKS
17 personal ads from the Yamaguchi region ( re-mixed from the project produced for A candy factory project Boogie Woogie Wonderland 2003 at Akiyoshidai International Art Village )

POINT OF ORIGIN
Mike Bode & 
Staffan Schmidt

Excerpts from an interview with the initiator of the Turning Torso, former senior Social Democracy politician in Malmoe Johnny Orback and commentarys by Mike Bode & Staffan Schmidt.
Voice over: translated excerps from two articles;
Berlingske Tidene 2004-12-20 and Sydsvenskan 2005-02-13, read by Alison Gerber.
Thanks to the Labour Movement Archives, Malmoe and Alison Gerber


Related links
Mike Bode & Staffan Schmidt Spatial Expectations

Mike Bode and Takuji Kogo Nunotani Bldg. 2001
Nunotani.bldg.2003

   

 

 

 

 
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