Akitoshi Honda is an artist/researcher/programmer.
He studied interaction design and computer generated imaginary at Musahino Art University in Tokyo. After his Bachelor at Musashino art university he studied media art at Media and Art at University of art Berlin. At 2012 he got entitled Meisterschueler by Professor Joachim Sauter with solid vote of commission.
He is interested in the relations between human perception and media in the realm of art, design and science. Akitoshi worked with physical computing and programming for several of his projects to express his idea and concept. For example his work “crystal study” showed micro scale and slow process of crystallisation which is difficult to recognise with human eye and human time perception and also cause of ignorance to climate change. In another works “Glographer” and “Re: Newspapers” he showed different awareness of social matter among different countries/culture areas together with feeling of their geological existence via augmented reality technology.
Between 2016 – 2021 he joined Chora conscious city at Technical University Berlin as research fellow. His research topics at Chora is researching urban developing method within focus of actual matter in urban area such cultural, climate change, value chain, etc to let stake holders includes citizens have better understanding and discussion in user friendly way. As implementing research topic, he developed digital multi media working environment includes interactive table application, web application, AR application.
As an artist, he has had exhibitions in several places in Europe and Asia such as Japan Media Arts Festival, ISMAR, Enter festival, DATAMI festival in JRC Ispra.
He lives in Berlin since 2007.
email : contact AT ahonda.org
2016 – 2020 Research fellow at Chora TU Berlin
2012 Meisterschueler, by Prof. Joachim Sauter, University of art, Berlin Germany
2010 Absolvent, Universiy of art Berlin, Berlin Germany
2007 Guest student, hfg Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe Germany
2005 BA Art, Musashino Art University, Tokyo Japan
2019 DATAMI artist in residence, EUC JRC Ispra, Italy
2011 Residence program for ISMAR11, V2_ Rotterdam, Netherland
2011 Graduate scholarship, DAAD
2010 July Recommended work, Japan Media Arts Festival
2021 “Klang insel” Wellen Tauch ein!, ficusTerra ETH Zuerich, Zuerich Switzerland
2019 “Klang insel” Bewegte Einblicke, Pharmaziemuseum der Universität Basel, Basel Swiss
2012 “Sound Cape”, Gallery Countach, Tokyo Japan
2011 “Re:Newspapers”, ISMAR International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality@Shift, Shift, Basel Switzerland
Lecture / Workshop
2017 Programming with Processing, Lecture/Workshop, Institute fuer Architecture TU Berlin
2016 Programming and Electronics with Arduino, Workshop, Sound Studies UdK Berlin
2015 Introducing Arduino and Processing, Lecture, Institute fuer Architecture TU Berlin
2014 Programming and Electronics with Arduino, Workshop, Sound Studies UdK Berlin
2011 Uchiwasynth workshop, Smart-deli, Berlin Germany
2011 Uchiwasynth workshop, UdK Berlin, Berlin Germany
2010 Speaking, S.LOW project, NK, Berlin Germany
2009 Arduino workshop, General public, Berlin Germany
Hertrich, S. and Honda, A. Brighter Than a Thousand Suns: A uniform to detect and display radiation. Proc. of TEI’17. ACM, New York, 2017, 659–663.
Der Klimawandel als Hyperobjekt
Weltpremiere: Klangkunst in der Wendelsteinhöhle
Kunst in der Tiefe des Berges
Les Inrockuptibles (FR)
Artistes et hackers, main dans la main