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Jun Takita
* 1966, currently based: Pantin, France
www.juntakita.com

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Archive of Digital Art (ADA). “Jun Takita – artist profile”. https://www.digitalartarchive.at/database/artists/general/artist/takita.html. (retrieved 2014-05-08). @online{ADAartistprofile, author = {Archive of Digital Art (ADA)}, title = {Jun Takita artist profile}, url = {https://www.digitalartarchive.at/database/artists/general/artist/takita.html}, urldate = {retrieved 2014-05-08}
About
Jun Takita, born in 1966 in Tokyo, graduated in 1988 from Nihon University, majoring in arts. He received a Masters from Paris Ecole National d’Art in 1992, having received a scholarship from the French government.

He draws heavily from concepts of traditional gardens and their careful and respected arts. Each of his works immerses the audience in the process clocked by the cyclical rhythms of biological and ecological phenomena. Life and death are simultaneously presented and aesthetically represented in the artist’s procedural work around the relationship between man and nature in the era of biotechnology.
He collaborates with numerous scientific teams as the Centre for Plant sciences at the University of Leeds (UK), Plant Biotechnology of Faculty of Biology University of Freiburg (DE), CNRS - Université Paris-Sud, MRI Medical and Multi-Methodes(FR), and the Royal Observatory of Belgium Seismology-Gravimetry (BE).
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1991 - 1992 Masters course of Paris Ecole National d’Art (l’énsb-a), France. 
1989 - 1991 Study in Piotr KOWALSKI’s studio, l’énsb-a, Paris, France 
1988 Graduate at Nihon University , Tokyo, Japan.


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Publications & References
Takita, Jun. »Monad-isme.« Exhibition Catalogue (2011).
Hauser, Jens. »SK-Interfaces.« Exhibition Catalogue (2008).
Zwingenberger, Jeanette. »Les corps mutants des artistes. Bio-art.« Rue Descartes 'La Metamorphose' , no. 64 (March 2007).
Takita, Jun. »Leonardo.« Journal of the international society for the arts, sciences and technology 37, no. 4 (2004).