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The latter is a protégé of the pop artist Takashi Murakami and a core collaborator in Murakami’s Kaikai Kiki art collective, under whose banner the video was produced. rose to prominence as a contributor to Murakami’s 2001 travelling exhibition “Superflat” and its successful 2005 follow up, “Little Boy.” He also happens to be, by his own admission, a lolicon.
Just a month before, I had been on the receiving end of this special kind of assistance myself.Twenty-five minutes after I first logged on, a message came up: “You used to live across the hall from me freshman year at NYU.” And so my first date was set up.I remembered him, and while I knew this wasn’t going to lead to romance, it felt like reconnecting with an old friend. Together we dished on all things Tinder—why did so many men (and women) insist on posting photos of themselves with their kids, for instance?Debates have sprung up on various blogs: “Why did he choose such young characters?” wondered one viewer on Tumblr, who declared the video “creepy.”The confusion shouldn’t be surprising.
He showed me what came up on his Tinder feed; I showed him mine.