Born and grew up in Tokyo, Japan. She completed graduate school at Tama Art University, Department of Information Design(M.F.A.).
She is interested in relationships between human beings and artificial things, exploring phenomena that might affect perception and communication.
New Wilderness (Course) — Summer 2021
Island of things — Summer 2021
Unstable Objects (Short-term Project) — Summer 2020
Now You Are Watching A Stream_01
Expanding Spaces — Summer 2020
Statue of P̶e̶a̶c̶e̶
Media Minimalism — Winter 2019
Concretely Unimaginable — Winter 2020
Convergence — Winter 2020
WE WILL NOT BE SILENT / 私たちは黙らない
Carte Blanche — Summer 2022
In the year 2020, we got a tremendous of problems and topics that we need to think about, discuss and solve.
However, it’s not easy to keep facing those problems. A strategic policy has been implemented all around the world that distracting people’s attention from politics by providing entertainment in order to control the population smoothly. This kind of historical movement can be found for instance in Ancient Rome, in Japan after WW2, in Korea after a big democratization Movement in the 20th century, so and so forth.
In the Age of digital media, people are easily distracted their attention from what we need to see by absorbing entertainment continuously in the overflowed information. I’ve seen a lot of posts on SNS that are moaning about people who speak up in terms of controversial topics.
This sort of Filter Bubble phenomenon caused by distraction with entertainment would work quite well in the present day as well.
This project titled “Sweet Bubble” is a web browser extension to replace political keywords with other words related to entertainment, for example, Sports, Movie and TV, Sex and Food, and so on, which tend to be used for strategic propaganda to distract people’s attention from politics.