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 this artwork, people's personal stories are continuously being printed. The narratives were told by people who spoke out and took actions that created movements. Those stories are deemed as a motivation or a starting point of what they are doing now.
Drops of sanitizer fall from above onto the printed paper, which represents "sanitization" which is a form of censorship, as they erase the printed surface. As the sanitizer dries, however, the "sanitized" letters will gradually return as if our power of resistance will never be erased.
When you read a story, a story of self becomes a story of us.
Our voices will pile up, creating our future that we are going to live with.