MEDIA/ART KITCHEN AOMORI -Politics of Humor and Play

10:00am - 6:00pm, July 26 –September 15, 2014 / Admission Free


The Aomori Contemporary Art Centre will hold the "MEDIA/ART KITCHEN: The Politics of Humor and Play" to introduce the activities and works of Japanese and Southeast Asian artists who critically investigate the coming relationships between daily life and society with a spirit of humor and play.
We expect the exhibition to unfold as something uniquely from Aomori while inheriting the concept of MEDIA/ART KITCHEN (hereafter M/AK), an exhibition organized by the Japan Foundation and held in four countries throughout Southeast Asia over a six-month period from 2013 into early 2014, as part of the anniversary projects to commemorate the 40th anniversary of ASEAN-Japan friendship and cooperation.
Participating artists have been selected from the pool of 71 artists who participated in the M/AK exhibition across Southeast Asia. A total of five artists from Indonesia, Thailand, and Japan have been invited to take advantage of the artist in residence, the ACAC's chief activity and defining characteristic, to produce and present new works which incorporate the keywords of "humor," "play," "life," "society," and "politics." Additionally, we have chosen to present several formerly showcased M/AK works by Southeast Asian and Japanese artists to match the theme of the Aomori exhibition. M/AK exhibitions use workshops and laboratories as two of their underlying features; workshops serve as aids to interpret artists' work while laboratories allow the audience to experience production and expression. The ACAC uses both workshops and laboratories to create opportunities for the audience to not only appreciate media/art but also become an active participant in it.
Until now, we have had few opportunities in Aomori to introduce artworks associated with new media art. That is why one goal of this exhibition is to use our daily lives as an introduction to the concept, a springboard to apply a do-it-yourself attitude to the media environment around us as a way to give shape to the knowledge and creativity in our lives. Another goal is to convey the appeal of each artist and the concepts of "humor" and "play" that they value. Behind the humor and play of each artist we can find specific mechanisms which cast light upon the society in which we live and the inevitable reasons for the art's production. Developing a vibrant, exhibition-centered program will form an environment in which we can turn our gaze to the political perspectives and social context behind the works and pursue the relationship between media and art.
Meanwhile, on the opposite end of Honshu, the Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media is also holding "MEDIA/ART KITCHEN YAMAGUCHI: Open Call Laboratory - An Exploration into Social Anthropology in Asia" from July 5 to September 28, 2014.

※about the title Media/Art Kitchen - Reality Distortion Field
This project departs from the new formulation “Media / Art” (media that is also art), which, with its insertion of a slash between media and art, can now be reinterpreted as “that which mediates and its technology.” The theme “Media/Art Kitchen” is inspired by and encapsulated in the image of a kitchen activated by daily invention and creativity. The subtitle, “Reality Distortion Field,” is meant to suggest the kitchen, as workshop or laboratory, as a space where reality is distorted and the impossible becomes possible; this is also the term that has been used to describe Apple-founder Steve Jobs’ talent for drawing out the maximum potential of the people around him.

Hagihara Kenichi (Japan)
Bani Haykal (Singapore)
Horio Kanta (Japan)[※]
Kuwakubo Ryota (Japan)[※]
Mohri Yuko (Japan)[※]
Narpati Awangga a.k.a. oomleo (Indonesia)
Renan Ortiz (Philippines)
Prilla Tania (Indonesia)[※]
Chulayarnnon Siriphol (Thailand)[※]
FairuzSulaiman (Malaysia)
Takeuchi Kota (Japan)
Tamura Yuichiro (Japan)
[※]The 5 artists participate in the Artist in Residence program to produce new works.

Outline of M/AK project held in Southeast Asian countries.
Special website for M/AK.


Hagihara Kenichi

Hagihara Kenichi (b. 1978, Yamagata) received his MA from the Institute of Advanced Media Arts and Sciences (IAMAS) in 2007. He worked at Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media (YCAM) as a domestic researcher with a grant from Agency for Cultural Affairs of Japan for from 2005 to 2006. With photography as the central axis of his artistic expression, he has been producing still and moving images utilizing various visual media. His HD video portrait sight seeing spot was awarded a Special Prize at the Art Award Tokyo 2007. This work was nominated for one of the jury selections for the 11th Japan Media Arts Festival. His solo exhibitions include scopic measure #6 – sight seeing spot (YCAM, 2007), A Blow to the Everyday (Osage Gallery, Hong Kong, 2010) and Ogaki Biennale (Gifu, 2010). He is also a lecturer for the Faculty of Media Theories and Production of Aichi Shukutoku University.

sight seeing spot, 2013
Photo: Martin Vidanes

Bani Haykal

Bani Haykal (b. 1985, Singapore) is a musician and sound artist. His work examines culture, language and the perception of sound and music. As a musician, he is a founding member of b-quartet and a member of The Observatory. Presently an Associate Artist of The Substation, he has also completed a residency project (Dormant Music) at Platform3 in Bandung, Indonesia, under The Art Incubator 2012 Residency Programme. Haykal recently exhibited Inside the Subject at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore, 2013. As a composer and performer, he has collaborated with several collectives and individuals including THE Dance Company - Silences We Are Familiar With (Dans Fest, Esplanade Theatre Studio, Singapore, 2012), The Necessary Stage (Singapore) and Trafik (Croatia) - Crossings (Esplanade Theatre Studio, 2012) and artist Ho Tzu Nyen and musician Randolf Arriola - The Clouds of Unknowing - Singapore premiere (Gillman Barracks, Singapore, 2012).

The recycle, 2012

Horio Kanta

Horio Kanta (b. 1978, Hiroshima) studied Acoustics at Kyushu Institute of Design. His performance and installation works are assembled with his self-made circuits, mechanical structures and objects found around him. He employs sound, light, magnetism or any kind of energies for his work to show physical phenomenon. His works were shown in several international festivals and exhibitions including Sónar (Barcelona, Spain, 2006), Time Based Art Festival (Portland, US, 2007), The Kitchen (New York, US, 2007), International Festival for Arts and Media (Yokohama, 2009), EXIT festival (Paris, France, 2010), ensembles2010 (Art Tower Mito, Ibaraki, 2010), Manifestation internationale d’art de Québec (Canada, 2012). He is also an engineer of electronic devices and interactive systems for commercial projects include installations, events, films, or prototypes.

Interpolation(inside a box version), 2014

Portrait (Photo : Matsuo Ujin)

Kuwakubo Ryota

Kuwakubo Ryota (b.1971, Tochigi) received his MA in Plastic Art and Mixed Media from Tsukuba University in 1996, and graduated from International Academy of Media Arts and Sciences (IAMAS) in 2001. A pioneer of Device Art, he has been creating electronics based works that explore the relationship between contrasting matters such as analog + digital, humans + machines, and information transmitters and receivers since 1998. Some of his earlier representative works include “Bitman” (created in collaboration with art unit Maywa Denki), “ShliFulin,” and “Nicodama”. His work has won prizes at ARS Electronica – “PLX” in 2003 and “BlockJam” in 2003, as well as the Japan Media Arts Festival - “DigitalGadget #6, 8, 9” won the Grand Prize (Art Division) in 2004 and The Tenth Sentiment won the Excellence Award (Art Division) in 2010. His cylindrical video game for battles, “loopScape” was nominated for Nam June Paik Award in Dortmund, Germany. He is also an associate professor of IAMAS.

lost and found, 2013
Photo: Takashima Kiyotoshi
Courtesy of ROKKOSAN Co., Ltd.

Mohri Yuko

Mohri Yuko (b.1980, Kanagawa) is an artist who lives and works in Tokyo. Mohri received her MFA at Department of Inter-Media Art, Tokyo University of Arts and Music in 2006 and her BFA at Department of Information Design, Tama Art University in 2004. Mohri combines kinetic sculpture, sound, light and/or found materials to construct mixed media installations/environments in which physical phenomena evolve. One of her projects Vexations - Composition in Progress a co-production with MIHARA Soichiro, won second prize at transmediale06, Berlin and also received an Honorary Mention in the Interactive Art category at the 2007 Prix Ars Electronica. In 2010, she organized a series of solo exhibitions at three galleries in Tokyo. She has also been collaborating with performing artists and musicians such as OTOMO Yoshihide.

Calls, 2013

Portrait (Photo: Takuma Uematsu)

Narpati Awangga a.k.a oomleo

Narpati Awangga a.k.a oomleo (b. 1978, Jakarta) has a degree from Institute of Art Indonesia (ISI) in Yogyakarta, majoring in printmaking. He multi-tasks as a pixel-artist, GIF Animation artist, web & graphic designer as well as an IT & multimedia technician/consultant, radio announcer, comic artist, writer, curator, columnist, karaoke organizer, MC, hair-stylist, DJ, and band member of GOODNIGHT ELECTRIC. In 2012 he presented his first solo exhibition bits & pix (PLATFORM3, Bandung) and participated also in ARTE 2013 – Indonesian Arts Festival (Jakarta Convention Center) and “Archive Aid” IVAA at ARTJOG13 (Taman Budaya Yogyakarta). He is a member of ruangrupa and lives and works in Jakarta.


Renan Ortiz

Renan Ortiz (b.1977, Manila) holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of the Philippines as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science. Ortiz is the recipient of the Thirteen Artist Award by the Cultural Center of the Philippines (2012). He is an artist/curator and community organizer known for his political activism that resonates in his multi-media works (which also includes media and technology). He has been a member of the Concerned Artists of the Philippines Secretariat since 2006, Start Art Foundation board member since 2008, a member of the Philippine Printmakers Association since 2009, and a member of the Executive Council of the National Commission for Culture and the Art’s Visual Arts Committee since 2010. Among his recent exhibits were: Lupa: Struggle for Land (U.P. Jorge B. Vargas Museum, Quezon City, 2013), Populus (The Drawing Room Gallery, Singapore, 2012). Ortiz currently teaches at St. Paul’s College in Quezon City, Philippines.

Murmur, 2012

Prilla Tania

Prilla Tania (b.1979, Bandung) studied fine art at the Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB). She makes soft sculptures, installations, videos and photographs. She is also a performance artist. In 2004, together with two other video artists, Ariani Darmawan and Rani Ravenina, Prilla established a video collective called VideoBabes. She was an artist in residence at 3331 Arts Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan in 2010 and at Heden, Den Haag, Netherlands in 2012. Her work has been screened in a number of events, namely, Recorded Waves: Moving Images from Indonesia (Para/Site Art Space, Hong Kong, 2010). Her latest solo exhibition E was held at Selasar Sunaryo Art Space Bandung (2013).

Ik Eet Niet / I Don’t Eat, 2012

Chulayarnnon Siriphol

Chulayarnnon Siriphol (b.1986, Bangkok) graduated with bachelor’s degree in film and video from the faculty of architecture, King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology, Ladkrabang, Thailand. His interest in motion picture started from the rapid interest and popularity of the medium. His works trigger questions that reveal a thoughtful side of the subject often through sarcasm and dark humor, opposing mainstream subjects and ideas. Many of his films have won awards and have been presented in national and international screenings and exhibitions: Hua Lam Pong (2004), Ban Sai Tong (2005), Sleeping Beauty (2006), A Brief History of Memory (2010). He is now based in Bangkok.

Vanishing Horizon of the Sea, 2014

Portrait (Photo: Wachara Kanha)

Fairuz Sulaiman

Fairuz Sulaiman’s (b. 1982, Petaling Jaya) multi-tasking inter-disciplinary practice covers extensive ground. Combining digital and analogue formats, Fairuz has made music videos for local indie-bands, live video projections (VJ), animation for short films, designed visuals for stage using stop-motion, puppetry, hand-made masks, 3D animation and live video mixing. His VJ-oriented work includes moving visuals (often video) on large displays or screens to complement performance art, theatre productions and live music events. Exploring everyday objects is central to his creations. He recently presented Salam 1 Jepun (National Visual Arts Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, 2013), a cross-cultural response event based on his experience as internship with Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media (YCAM) in Japan in 2012 through JENESYS Programme: Invitation Programme for Creators administered by the Japan Foundation. He is the Programme Director of Digital Art + Culture (DA+C) Festival in Penang.

Beberscope, 2013

Takeuchi Kota

Takeuchi Kota (b. 1982, Hyogo) graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts, Department of Inter Media Art in 2008. Interested in the nature of public mind and phenomenon caused by group consciousness, Takeuchi has made artworks which intervene with urban landscape. Presupposing that unconscious desires of individuals pull the strings of group surface’s consciousness, Takeuchi’s works extract images of people and society today and uncover the artificial forces which define the landscapes and senses. Since 2011, his work has been addressing the historical development of modern industries in Japan as well as the physical and emotional impact these industries have made in our surrounding. His latest exhibitions include Site Consuming Shadow (MORI Museum, Fukushima, 2013), Open Secret (Snow Contemporary, Tokyo, 2012) and MOT Collection: Afterimages of Tomorrow (Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo, 2013).

From the Moment of Recording, It Became Peeping. 2011
Courtesy of Snow Contemporary

Tamura Yuichiro

Tamura Yuichiro (b. 1977, Toyama) graduated from Tokyo University of the Arts. He is currently a Ph.D candidate at the University’s Graduate School of Film and New Media. He has consistently pursued the possibilities of the moving image, taking photography as a point of departure while straddling various other media and frameworks, including film, installation, and performance. He samples not only images that he has taken himself but also preexisting footage, coaxing unique relationships out of them in order to create new landscapes. He received the excellence award at the 14th Japan Media Arts Festival in 2010 for NIGHTLESS, and this work has been screened internationally at The 57th International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany (2011) and Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions (Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, 2011). In 2012, NIGHTLESS ver. 6 was acquired for the public collection of Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography. He is a recipient of Japanese Government Overseas Study Program for Artists 2013 at Institut für Raumexperimente under the Berlin University of the Arts, Olafur Eliasson Class, and University of the Arts London.

The Dream I Dreamt in the Forest, 2013

Co-oiranized by Aomori Contemporary Art Centre [ACAC], The Japan Foundation Asia Center
Supported by the Agency for Cultural Affairs Government of Japan in the fisical 2014
Cooperated by the Drawing Room, Easy Living
In collaboration with Yamaguchi Center for Arts and Media [YCAM]

Logo design: Hashizume So
Graphic design & Art direction: call and response (Sakakibara Akira / Odawara Fuminori)
Curator: Hattori Hiroyuki



青森公立大学国際芸術センター青森(ACAC)では、日常生活と社会のこれからの関係をユーモアや遊びの精神をもって批評的に探究する東南アジアと日本のアーティストの活動や作品を紹介する展覧会「MEDIA/ART KITCHEN AOMORI─ユーモアと遊びの政治学」を開催します。
本展は、日・ASEAN友好協力40周年記念事業の一環として、2013年から2014年初頭にかけて東南アジア4ヶ国で開催された国際交流基金主催の展覧会「MEDIA/ART KITCHEN(メディア・アート・キッチン、以下M/AK)」のコンセプトを継承し、青森独自のかたちで発展させて展開するものです。



ちなみに本州逆側の山口市では連携企画として、山口情報芸術センター[YCAM]にて「MEDIA/ART KITCHEN YAMAGUCHI:地域に潜るアジア―参加するオープン・ラボラトリー」が、2014年7月5日~9月28日にかけて実施されます。


萩原健一 Hagihara Kenichi(日本 Japan)
バニ・ハイカル Bani Haykal(シンガポール Singapore)
堀尾寛太 Horio Kanta(日本 Japan)
クワクボリョウタ Kuwakubo Ryota(日本 Japan)
毛利悠子 Mohri Yuko(日本 Japan)
ナルパティ・アワンガ a.k.a. オムレオ Narpati Awangga a.k.a. oomleo(インドネシア Indonesia)
レナン・オルティス Renan Ortiz(フィリピン Philippines)
プリラ・タニア Prilla Tania(インドネシア Indonesia)
チュラヤーノン・シリポン Chulayarnnon Siriphol (タイ Thailand)
ファイルズ・スライマン FairuzSulaiman(マレーシア Malaysia)
竹内公太 Takeuchi Kota(日本 Japan)
田村友一郎 Tamura Yuichiro(日本 Japan)






1978年山形県生まれ、愛知県在住。2007年情報科学芸術大学院大学 [IAMAS]修了。現在は愛知淑徳大学メディアプロデュース学部にて教鞭を執る。写真を表現の軸に据えつつ、様々な視覚メディアを駆使して静止画や映像による作品を制作している。「Sight Seeing Spot」によりアートアワードトーキョー丸の内2007特別賞受賞、また文化庁メディア芸術祭審査員推薦作品となる。

2014年 文化庁海外メディア芸術祭参加事業企画展「Daily Reflections」、Total Museum of Contemporary Art、ソウル
2012年 ネオ・クラシック カクノダテ!2012、秋田
2010年 「A Blow to the Everyday」、Osage Gallery、香港

《sight seeing spot》、2013
Photo: Martin Vidanes


1985年シンガポール生まれ、在住。音楽家の家庭に育ち、音楽家/サウンドアーティストとして領域を横断しながらパフォーマンスや展示など幅広い活動を展開している。b-quartetやThe Observatoryをはじめとする幾つかのインディーズバンドやグループのメンバーでもある。美術やダンスなど他ジャンルのアーティストとのコラボレーションも多い。近年では国内外のフェスティバルや展覧会に参加し、精力的に作品を発表している。2013年にはシンガポールのYoung Artist Awardを受賞。

2013年 「Dormant Music」、Platform3、バンドン、インドネシア
2012年 「Crossing」、The Necessary Stage、シンガポール(ダンス作品への参加)
2011年 Singapore Night Festival、シンガポール

《The recycle》、2012


1978 年、広島県生まれ、東京都在住。九州芸術工科大学( 現・九州大学芸術工学部) にて音響とコンピュータ音楽を学ぶ。音、光、運動、位置などさまざまなエネルギーを相互に変換する装置を作り、ライブパフォーマンス行ったりや展示作品を制作するなど、国内外で幅広く活動している。また電子デバイスのエンジニアとして、コマーシャルな展示・映像・プロトタイピングなどのプロジェクトに参加する。

【近年の主な展覧会(E) やパフォーマンス(P)】
2013 年 「DIY MUSIC: OUTRAGE」(P)、スーパーデラックス、東京
2013 年 堀尾寛太個展「光の操作」(E)、ONE、上海、中国
2012 年 「Manifestation internationale d’ art de Québec」(P)、Le Lieu、ケベック、カナダ


《Interpolation(inside a box version)》、2014

ポートレイト(Photo : MATSUO Ujin)


情報科学芸術大学院大学 [IAMAS] 准教授。1971 年、栃木県生まれ。筑波大学大学院修了。現代美術を学んだ後、98 年に明和電機との共作「ビットマン」を制作し、エレクトロニクスを使用した作品制作活動を開始。デジタルとアナログ、人間と機械、情報の送り手と受け手など、さまざまな境界線上で生じる事象をクローズアップする作品によって、「デバイス・アート」とも呼ばれる独自のスタイルを生み出した。2010 年発表のインスタレーション「10 番目の感傷(点・線・面)」以降は、観る人自身が内面で体験を紡ぎ出すような作品に着手している。

2014 年 「あそびのつくりかた」、丸亀市猪熊弦一郎現代美術館、香川
2014 年 「Variations of the Moon」、Nam June Paik Art Center、龍仁、韓国
2013 年 「Mono no Aware」、エルミタージュ美術館、サンクトペテルブルク、ロシア


《lost and found》、2013
撮影:高嶋 清俊


1980 年、神奈川県生まれ。東京藝術大学大学院先端芸術表現科修了。人工物と自然の新たな関係を探求するように作品制作を進めている。近年は、機能を失った機械や古道具など役割を終えたオブジェを素材として、それに音・光・電磁波などの現象的効果を加えることでインスタレーションを生み出す。機械的機構を持つオブジェと有機的な環境をひとつのエコシステムとして統合していくことで、その場所ならではの経験を鑑賞者に提供する。

2014 年 「Transmediale 14」、Haus der Kulturen der Welt、ベルリン、ドイツ
2013 年 「ソバージュ──都市のなかの野生」、Art Center Ongoing、東京
2012 年 「サーカス」、東京都現代美術館ブルームバーグ・パヴィリオン、東京



ポートレイト(Photo: Takuma Uematsu)

ナルパティ・アワンガ a.k.a. オムレオ(インドネシア)

1978 年ジャカルタ生まれ、在住。インドネシア・アート・インスティテュート版画専攻卒業。その肩書は数知れず、ピクセル・アート作家、GIF アニメーション作家、ウェブ及びグラフィックデザイナー、IT 及びマルチメディア関連技術者/コンサルタント、ラジオアナウンサー、漫画家、ライター、キュレーター、コラムニスト、カラオケオーガナイザー、MC、ヘアスタイリスト、DJ、音楽バンドGOODNIGHT ELECTRIC メンバーなど。

2013 年 「Archive Aid IVAA at ARTJOG 13」、Taman Budaya、ジョグジャカルタ、インドネシア
2013 年 インドネシア・アートフェスティヴァル「ARTE2013」、ジャカルタコンベンションセンター、ジャカルタ、インドネシア
2012 年 「bits and pix」、PLATFORM3、バンドン、インドネシア




2013年 「Lupa: Struggle for Land」、フィリピン大学付属ヴァルガス美術館、ケソン市、フィリピン
2012年 「Populus」、Drawing Room Gallery、シンガポール
2011年 「versereverse」、​Republikha Art Gallery、ケソン市、フィリピン



1979 年バンドン生まれ、同地在住。2001 年バンドン工科大学卒業。繊維、チョーク、紙や飲食物や日用品を組み合わせたソフトスカルプチャー( 彫刻) や、ビデオ・写真などを用いた多様な表現方法による作品を制作している。またパフォーマンスアーティストとしても活躍している。映像作家のアリアニ・ダルマワン、ラニ・ラヴェニナとともにVideoBabes(ビデオベイブス)という映像ユニットを組んでいる。

2014 年 「Art Dubai 2014」、ドバイ、アラブ首長国連邦
2013 年 「E」, Selasar Sunaryo Art Space、バンドン、インドネシア
2012 年 「Ik Ben De Chloroman」、HIER HEDEN、デンハーグ、オランダ


《Ik Eet Niet / I Don’t Eat》、2012


1986 年バンコク生まれ、同地在住。キングモンクラット工科大学ラークラバン校建築学部コミュニケーションアート&デザイン学科卒業。シリポンの多くの作品は、個人の記憶やタイの政治的な諸問題に触発されて制作される。風刺の効いたユーモアある表現を介して、鑑賞者はその作品の背後にある主題やそこから発せられる問いに対面する。その作品は多くの国際映像祭や展覧会で上映や展示として公開されている。

2014 年 「4th Art Factory Project」、Alternative Space Loop、ソウル、韓国
2013 年 シャルジャビエンナーレ11「Re:emerge Towards a New Cultural Cartography」(S)、映像プログラム、シャルジャ、アラブ
2013 年 「CROSS_STITCH : A trans-conceptual exhibition to present the works of young artists」、バンコク芸術文化センター (BACC)、


《VHS ~失われゆく水平線》、2014

ポートレイト(Photo: Wachara Kanha)


1982年プタリン・ジャヤ生まれ。マレーシアのマルチメディア大学卒業。主にアナログな手法を用いながら、デジタル様式も取り入れる作品で、インディーズバンドのミュージックビデオの制作、短編映画のアニメーションの制作、音楽イベントでのVJ、舞台演出など幅広い活動を展開している。日常に溢れる物事を主題として扱い、ライブに近いかたちで様々な作品を手掛ける。Digital Art & Culture(DA+C)フェスティバルのプログラム・ディレクターも務める。

2013年 「Salam 1 Jepun」、国立ヴィジュアルアーツギャラリー、クアラルンプール、マレーシア
2012年 「You & You and Me!!!~あなたとあなた、そしてわたし~」(VOQ、松本力とのコラボレーション)、東京



1982年兵庫県生まれ、福島県在住。2008年東京芸術大学美術学部先端芸術表現科卒業。集団意識やそこから引き起こされる現象への関心を起点に、公共空間でのパフォーマティブな取材を元に、都市風景に介入するような作品を映像や油彩画など様々なメディウムを用いて制作している。2011年福島第一原発ライブカメラに向かって指を差すパフォーマンスを行った匿名の人物の映像はアート作品であるとして、「公然の秘密(Open Secret)」と題した展覧会を開催した。以降、日本の産業や事故に関する記録を積極的に作品に転用している。

2013年 「影を食う光」、森美術館、福島
2013年 「MOT コレクション After images of tomorrow」、東京都現代美術館、東京
2012年 「公然の秘密」、xyz collective、東京

Courtesy of Snow Contemporary



2014年 第6回恵比寿映像祭「TRUE COLORS」、東京都写真美術館、東京
2013年 「NIGHTLESS / Last Signing Room」、アートバーゼル香港、香港
2012年 「MOTアニュアル2012 風が吹けば桶屋が儲かる」、東京都現代美術館、東京


助成:平成26 年度文化庁文化芸術による海外発信拠点形成事業
協力:The Drawing Room、Easy Living

グラフィックデザイン:call and response(榊原彰・小田原史典)