Participating artists (exhibition)
Japanese paper sculptures
Born 1983 in Saitama Japan, based in Berlin.
She majored in Japanese paper.sculptur.
She finished the master's course in sculptur of art in 2007 at Jashibi University of Art and Design. Then she was traveled around Japan to get some skills from paper craftsmans.
She Moved to Berlin in 2012 and got studio for making Japanese paper.sculptur.
print from original collage on paper
Yasuko Fujioka was born in the south of Japan but lived in many different cities throughout the country. Art has always been a natural part of her life. She was greatly inspired by her forever-changing surroundings, and as a child began taking private watercolor classes with an acclaimed local artist. Yasuko went on to graduate and recieve a B.A. from Tokyo Women's Christian University (Tokyo Joshi).
She moved to New York City in 1995, where she studied Drawing, Oil Painting and Sculpture at the Art Student's League in Manhattan. Having won several scholarships, she continued her studies at Pratt Manhattan Institute, majoring in Multimedia Computer Graphics. Beginning in 1997, Yasuko's work has been exhibited at numerous galleries and cultural venues in New York City, Tokyo, Berlin and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. She currently lives and works in Berlin.
animation movies, drawings
Hoji Tsuchiya is an animation film maker, he is making animations of original stories by experimental various way.
Born in Tokyo, Japan in 1984.
Started making animations in 2004.
The shadowgraph animation "A Married Couple's Distress" won the Animation Division Grand Prize at Cineastes Organization Osaka EX2006.
The animation using copier "Black, long skirt" was screened at Ottawa international animation film festival in 2011.
He moved to Berlin in 2012, and currently lives and works in Berlin.
1983 Born in Saitama Japan.
2007 Moved to Berlin and got a studio for painting in Kunsthaus Tacheles.
Recently started to make sound and doing performance with the other artists.
Since 2001 she has been working as graphic designer and illustrator.
In 2005 she moved to Berlin, Germany. Here she started to create her own artworks, such as puppet making, screen printing, live animation, painting, etc..
Though initially impressing a typical Japanese style, it derives its originality through cynical humor or extreme nonsense.
These installations of her work transport visitors to a SHOXXX's world, a place for the adventurous to bring their imaginations.