The development of works of art through future-tense or undetermined actions and instructions rather than past-tense, image-based actions or instructions, in art spaces that usually focus on static forms of exhibition; the conversion of the art viewer’s spectator- or participant-like role to more active and direct involvement: the artist implements these ideas in an exhibition and a number of performance events.
Born in Tokyo, 1977. Selected Exhibitions: ”Can’t Go, Please Come” (2010, ARCUS, Ibaraki),”‘Sell Me Your Concept’ in India” (2011, India), “Arbitrary Decisions and Prejudices: I Divide the Audience”（2012, The National Art Center, Tokyo), “False name”（”14 EVENINGS”, The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo), “Nation, Dice, Instruction,” (Daiwa Foundation, London,2014), “Everything and Others” (2016, LISTE, Basel), “The World’s Three Major Round Things: the Sun, the Moon, the Eye”（2017, AOYAMA | MEGURO, Tokyo).
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