By using movements and sounds of things to show the connections and differences in the world is one of the themes Fujita focuses on when creating her work. In her solo exhibition, “Expanded Creatures,” she tries to expand the sense of life by combining two contradictory things, ‘living things and machines’ by extracting its structures and patterns and the movements that accompany them. Through this exhibition of “Expanded creatures”, she shows how even two opposing things can combine and create a new perspective.
Born 1991, Beijing, China. Enrolled in the Intermedia Arts department of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, stayed on for master’s (completed in 2018). Main exhibitions are “交叉域 Cross Domain”(Suzhou Jinji Lake Art Museum, 2018), “Resonance Materials Project 2019 ~Sensory~” (Spazio Rossana Orlandi, Milan, Italy, 2019), “Opaque interrelations” (Shiseido Gallery, 2020). Awards, Accepted as one of “the 14th Shiseido art egg” exhibitors (2020),Tokyo University of the Arts Purchasing prize (2016), Metro Cultural Foundation Prize (2016).