Akari Fujise explores the idea of contemporary drawing practice, focusing on overlooked traces
Rika Nakashima explores the non-binary relation between the public and private and investigates the cathartic function of art through gestures.
Mio Ebisu has explored material process, making home-made paint from raw materials and plants during the AAUK virtual residency with a Mentor Alastair Gordon
As a result of 2021 AAUK virtual Residency Project is now online
During his 'virtual' residency in the UK, Shirakawa will be sharing his first hand experience of the current socio-political climate of Japan.
Often taking performative and audience participatory approaches, Hashimoto's practices goes beyond normative understanding of art.
Dokuyama has witnessed the devastating change after Fukushima Fallout Disaster in 2011.
An artist and an independent curator who has been directly involved in cultural responses to the earthquake, and Fukushima Nuclear disaster.
Kyun-Chome deftly construct daring art interventions and thoughtful participatory works.
Following the earthquake and nuclear meltdown in East Japan in 2011, Kawakubo has created work in Fukushima that focuses on the limits of photographic representation.
Komori and Seo recounted of how they were asked by locals to "be our eyes", by photographing the barren lands where their homes once stood.
Artist filmmaker, Fujii started to film in the stricken area soon after the disaster in 2011.