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Currently resides in Hiroshima, Japan

My work is a response to the misinterpretation and continuous change in the world around us. It is a work searching orientation in the midst of the uncertain. What is universal may be the feeling of being under-informed, and no matter how hard we attempt to understand each other, our assumptions may always exist and we may never merge. My current body of work is mokuhanga (Traditional Japanese water-bsed woodcut) primarily based on the landscape of my hometown Hiroshima, which explores the themes of recollection and historical residue. Mokuhanga method is uncontrollable to some extent. It is easily affected by temperature and humidity. I find enjoyment in the imperfection of not being able to do things as I wish which is similar to one’s life.

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