I was born in southern Japan. I grew up in the Miho Peninsula in Shimizu, a place known for its seashores, numerous pine trees, and great scenic views of Mount Fuji.
I studied in the Plastic Art and Mixed Media course within the Art and Design Department at the graduate school of the University of Tsukuba. I later earned my Ph.D. in Art at the university.
I work primarily in new media/new material.
In 2000, I started a ferrofluid art project named “Protrude, Flow.” During the project, I invented a new technique of “Ferrofluid Sculpture” (a term I coined).
My work has been exhibited internationally in eighteen countries and is included in the collections of the museums and art collectors.
Currently, my art explores a world in which natural forces flow in organic and dynamic ways to produce poetry of ever-changing organic forms, lights, colors, and interactions.
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