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Midori Harima: Episode 68 / Midori Harima

Midori Harima: Episode 68 / Midori Harima

DeSound & Vision


Midori Harima: Episode 68 / Midori Harima

DeSound & Vision

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61 minutes
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Jun 12, 2017
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Midori Harima is an artist born and raised in Japan who is currently based in Queens, NY. She is actively exhibiting locally and internationally, including Honey Space, Deitch Studios, Kanagawa Prefectural Gallery, The Maiden Lane Exhibition Space, Yerba Buena Center for The Arts, and Kala Art Institute.  Harima earned her BA in printmaking at Joshibi University of Art in Japan and is represented by Maho Kubota Gallery in Tokyo.

The work she is best know for, is her black-and-white paper sculptures made from photocopied images. Her recent work uses trash as a material and relates to the act of consumption while exploring a photographic and literary approach to sculpture. 

Her one-year project "Democracy Demonstrates" was recently included in the three person show; “Lyrics, Gestures and Games" at the Kala Art institute in Berkeley California which ends July 12, 2017.

Brian met up with Midori at her studio while preparing for her solo show “Year Without a Summer” at Maho Kubota Gallery in Tokyo that opens on June 30th and runs through August 5th. 
Sortie:
Jun 12, 2017
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Épisode du podcast