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Philippe Halaburda

Philippe Halaburda

Philippe Halaburda is a multidisciplinary artist who engages with the urban surroundings environment and emotions, feelings or memories from his direct experiences mainly though colors. His work delves into the complex undercurrents of intimate and collective...
Deanna Lee

Deanna Lee

Artist Statement My work stems from patterns and traces of growth and decay in the natural world and the built environment. At an early age I saw electron micrographs and lab specimens, and I am still engrossed by abstracted images of nature. I am invested in the...
Tomoko Iki

Tomoko Iki

ARTIST STATEMENT I started doing photography and dance when I was a university student. Inspiration from dance influences my photography. Above all, I am interested in femininity and the modern human’s relationship with nature. I have been taking woman’s portraits and...
Yuko Kasahara

Yuko Kasahara

Artist Statement For me, painting is the same as living, praying, and forgiving. My parents’ respective suicides were very shocking events for me. Because of that, I lost my physical and mental condition. At that time, I could only express desperate feelings in a...
Ai Tatebayashi

Ai Tatebayashi

Ai Tatebayashi, the artist and author of A Good Life in Hell, first learned about Sumiteru Taniguchi from a Japanese TV show. She quickly realized that most people, especially younger Japanese adults like her, knew nothing of the everyday suffering of atomic bomb...
Kazoo

Kazoo

Kazoo has been traveling all over the world to see different cultures and how people live. He found that everywhere, regardless of culture or language, that people who live by the water are the SAME! They enjoy sun and water, eating good fish, sharing the good smile...
Chris Fiore

Chris Fiore

The camera is my favorite machine. To me, the camera has transcended its nature as a mechanical device and has become something verging on a magic instrument. Capable of capturing the fleeting and the ephemeral, of freezing light and stopping time, of making the...