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2020

 

(C)BIRDHEAD 2019

Daisuke MIYATSU

Degree

B.A. in Department of Commerse, Faculty of Economics, Meiji Gakuin University

M.A. in Graduate School, Kyoto University of the Arts

Research Themes

The relationship between art and society from a perspective of economics

 

Toshio WATANABE  

Degree

B.A. in Department of Art Management, Faculty of Cultural Policy and Management, Shizuoka University of Art and Culture, Currently research student

Research Themes

Amatsuchikousaku (Land Art)

2019

 

Mio HARADA

Degree

B.A. in Department of Aesthetics and Art Theory, Faculty of Letter, The University of Tokyo Currently M.A. candidate

Research Themes

Feminism Curatorial Practice, Asian Contemporary Art Past Projects Internship at Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo (2019~)  


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Tomoya IWATA  

Degree

B.A. in School of Language and Culture Studies, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Currently M.A. candidate

Research Themes

Relationships between fine art and fashion in the perspective of curatorial practices  

CHUNG Jisoo  

Degree

B.A. in Business administration, Clothing & Textile, Yonsei university Currently M.A. candidate

Research Themes

Research on the Interrelationship between Visual Arts and Fashion Design (on the Installation and Fashion Films, Fashion Campaigns, Fashion Store)  

Kiyoshi Tatsumi

 

Degree

B.A in Faculty of Commerce/Doshisha University
Currently research student

Research Themes
How does the same exhibition change due to differences in curation? Practice and research through joint curation with museums around the world.

Past Projects
Director and Chief Curator/AMUSE MUSEUM 2009-Present, AMUSE MUSEUM BORO World Tour 2019-2021, Craft & Quilt Fair Sydney/ICC Sydney Darling Harbour, Hall 5 & 6/Commonwealth of Australia,Jun.2019, Craft & Quilt Fair Melbourne/Melbourne Exhibition Centre, South Wharf, Hall 4/Commonwealth of Australia/Jul.2019, Craft & Quilt Fair Canberra/Exhibition Park In Canberra Mitchell/Commonwealth of Australia/Aug.2019, Ragged clothing out of transcendent soul-BORO Textile Exhibition AMUSE MUSEUM Tokyo/Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology/People’s Republic of China/Oct.-Dec.2019, Invitational Exhibition BORO & BAINA AMUSE MUSEUM Tokyo/Shenzhen Fine Art Institute/People’s Republic of China/Dec.2019-Jan.2020, Boro Textiles: Sustainable Aesthetics/Japan Society Gallery NYC/USA/Mar.-Jun.2020, Ostasiatiska Museet Stockholm/Kingdom of Sweden/Sep.2020-Jan.2021, All Russian Decorative Art Museum Moscow/Russian Federation/Feb.-Mar.2020

Túlio César Mourthé de Alvim Andrade

Degree
law degree, Federal University of Minas Gerais
M.A. courses in International Law, Université de Paris X – Nanterre, Brazilian Diplomatic Academy
Currently research student

Research Themes
Art and new ecology

Past Projects
intern at United Nations New York Headquarters and at the United Nations Climate Change Secreatariat, diplomática missions in London and Tokyo

2018

 

ZHANG Yangyu  

Degree

B.A. in Department of Chinese Language and Literature, School of Earth and Space Sciences, Beijing University M.A. in Centre for China Studies, Chinese University of Hong Kong Currently M.A. candidate

Research Themes

Ecologies and/of Art on the Setouchi Islands

Past Projects

“China–Portugal Contemporary Art Exhibition, Saudade: Unmemorable Place in Time” (Fosun Foundation Art Center, Shanghai, 2018)

“Her Prerogative: Women and/in Self-Portraits” (Senju Campus, Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo, 2019)

“Count the Waves: Visualizing Invisibility” (Tokyo University of the Arts University Museum, Chinretsukan Gallery, Tokyo, 2019)  

Nobuko NAKANO

Degree
B.A. in Department of Applied Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo
M.A. in Department of Medical Science, Graduate school of Medicine, The University of Tokyo
Ph.D in Department of Neuroscience, Graduate school of Medicine, The University of Tokyo 

Research Themes
TBA

Karen Karuna SHIBUYA  

Degree

B.A. in Performing and Media Arts, Government (double major) from Cornell University (Ithaca, New York) Currently M.A. candidate

Research Themes

Apocalypticism, technology, and religion in 1980s-90s visual culture; assimilation and imitation in postwar Japan

Past Projects

“Desire: A Revision from the 20th Century to the Digital Age” (Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, 2019)

“Count the Waves: Visualizing Invisibility” (Tokyo University of the Arts University Museum, Chinretsukan Gallery, Tokyo, 2019)  

Sophie ARNI  

Degree

B.A. in Art History and Economics, NYU Abu Dhabi Currently M.A. candidate

Research Themes

‘Curatorial Perspective on Asian Contemporary Art Auction Sales, 2008-2018’

Past Projects

“Desire: A Revision from the 20th Century to the Digital Age” (Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, 2019)

“Count the Waves: Visualizing Invisibility” (Tokyo University of the Arts University Museum, Chinretsukan Gallery, Tokyo, 2019)  

 

2017

 

Tomoko HIGUCHI  

Degree
B.A. in Intermedia Art, Tokyo University of the Arts M.A. in Department of Arts Studies and Curatorial Practices, Graduate school of Global Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts

Research Themes
Voice as a method of expression

Past Projects
“Pⁿ—Powers of PLAY—” (Tokyo University of the Arts University Museum, Chinretsukan Gallery, Tokyo, 2018)


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Atsuhiro MIYAKE  

Degree

B. A. in Department of Art Science, Tama Art University Currently M.A. candidate

Research Themes

Awareness an Exhibition as a Laboratory

Past Projects

7th Moscow Biennial “Clouds⇄Forests” (New Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, 2017)

“Pⁿ—Powers of PLAY—” (Tokyo University of the Arts University Museum, Chinretsukan Gallery, Tokyo, 2018)

Intimate Distance (MO.CO. Hôtel des collections, Montpellier, 2019)

Sharjapan2 “Inter-Resonance: Inter-Organics Japanese Performance and Sound Art”(Sharjah Art Foundation, Sharjah, 2019)

Koganecho Bazaar 2019 New Menagerie (Koganecho area, Kanagawa, 2019)

 


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Yuu TAKAGI  

Degree

Kyoto University, Bachelor of Integrated Human Sciences Currently M.A. candidate

Past Projects

KOBE Biennale 2015 (Kobe, 2015)

Forms for be Art – case 1 -, (Kyoto University, Kyoto, 2015)

Forms for be Art – case 2 -, (Kyoto University, Kyoto, 2015)

KG+, KYOTOGRAPHIE 2016 (Kyoto, 2016)

7th Moscow Biennial “Clouds⇄Forests” (New Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, 2017)

“Pⁿ—Powers of PLAY—” (Tokyo University of the Arts University Museum, Chinretsukan Gallery, Tokyo, 2018)

“FUKAMI ─Une plongée dans l’esthétique japonaise”(Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild, Paris, 2018)

“IT IS THAT IT IS – Mikito Tateisi-” (Kyoto, 2018)

Le Jardin Convivial (Kyoto Botanical Gardens, Kyoto, 2019)

KG+, KYOTOGRAPHIE 2019 (Kyoto, 2019)  

2016

 

Seiha KUROSAWA  

Degree B.A. in Media and Society, School of Culture, Waseda University M.A. in Department of Arts Studies and Curatorial Practices, Graduate School of Global Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts Currently PhD candidate Research Themes Expression of the ‘Sight’ in the Time of New Ecology −Analysis of the “Outer Edge” of Koji Nakazono− Past Projects 「Home No Longer Exists」(Kominka asagoro, Tokyo, 2015), “Seize the Uncertain Day” (Tokyo University of the Arts University Museum, Chinretsukan Gallery, Tokyo, 2017), 7th Moscow Biennial “Clouds⇄Forests” (New Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, 2017), “Japanorama ─ A new vision on art since 1970” (Centre Pompidou Metz, Metz, 2017), Dumb Type ”Actions + Reflections”  (Centre Pompidou Metz, Metz, 2018), Art Fair Tokyo 2018 “PANGAEA TECTONICS Diastrophism of Emerging. Art ⇆ Diverging New Tales” (Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo, 2018), Seiha Kurosawa+Kanako Azuma+ Hideki Umezaw, “Dookkyaku (Lone Visitor)” (2ch film installation, 10mins) exhibited in “FUKAMI ─Une plongée dans l’esthétique japonaise”(Hôtel Salomon de Rothschild, Paris, 2018). Writing a text “Dokkyaku” in the catalog of the exhibition., Kenji Hirasawa, “EN ─Responding to Ko Murobushi” (Kitasenju BUoY, Tokyo, 2018), Vincent Ruijters Solo Exhibition “Breathing IN/EX-terior” (Komagome SOKO, Tokyo, 2019)  


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Yohji SUZUKI  

Degree M.A. in Department of Arts Studies and Curatorial Practices, Graduate School of Global Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts Research Themes The Development of Bruno Latour’s Exhibition Practice Past Projects Seize the Uncertain Day (Chinretsukan Gallery of the University Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts, 2017), Participating in the Critical Zone working group led by Bruno Latour (2018-), Booting up the Critical Zone(Interview with Bruno Latour, 2018)  


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Junya UTSUMI  

Degree B.A. in Department of Arts and Science, Faculty of Liberal Arts, International Christian University M.A. in Department of Arts Studies and Curatorial Practices, Graduate School of Global Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts Current Curatorial Team of Koganecho Area Management Center, Yokohama Research Themes On Curation and Cartography of Carolyn Christov-Bakargiev’s Istanbul Biennial 2015: New Materialism and Feminism in Curation Past Project Switch Room (Art Fair Tokyo, 2018), Yurie Nagashima: And a Pinch of Irony with a Hint of Love (Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, 2018), Dumb Type《S/N》Screening&Talk Session (International Christian University Diffendorfer Memorial Hall Auditorium, 2017), Toru Yamanaka plays Dumb Type Era (Koenji ShowBoat, 2017), M/ALL (Gallery X, Shibuya WWW, 2017),  Seize the Uncertain Day (Chinretsukan Gallery of the University Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts, 2017), 6th Maebashi Media Festival 2016 Talk “Location of movings on video and street” (Former Yasuda Bank Storage), Enter (Exhibition Room of University Hall, Music Department of Tokyo University of the Arts, 2016), Exhibition Program of Cultural Typhoon “3.5th Exhibition of NoddIN” (Exhibition Room of University Hall, Music Department of Tokyo University of the Arts, 2016), Internship of Tokyo Photographic Art Museum in 2017, Panel Presentation of Inter-Asia Cultural Studies “Politics of Useless Censored Art: Alternative Possibility of Openness to the Public” (Seoul, 2017)