My abstract work encompasses basic shapes such as lines, circles and triangles. These forms are
not only the building blocks of the cosmos, but also powerful symbols that have
been used in many cultures all over the world.
I am a steward of objects. I explore the ways in which objects enter and exit our lives. How we care
for them, how we think about them, how we occupy them, and how they occupy us are questions
central to my interests.
Since leaving Osaka, Japan in 1997, I have been translating my personal vision of New York City
into photographs and videos. The candy-colored, saturated playground of images that I create is
how I have imagined America would look like.
I cultivate work from a spiritual realm, employing physical materials...fragile materials, attaching my
inhibitions, contradictions and conflicts to each medium. Every medium chosen, helps the task of
telling my anecdote of "survival".
We are dedicated to preserving culture through music, dance, arts, and history. Most
importantly, we are dedicated towards preserving the rainforests not only for us but for
generations to come. We use dance and music as a platform to e
I am curious about the human conditions that surround me, especially processes of change and how circumstances affect the choices we make, while acknowledges the cyclical nature of life, where many experiences are more or less universal.
I accumulate discarded objects and nontraditional materials, transforming them through painstaking methods into sculptures and installations. Both material and process are significant to the content of my work.
I paint! Oils and acrylics. One might call my work suggestive, figurative, narrative, or surreal-ish.
My subjects are meant to bridge conceptual gaps through metaphor, comment on modern culture,
and hopefully cause the viewer to reflect