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Saki Kishimoto
Brooklyn, NY
Neighborhood: Flatbush



ARTIST STATEMENT: The concept "theater" has its own long history and we need to go back to the realm where creative tragedy was born to understand a pure "theater." Each of us has own "theater" inside, which is a part of one's psyche. Since the ancient times human beings have been trying to actualize this inner "theater" outwardly. Each piece of my work has theatrical elements, which is infused with contemporary mythology and works as a visual vignette to lead the audience to create a totemic relationship with the theater/performer/play, therefore, the audience will be encouraged to be a part of the theater as a performer.
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  • "How to overcome the history"
    2014
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    "History" in general could be overwhelming for us, but we need to overcome it to create or move forward at times. This work is satirical and conceptual.

  • "Ghost of Chance"
    2014
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    The title of this series is taken from the title of William Burroughs's novella. I was inspired by the work, which led me to transform it into the imagery to respond to his work.

  • "Ghost of Chance"
    2014
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    The title of this series is taken from the title of William Burroughs's novella. I was inspired by the work, which led me to transform it into the imagery to respond to his work.

  • "Untitled"
    2015
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    This work has mythological value, involving creative wholeness.

  • "Untitled"
    2015
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    This work has mythological value, involving creative wholeness.

  • "Observe the observer observed"
    2015
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    The title of this series is taken from William Burroughs's novella. It has something to do with the need to see oneself in other people's looking at what I have made.

  • "Observe the observer observed"
    2015
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    The title of this series is taken from William Burroughs's novella. It has something to do with the need to see oneself in other people's looking at what I have made.

  • "Observe the observer observed"
    2015
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    The title of this series is taken from William Burroughs's novella. It has something to do with the need to see oneself in other people's looking at what I have made.

  • "Observe the observer observed"
    2015
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    The title of this series is taken from William Burroughs's novella. It has something to do with the need to see oneself in other people's looking at what I have made.

  • "Theater II"
    2015
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    This series represents an inner theater, where audience are invited to participate as a performer.

  • "Theater II"
    2015
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    This series represents an inner theater, where audience is invited to participate as a performer.

  • "Theater II"
    2015
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    This series represents an inner theater, where audience is invited to participate as a performer.

  • "Theater II"
    2015
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    This series represents an inner theater, where audience is invited to participate as a performer.

  • "Observe the observer observed"
    2015
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    The experimental theater with the swings. The audience is on the swings suspended from the ceiling. Here, the concepts of "audience" and "performer" are interchangeable.

  • "Observe the observer observed"
    2015
    Archival pigment ink
    Varies
    The experimental theater with the swings. The audience is on the swings suspended from the ceiling. Here, the concepts of "audience" and "performer" are interchangeable.

  • "Burning Opera House"
    2015
    Still from short animation film
    Varies
    These imageries from this series are taken from my short animation film. This work has a mythological value, involving fire, Opera House, performer and ashes.

  • "Burning Opera House"
    2015
    Still from short animation film
    Varies
    These imageries from this series are taken from my short animation film. This work has a mythological value, involving fire, Opera House, performer and ashes.

  • "Burning Opera House"
    2015
    Still from short animation film
    Varies
    These imageries from this series are taken from my short animation film. This work has a mythological value, involving fire, Opera House, performer and ashes.

  • "Burning Opera House"
    2015
    Still from short animation film
    Varies
    These imageries from this series are taken from my short animation film. This work has a mythological value, involving fire, Opera House, performer and ashes.

  • "Burning Opera House"
    2015
    Still from short animation film
    Varies
    These imageries from this series are taken from my short animation film. This work has a mythological value, involving fire, Opera House, performer and ashes.
 








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