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A Japanese independent curator based in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Previously worked for several art galleries in Tokyo, Newcastle, London, Edinburgh and Aberdeen over the last decade. Venues include both public and private sector organisations such as BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, One in the Other, Inverleith House, Ingleby Gallery and Peacock Visual Arts.
Recent work includes: Kyojitsu-Hiniku, Pavilhão Japonês, São Paulo, Brazil; Alan Johnston & Atsuo Hukuda two-person show, Suisei-Art, Kanazawa, Japan; Jack Davidson exhibition, Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen; Ilana Halperin: Geologic Intimacy (Yu no Hana), Fujiya Gallery Hanayamomo, Beppu, Japan (2016) and Peacock Visual Arts, Aberdeen (2017); Leaves Without Routes, Nanmoncho323, Taipei Botanical Garden, Taiwan (2016); Bushiro Mohri exhibition, AIS Gallery, Gunma, Japan (2016); Atsuo Hukuda exhibition, Duff House, Banff (2016); contribution to Roger Ackling: Between the Lines (2015); among others.