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b. 1967, Japan

Mariko Mori Related Press

Mariko Mori scales up her metaphysical art with the latest fabrication technology Related Press Mariko Mori scales up her metaphysical art with the latest fabrication technology 23 April 2018, The Architect's Newspaper

New York-based artist Mariko Mori's nearly 30-year career has been defined by her futuristic, alien aesthetic. Her sculptures and spaces investigate our minds and the universe around us—seen and unse

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MARIKO MORI with Jessica Holmes Related Press MARIKO MORI with Jessica Holmes 31 March 2018, The Brooklyn Rail

Mariko Mori, unafraid to shed the skins of her past, has made a career from surprising contemporary art audiences around the world through a process of constant renewal in her work. But as it turns ou

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Best art at the Rio Olympics Related Press Best art at the Rio Olympics 15 August 2016, Hyperallergic

Women sweep the gold this year, with Mariko Mori and Adriana Varejão both introducing two stunning, large-scale installations. Incidentally, both also center on water. Over five years in the making, Mori’s Ring: One with Nature  sets a luminous acrylic ring at the peak of the 190-foot-tall Véu da Noiva waterfall in Cunhambebe State...

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Ring around the world: Mariko Mori creates a cascading installation for the Rio 2016 Olympics Related Press Ring around the world: Mariko Mori creates a cascading installation for the Rio 2016 Olympics 11 August 2016, Wallpaper*

For all the heartwarming – occasionally bone-shattering – excitement that the Rio Olympics has already delivered, the events's legacy is destined to be remembered as much for by the seedy realities of doping, corruption and social tumult as the momentary, borderless merging of culture and race (an especially worthwhile sentiment...

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Mariko Mori and Tracey Moffatt in New Art Exhibitions at Perth Festival Related Press Mariko Mori and Tracey Moffatt in New Art Exhibitions at Perth Festival 16 March 2015, Sydney Morning Herald

Over the past few years the Perth Festival has established a reputation for an adventurous visual arts program. This is in contrast to most of the arts festivals around Australia, which are dominated by the performing arts. Perth has avoided the talk-fest and based its program on a striking range of international and local exhibitions chosen by...

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Takahiro Kaneshima on Art Fair Tokyo Related Press Takahiro Kaneshima on Art Fair Tokyo 23 February 2015, Artinfo | 12 February 2015

With slightly more than a month to go before the tenth anniversary edition of Art Fair Tokyo opens at the Tokyo International Forum on March 20, what can visitors expect this year? The 2015 edition of the fair will feature a number of special curated showcases that highlight the historical context behind several Japanese art movements. Working...

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These Japanese Artists are Changing the Meaning of Art Related Press These Japanese Artists are Changing the Meaning of Art 23 February 2015, The Culture Trip

Japan has always been one of the countries at the forefront of technological advances. It is not a surprise that artists from the country are therefore also drawn to the potentials of using technology and scientific knowledge to create mesmerising works that alter our perception of reality. The Culture Trip brings you 10 artists who are...

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