Mako Ishizuka “What if we Track the Small World?”

Design Creative Centre Kobe Kiito

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[Image: Mako Ishizuka "World as Botanical Landscape - Notes on Thoughts" (2017)]

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Originally from Kobe, Mako Ishizuka has been based abroad for an extended period of time and now currently works in Paris and Stockholm. Constantly labelled as a ‘stranger’ or ‘foreigner’ by society, she struggles with the difference between her background and the specific culture of where she resides, and translates the emotions and experiences of her everyday into her artwork. Not only restricted to perspective art, Mako Ishizuka works with various media to deliver projects that are born from essays and the relationships that come from conversations and collaborations with different people.

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from September 30, 2017 at 11:00 to October 22, 2017 at 19:00

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Mako Ishizuka

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