Vol. 4 Teppei Kaneuji, Azusa Hashimoto

Bold × ACK Talks “Living Freely” vol.4 Speakers’ Biographies

Teppei Kaneuji (Artist)
Born 1978 in Kyoto and lives and works in Kyoto. In 2001, while attending Kyoto City University of Arts, he studied at Royal College of Art (London) as an exchange student. He graduated with MA in sculpture from Kyoto City University of Arts, where he currently works as the associate professor. He collects everyday objects to create sculptures facilitating collage-like methodology, seeking new way of sculptural expression, using various medium such as painting, film and photography. His works has been shown in various domestic and international venues including solo exhibitions “Melting City / Empty Forest” (Yokohama Museum of Art, 2009), “Towering Something (Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, 2013), “Cubed Liquid, Metallic Memory” (Kyoto Art Center, 2014) and “Teppei Kaneuji’s ‘ZONES’” (Marugame Genichiro-Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art, 2016). His works has been used for the covers of numerous books, while he has created stage arts for various plays such as “We Can’t Understand Each Other Like Household Appliances” (Produced by Owl Spot) and KAAT Kids Program 2015 “Yummy and Fun Play ‘Wakatta-san’s Cookies.” He also created theatrical piece “TOWER (theater)” from his own film piece.

Azusa Hashimoto (Curator, The National Museum of Art, Osaka)
Azusa Hashimoto (b.1978, Shiga) is a curator of contemporary art at The National Museum of Art, Osaka, Japan, since 2008. Her interest lies in creativity caused by friction between global art history and local art. Recently she curated “Air Hole: Another Conceptualism from Asia”(2011), “Time of Others”(2015), “THE PLAY since 1967: beyond unknown currents” (2016), “Travelers: Stepping into the Unknown”(2018), “Viva Video! the Art and Life of Shigeko Kubota” (2021).


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