vivo e lavoro a Yokohama, Japan
data di nascita 25/01/1972
Website: http://www.shinobuterada.net/ Education 1995-1998 Kuwasawa Design School (Tokyo, Japan) 1991-1995 Nihon University (Tokyo, Japan) Selected Solo Exhibitions 2011 RED CUBE (Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, Japan) 2010 Shinjuku Ganka Gallery (Shinjuku Ward, Tokyo, Japan) 2009 KEY Gallery (Chuo Ward, Tokyo, Japan) Gallery Dojunkai (Shibuya Ward, Tokyo, Japan) 2008 Artspace Ginza One (Chuo Ward, Tokyo, Japan) Selected Group Exhibitions 2016 STRATO FOTOGRAFICO (Setagaya Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan) 2016 BAREFOOT PATH (Korpo, Finland) 2015 Ecoda Universe (Nerima Ward, Tokyo, Japan) 2012 BIWAKO BIENNALE Wakayama Extension (Wakayama City, Wakayama, Japan) 2012 BIWAKO BIENNALE (Higashiomi City, Shiga, Japan) 2011 Ecoda Universe (Nerima Ward, Tokyo, Japan) 2009 Art Plant（Higashiyamato City, Tokyo, Japan） Selected Residencies 2016 AARK Residency (Korpo, Finland) 2015 Ecoda Universe Artist in Residence (Nerima Ward, Tokyo, Japan) 2015 Arteles Artist in Residence (Haukijárvi, Finland） 2015 Haihatus Artist in Residence (Joutsa, Finland) 2014 SĺM Residency (Reykjavik, Iceland) 2014 Jiwar Artist in Residence (Barcelona, Spain) 2013 BankART Studio NYK A.I.R. Program (Yokohama City, Japan) Collections 2015 Nanjo House (Tokyo, Japan) 2008 Yasuhiko Shimada Collection (Tokyo, Japan)
I think that everything in this world, not only humankind, but also the daily necessities around us, has a history and a spirit. For example, the damages and stains of things express the history of objects. And, if the person has precious memories about these things, the spirit of the owner links to them, directly. I have been interested in old things, because I can feel their history. When I see objects, especially daily necessities, I always imagine the stories they can tell. And I think about the people that have used them. How were these objects used? What memories do they contain? My imagination links strongly to my work as an important means to connect with these objects.