Yuki Higashino explores a variety of topics through his work, including the influence of digital technology on our visual culture, immigrant identity, and the conflict between language and picture. Higashino combines several aesthetic standards, such as those of photography, calligraphy, and film, to create his own distinctive pictorial lexicon.
Residents from Japan
Alice Nien-Pu Ko
Alice, Nien-Pu Ko is a curator and writer. Her curated and co-curated works include Tony Oursler: Black Box (2021), SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now (2019), Tomb of the Soul, Temple, Machine and Self (2018), Flags, Transnational–Migrants and Outlaw Territories (2016), Reverse Niche–Dialogue and Rebuilding at the City’s Edge (2013).
Alice, Nien-Pu Ko has presented exhibitions at Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung; Tokyo Wonder Site, Tokyo; and Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture, Hong Kong, among others.