(b.1979) is a curator, writer and the founding director of , a Tokyo-based art space for curatorial collaboration and practices. After studying human sciences at , he moved to Bangkok (2001-2004) and then to London (2005-2012) to develop his skills in public policy and economics. His broad interests in humanities and social sciences led him to consider contemporary art as a means to foster critical thinking through generating interdisciplinary questions. He graduated from in art criticism and curation.
recent projects focus on a media analysis of power structure and cultural hegemonies including: , a public address and film screening curated as an adaptation of a lecture at , Tokyo, 2018; , an exhibition of commissioned artworks and archival resources at , New York, 2019. He is currently writing an investigative essay as a critique of imperial institutions and Japan’s cultural diplomacy.