Hiroko’s curiosity for transitional spaces is manifested through the tension between revealing and concealing, expansion and contraction. Through the language of familiar, yet unrecognizable forms, she attempts to create an abstract space that recognizes the interdependence of all things - celebrating movement in stillness, and stillness in movement. Often borrowing from the philosophy of Japanese aesthetics where art is seen as a vehicle to experience the metaphysical, Hiroko seeks to cultivate a practice that serves as an expanding space for contemplation.
- “Shapes on the Brink” / 333 Anywhere
- "A Dance in Between", River City Bangkok
- RED Gallery, Melbourne (Postponed)
- New Year. New Blood, RED Gallery, Melbourne
- Grad.Show.2019, The Victorian College of the Arts, Melbourne
- Toys R Us, Second Space Projects, Melbourne
- Gaping, VCA Student Gallery, Melbourne
- Graduate Exhibition, Central Saint Martins: University of Arts London, London
- International Student Art Show, VCA Student Gallery, Melbourne
- Proud, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, Melbourne
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