A New Experience of Love, 2016, HD video, 42'

A New Experience of Love, 2016, HD video, 42'

A New Experience of Love, 2016, HD video, 42'

A Distant Duet, 2016, HD video, 2 projectors, 34'05"

A Distant Duet, 2016, HD video, 2 projectors, 34'05"

Big Mouth, Small Hands or Small Mouth, Big Hands, 2015, HD video, 20'

The Sound of a Horse Approaching, 2014, video installation, 82'

The Sound of a Horse Approaching, 2014, video installation, 82'

A Voyage to the Chilli Rain Season, 2014, HD video, 10'21"

Super young Chili, 2013, HD video, 27'

Here and There, Spring and Winter, 2012, HD video, 77'

Breath the Window!, 2011, HD video, 22'

Voice, 2010, SD video, 11'20"
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Biography

Maiko Jinushi

1984 Born in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Currently works and lives in Tokyo.
2010 MFA, Tama Art University, Tokyo

Solo exhibitions

2018 “Silver Factories on 53rd Street" Art Center Ongoin,Tokyo (JP)
2017 “A New Experience of Love" Ike no soko, New York
2016 “A New Experience of Love” HAGIWARA PROJECTS, Tokyo (JP)
2015 “Big Mouth, Small Hands or Small Mouth, Big Hands” Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo (JP)
2012 “Here and there, spring and winter” Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo (JP)

Group exhibition

2017 “p r o x y” curated by Vera Kavaleuskaya and Neme Arranz Ruiz, Atski Gallery, NODE Gallery, Studio 7044 Arabia Campus, Helsinki
2016 “RETURN TO – TWS Creator-in-Residence 2015-2016”, Tokyo Wonder Site, Tokyo (JP)
“Unusualness Makes Sense – Alternative Art Practices by Thai and Japanese Artists”, Chiang Mai University Art Center, Chiang Mai
“Sapporo Art Stage 2016”, Chi-Ka-Ho, Sapporo (JP)
2015 "Zero Gravity –El Ranchito Korea-Japan-”, Matadero Madrid, Madrid (ES)
“My Hole, Holes in Art”, Space 23℃, Tokyo (JP)
2014 “Fictive Communities Asia – Koganecho Bazaar 2014”, Kanagawa (JP)
“Father and Mother”, Talion Gallery, Tokyo (JP)
“COVERED TOKYO: Hikarie”, Hikarie, Tokyo (JP)
2013 “042 art area project 2013”, TANA Studio, Kanagawa (JP)
2011 “The Fertile Land”, Akibatamabi21, Tokyo (JP)
"The Artist Shocking”, Shinjukugankagaro, Tokyo (JP)
2010 “Kyoko Idetsu / Maiko Jinushi”, Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo (JP)
“Joint graduation exhibition of 5 art universities in Tokyo”, The National Art Center, Tokyo (JP)
2009 「Ongoing Festival」 Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo (JP)
2008 “noborder”, Tama Art University, Tokyo (JP)
"Art Award Tokyo”, Gyoko-dori Underground Gallery, Tokyo (JP)

Video Screening

2018 “Sound of Desires" HAGIWARA PROJECTS, Tokyo (JP)
2017 “Maiko Jinushi ‒ A Distant Duet”, Residency Unlimited, New York
2016 “The National Movie or Art, Okutama”, The National Museum of Art, Okutama, Tokyo (JP)
2015 “TERATOTERA Festival ‒Encounter- ” Musashino-Geino Theater, Tokyo (JP)
2014 “Fukuoka Independent Film Festival 2014”, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka (JP)
“THE LAST BAUS × TERATOTERA 10×10”, BAUS Theater, Tokyo (JP)
“Sendai CAMP”, Whole Hole Hall : HŌLU, Miyagi (JP)
“CINEDRIVE 2014”, Osaka (JP)
“A Voyage To The Chili Rain Season”, Ruang MES 56, Yogyakarta (ID)
2013 Super Young Chili”, YoYo Art Bar, Koganecho Bazaar, Kanagawa (JP)
“Fukuoka Independent Film Festival 2013”, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka (JP)
“Image Forum Festival Young Perspective”, Theatre Image Forum, Tokyo (JP)
“MAIKO JINUSHI screening of all works”, Shichoshitsu, Tokyo (JP)
2011 “TERATOTERA Festival”, Baus theater, Tokyo (JP)

Performances

2017 “Sound of Desires”, Western Front, Vancouver
2014 Public video recording “The Sound Of A Horse Approaching”, blanClass, Kanagawa (JP)/td>

Performances as of "Dodge"

2014 “A Voyage To The Chili Rain Season”, Ruang MES 56, Yogyakarta (ID)
2013 “Reading of Roberto Bolaño’s novel ‘2666’ ”, Mudai, Tokyo (JP)
“Freestyle in Koganecho”, YoYo Art Bar, Koganecho Studio, Kanagawa (JP)
2012 “ASAKUSA BEAT”, Harcoza, Tokyo (JP)
“A Memorandum of Michiko / CORU a dog”, Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo (JP)
2011 “Genius, Girl, Drummer”, Akibatamabi21, Tokyo (JP)
2010 “Voice”, Art Center Ongoing, Tokyo (JP)
2009 “Constructed and Broken Music”, Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, Tokyo (JP)

Artist in Residence

2015 Matadero Madrid -El Ranchito- (Exchange Residency Program by Tokyo Wonder Site), Madrid (ES)
2014 Koganecho Bazaar, Kanagawa (JP)
2013 KUNCI Cultural Studies Center, Yogyakarta (ID)