An Interview with Japanese artist Mariko Mori

VIDEO: Japanese artist Mariko Mori, on her solo exhibition at the Japan Society.

 

New York-based Japanese artist Mariko Mori (b.1967) discussed her solo exhibition at the Japan SocietyRebirth: Recent Work by Mariko Mori. Best known for her performances, installations, and videos, her works focus on alternative interpretations of self and the exploration of space, spirituality, technology, and the various factors that influence the viewer’s perception of identity. For this exhibition, Mori has created her own cosmic environment throughout the entire gallery space, complete with 35 multimedia artworks. The artist also discusses her performance related to the sculptural installation Ring,which was created in the indoor garden of the Japan Society.


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