ISOZAKI MIchiyoshi / 磯崎 道佳

Through his art, ISOZAKI Michiyoshi brings out frank curiosities in people from all walks of life. ISOZAKI`s work offers a space where each onlooker can find his or her new viewpoint. Born in 1968 in Mito-City, Japan, he received his MFA in Sculpture from Tama Art University. Between 2001-2002, he was an Asian Cultural Council fellow, spent one year at MoMA PS-1 International Studio Program. Isozaki currently lives and works in Hokkaido, Japan.
Major projects: “Parachute and MAKIO”: Strangers exchange letters with each other. “DOME Project”: Participants collectively create a gigantic balloon. “Zokin Zo Project”: Participants make life-size animals with used clothes. and “Life of Mop”.
1968 Born Mito-city, Japan
1996 Completed the Master Course at Tama Art University, Majored in Sculpture
2001-2002 MoMA PS-1 International Studio Program on a fellowship grant from the Asian Cultural Council