Mirai Totoki - Bio
SOFIA MIRAI TOTOKI
Born in 1995 in Madrid, Spain.
Currently based in Tokyo, Japan.
Mirai Totoki is a japanese-spanish visual artist whose practice includes installation, sculpture, architecture, painting and photography. In recent years, she worked on architectural installations using materials like massive outdoor tarps, cement and plants. She explores the massive changes in the urbanization of the city of Tokyo, where constant demolitions and reconstructions are a usual landscape. She does so through the idea of empty space and those in the process of construction, both ephemeral and temporary.
She studied Fine Arts at Complutense University of Madrid. During this time she obtained an Erasmus Scholarship to study Base for Experiment, Art and Research in Arnhem (The Netherlands) at ArtEZ University of the Arts. After graduating in 2018, she moved to Tokyo to study Global Art Practice MFA at Tokyo University of the Arts. She currently lives and works between Tokyo and Madrid.
2011 - 2013
Art Hight School, Escuela de Arte La Palma de Madrid
2013 - 2018
B.F.A. Complutense University of Madrid, Degree in Fine Arts
2016 - 2017
Overseas Study. ArtEZ University of the Arts, Base for Experiment, Art and Research
Exchange Program. Beaux-Arts de Paris, National School of Fine Arts
2019 - 2021
M.F.A. Tokyo University of the Arts, Department of Global Art Practice
Setagaya Dream Project, Machikara Art Prize 2022
"Tokyo Akichi Garden", Bontà Italia Art Gallery Cafe (Tokyo, Japan)
"Tokyo University of the Arts. The 69th Graduation Works Exhibitions", The University Art Museum, Tokyo University of the Arts (Tokyo, Japan)
"GAP 2020 Online Exhibition", Online
"TORIDE ARTPATH 2019 - Attraction", Tokyo University of the Arts, Toride Campus (Ibaraki, Japan)
"Art as Experiment: Body and Sound", Palais des Beaux Arts (Paris, France)
"BLUR Exposición Fin de Grado", Facultad de Bellas Artes UCM (Madrid, Spain)
"Shakesperience", BOKA Broedplaats Oude Kraan Arnhem (Arnhem, Netherlands)
"A Sleep A Thing A Wake", ArtEZ Institute of the Arts (Arnhem, Netherlands)
"Vértice", La Trasera, Facultad de Bellas Artes UCM (Madrid, Spain)
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