Kuroda Daisuke

  • Born in 1982 in Kyoto, Japan.
  • Based in Kyoto, Japan.

Through various research activities, Kuroda Daisuke searches for various specter-like presences buried and forgotten by society and gives them new shape in the form of video artworks and installations. In recent years, Kuroda has been conducting research sculpture, a medium which he studied at length at university and uses as the base of his creation process, and which he now seeks to reinterpret.

Kurodaʼs main exhibitions include Laïcité Forestalled, Through the Eyes of Dogeza, 3331 Arts Chiyoda (2019; Tokyo, Japan), Hyper Ghost Sculpture, Kanzan Gallery (2019; Tokyo, Japan), and The Absent History of Sculpture 2, 3331 Arts Chiyoda (2019; Tokyo, Japan). Group exhibitions include Tsushima Art Fantasia 2020‒21, Tsushima (2021; Nagasaki, Japan), Hon no kirinuki (“A Clipping from a Book”), Zuiunan (2020; Kyoto, Japan), and the Setouchi Triennale 2016, Shodo Island (2016; Kagawa, Japan).

  • Practice for DOGEZA, 2020