Tokyo-based artist Yuko Mohri takes up residence at Camden Arts Centre in late August. Producing installations that convey intangible energies such as magnetism, gravity, light and temperature, Mohri creates assemblages of reconfigured everyday items and machine parts collected in cities around the world. Mohri is the Grand Prix winner of the 2015 Nissan Art Award. Her residency in London is part of her award, organised in association with Arts Initiative Tokyo who we have been working with for the past two years on a series of residency exchanges.
Supported by Nissan Art Award, Arts Initiative Tokyo, the Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation, the Japan Foundation and Angela Koulakoglou