In charge of workshops, website, and organization
Participated since 2014
In charge of writing and coordination Participated since 2012
Artist. Focusing on the patterns existing in the process of communication, she creates works and conducts workshops. Her recent motifs are communications among family members such as a conversation between father and daughter or a grandmother’s rehabilitation activity, or social customary group communications such as echoes and a traditional circle dance. By applying a certain pattern to an individual or a group she observes how they come to an understanding with others. She creates works employing video, photographs, installation, and etc.
She received PhD at Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo, 2012. Solo shows includes "Have a meal with Father," Treasure Hill Artist Village, Taipei, Taiwan, 2013, "Training," TALION GALLERY, Tokyo, Japan, 2013, and "Mariko Tomomasa - Waodori," Art Tower Mito Criterium, Ibaraki, Japan, 2012. Group shows includes "TOKYO STORY 2014," Tokyo wonder site, Tokyo, Japan, 2014, "National Holidays," TALION GALLERY, Tokyo, Japan, 2012, "Videozoom: Giappone ‒ Reframing the Everyday," SALA 1, International Contemporary Art in Roma, Italy, 2010, Pino Pascali Museum, Pilognano a Mare, Italy, 2011 and "Kanazawa Art Platform 2008," 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan, 2008.
服部志帆. 2010．「森の民バカを取り巻く現代的問題－変わりゆく生活と揺れる民族関係」『森棲みの社会誌 アフリカ熱帯林の人・自然・歴史II』、京都大学出版会、木村大治、北西功一編 pp.179～206.
Artist. She is interested in the long human activity such as folklore, view of life and death and archaeological sites of various countries as well as what derives from these things. She uses the long human activity as her point of view from which she considers the present age and this perspective is exactly the central core of her artistic theme.
She has participated in exhibitions of video screening held at various cities in the world, and had created an art project where she transformed a room of an Hotel into art work.
Her art works are of various contents such as installation, photograph
 Worked in Naples for the project "Between art and science",[2009-2011] Worked in Pompei (International Institute of Pompei) Italy / London (Artists grant of the Agency for cultural affairs of the Japanese Ministry)
 Enrolled in PhD program at Tokyo University of the Arts , Tokyo
 "Kagamishi, Blue, Bird" Hagiwara projects, Tokyo. " Between art and science " Citta della scienza Napoli, Italy. " AIR Onomichi 4" (Artist in Residence Onomichi, Hiroshima)  "Silent ending and shared secret" Hotel T’POINT, Osaka.  "from / to #1" WAKO WORKS OF ART, Tokyo.  "ART-ING TOKYO 1999 – 21 x 21," Saison Art Program, Tokyo.
Between art and science executive committee was created in November, 2011. The core members of the project part 1 were Guglielmo Maglio (*Italy, Biologist), Shiho Hattori (*Japan, Cultural Anthropologist), and Naho Yokoya (*Japan, Artist).
The committee was expanded in the occasion of the project part 2, inviting researchers and specialists from different fields. We hope that the project provides a place where an exchange of knowledge through each member’s imagination and creativity to take place, and creates a unique opportunity for something unexpected to happen.
Artist / Founder and leader of the project
In charge of writing and production of exhibitions
Participated since 2012
Between art and science executive committee
She is a researcher of folk dances, musics and stage performances of Mande in west Africa.
2011 April Enrolled in PhD program at Ochanomizu University, Tokyo
2011 March MA, Ochanomizu University, Tokyo
2011 "Khassonké jelilu and their dance: a case study in Bamako, Mali" Master's thesis, Ochanomizu University.
DVD translation (French to Japanese)
2004 KEITA, Mamady. Guinée: Les rythmes du Mandeng vol.1-3 [Belgium: Fonti Musicali].
Artist. Born in 1980 in Osaka, and currently based in Osaka. Her art practice starts from exploration on a matter she encounters personally. Through the careful artistic research about its cultural and historical context and significance, she connects her understanding with her memory and imagination, and create a narrative world where reality and fantasy coexist in her work. She often creates installation employing different media such as video, sound, sculpture, and text.
She graduated from Hochschule für Bildende Künste, Staedelschule Frankfurt with Meisterschueler in 2012. She has participated in many exhibitions internationally including 2014 "Attention Economy", Kunsthalle Wien, Austria, 2013 "Signs Taken in Wonder", Kunstverein Hannover, Germany/ MAK Austrian Museum of Applied Arts/Contemporary Art, Austria, 2012 "Zauderberg", MMK Museum fur Moderne Kunst, Germany, 2012 “Baby, I lost my handshoes...”, Kunsthalle Exnergasse, Austria / Forum da Maia, Portugal, and others.
Researcher of dances
In charge of lecture and writing Participated since 2014
In charge of production of exhibitions, translation, and coordination
Participated since 2014
Guglielmo Maglio has a degree in Natural Sciences (Università di Napoli Federico II) and carried out anthropological and zoological surveys in Italy and abroad. He has experiences in the field of science education and communication, and from November 2007 he was a teacher in “Science Communication in Museums and Science Centres” at the Master in Science Communication organized by the University of Rome "Tor Vergata" and holds some teaching lessons in Masters in Science Communication in Naples, Pisa, Erice, Rovigo.
He is in charge of Fondazione IDIS - Città della Scienza from October 1996, currently covering the position of Manager of Science Communication Projects. He has been project manager for several European Projects. He has also taken care of the scientific content and the management of the Science Festival that Fondazione IDIS – Città della Scienza organized in Owerri (Nigeria) from April 24th to May 4th 2009 and has been invited to take a part to Science Festivals in Warsaw (Poland) and Grahamstown (South Africa).
Currently he’s a PhD student at the University of Napoli Federico II.
Chief Curator at Citta’ della Scienza and Researcher at Biology Department of Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
In charge of writing and production
Participated since 2012