Graduating MFA students Nick Crockett, Joy Poulard Cruz, Shohei Katayama, and Erin Mallea, and Prof Bob Bingham, exhibit work in “Personal Structures.”
Tag: Shohei Katayama
Katayama received the MTV RE:DEFINE Art Award for his installation “Kintsukuroi | Golden Repair,” which he made during a residency in the Arctic Circle.
“Flight,” was installed outside Door 3 late last month and marks the completion of the first phase of an outdoor baggage claim sculptural walk.
“Shift” is an immersive light installation that explores mutable environments in relation to human perception by MFA Candidate Shohei Katayama.
MFA Candidate Shohei Katayama presents an immersive light installation around the ideas of impermanence and contamination.
Produced alongside the political theatre of 2017, “Highest Grossing Film: The Sequel” approaches issues of capital, entertainment, and collapse.
Tough Art is an innovative artist residency program that challenges artists and audiences to rethink their ideas of interactive museum experiences in one of the toughest venues–a children’s museum.
Beginning September 22, CMU MFA candidates will have a new off-campus space to develop and exhibit work, collaborate with other artists and thinkers, and enrich the artistic and cultural dialogue of Pittsburgh and beyond.
Closing party during the downtown gallery crawl for the School of Art’s annual First and Second Year MFA exhibition. “The Very Best Deserts”, showcases new work by a diverse group of eleven emerging artists working in a range of methodologies, conceptual frameworks, and media.
Shohei Katayama MFA ’19 has been selected to participate in the Tough Art 2017 Artist Residency program at the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh.