Guan Jingyi was born in Wenzhou City, Zhejiang Province, China in 1995.
She graduated from Shanghai Film Art Academy in 2016. In April 2018, Guan was admitted to Joshibi University in Tokyo, Japan, majoring in textile design, focusing on weaving. She graduated in March 2022.
Experience in Japan -
2019 Edogawa Traditional Crafts Industry-Academia-Public Project Works Products.
2020 Hachioji Textile Industry Association Necktie Competition Tokyo Governor's Award.
2022 Joshibi University of Art and Design Graduation Exhibition Exhibit
2020 ⼋王⼦織物⼯業組合ネクタイコンペ 東京都知事賞 受賞（⼋王⼦纺织⼯业⼯会领带
2022 ⼥⼦美術⼤学⼯芸専攻 卒業制作展 出展
DODO, Jingxian Lin, is a Chinese artist who has graduated from TAMA Art University, Japan. DODO is skilled in wax dyeing and silk screen printing. Bearing pressure from high hopes, DODO particularly enjoys drawing and painting all kinds of patterns as a way out. The artist finds relief and happiness in the process of painting.
1998/03/26 Age 23
I work on the themes of "creating and being created," "circulation of life and death," and "mother."
Master of Art, TAMA ART UNIVERSITY, Tokyo (2022)
Bachelor of Art, TAMA ART UNIVERSITY, Tokyo (2020)
2020 多摩美術大学生産デザイン学科テキスタイル専攻 卒業
Fibre Artist / Interior Designer lives in Kanazawa Japan.
MA Department of Fiber Art, China Academy of Art (2019-2021).
BA Department of Textile Design, Tama Art University, Japan, 2018. Exchange semester at Fashion and Collection Design, Aalto University, Finland, 2016.
She is interested in the Ikat technique used in some Asian countries and applies it to artworks, exploring the boundary between craft and art. Rather than painting figurative objects, she is often inspired by the beauty and meaning of the materials themselves. She is also strongly influenced by Virginia DAVIS, who attempted to metaphorically remove the divide between art and craft by colouring and weaving the threads themselves, embedding colour and image within the weave structure.
2020 Graduated from Tama Art University, Faculty of Fine Arts, Department of Production Design, Department of Textile Design
2020 Tama Art University graduation work excellent work collection selection
2020 Solo Exhibition "stereotype"
While studying at school, No.44 taught herself photography while majoring in textile design. The artist was a street snap photographer at Japanese fashion media -- FASHION PRESS. Since graduation, she has been active as a photographer. No. 44 mainly shoots portraits. Recently, she has been creating works inspired by her inner complexity and her lack of a sense of belonging in society. Currently, No.44 presents her works through exhibitions and online social media.
2020 多摩美術大学 美術学部生産デザイン学科テキスタイルデザイン専攻卒業
2020 個展 「stereotype」
Runa Takeuchi is a Japanese designer born in 1996. She graduated from Tama Art University, Department of Textile Design in March 2020.
She continues her client work and independent production activities from three axes, centring on textiles, graphics and editorials.
Especially in textile design, she has been focusing on the relationship between "plane and solid" since she was in school. Moreover, she is still exploring the possibilities of textile and surface design from expressions that make use of "materials and technology".
She also continues to consider and record the textile production process and output methods as an experiment.
Her graduation work "Composition and Structure" (2019) was selected as an excellent work for graduation work at Tama Art University, and introduced in several web media. It became a major theme research that will lead to her future production activities.
Web : runatakeuchi.com
Instagram : @runa_artworks
Mail : email@example.com
Syoei Ko is from Ningbo, China. She started professional painting training in high school and majored in Fine Arts Education at Hangzhou Normal University in 2014. In 2016, She was admitted to Tama Art University, Textile Design in Tokyo, Japan. During her undergrad, she learned a variety of textile design technologies, such as screen printing, weaving, knitting, tailoring, sewing, etc.
Ko integrates traditional techniques with pioneer concepts. The artist focuses on fashion design and has established her unique design style. She transferred to OCAD University in 2019, majoring in Materials Art and Design. She will continue her design career after graduation.
Zhe Wang is an artist based in Beijing, China. With a B.A. from the Central University of Finance And Economics (Beijing) and studies in graphic design at the University of The Arts Utrecht (De Kunst Van HKU) in the Netherlands, She was admitted to Tama Art University in 2016, majoring in Product Design in Tokyo, Japan. The artist’s interests bridge the worlds of business, contemporary art, and design.
Wang is currently working as a designer for Hara Design Institute of NDC (Nippon Design Center). Meanwhile, she has recently been working with designers from Tokyo on furniture and graphic projects as a design group called Studio Shaping.