So Too Much of Much of Everything
Published by Book
Works March 2007
Chap Book Series No 7
[the] Evidence Version 3: images that move
Published by the evidence journal Jan 2010
Audio Books to coincide with an exhibition
An Exploration of Perforated Space in Four Segments of Words
Published by IMT Gallery Feb 2010
Limited Edition of 50
Aphrodite's Left Turn by Samuel Dowd, a collaborative writing project, published by FormContent May 2011
Petite Envelope Urbaine No. 20
published in London by Centre de Recherche Urbaine de Montreal Canada, Nov 2012
Limited Edition of 70
Launch @ Banner Repeater 16 Nov 2012
Printed in colour with a monochrome Riso printed, published by Sluice Art Fair, Oct 2012
Edition of 100
Do You Have These Symptoms?
Part of the installation, Stubornly Persistent Illusion, Chapter I: Red Planet
Published by IMT Gallery Sep 2013
Edition of 1,000
Shaken from the Sky
Group show with Clare Gasson, Rowena Hughes, Patricia Pinsker
03 April - 04 May 2014
IMT Gallery, London
Rattle Issue V
Published by Rattle Journal, London, April 2014
launch date t.b.a.
The Marbles Jackson is a collaborative lo-fi music project with Terry Kirkbride.
NaoKo TakaHashi is an artist, born in Japan, lives and works
in London. Her work highlights the ambiguities and confusions of national and individual identities played out through language. Focusing on issues of dislocation, re-location and representation in a multi-cultural, multi-lingual society, she explores processes of continual translation: from thought to voice, between one language and another, through one media to the next.
NaoKo's work is primarily performative, including live performance and performance as a means of generating video/sound work; however, she also works with text and installation art. She uses text to examine and imagine (often humorously) a complex matrix of social and cultural forms of representation. Her installation works often include sculptural piece as well as traces of performance as video/sound installation. She often incorporates one medium into another in experimenting with new concepts and approaches to artwork.
NaoKo finished her BA in Fine Art Media at Chelsea College of
Art and Design in 2000 and her MFA in Fine Art Media at the
Slade School of Fine Art, UCL in 2002.
NaoKo TakaHashi is represented by IMT Gallery.
© NaoKo TakaHashi