Performative in its origin, NaoKo TakaHashi’s wide-ranging practice incorporates installation, performance, text, film, video, sound, drawing, spoken word and sculpture.
NaoKo was born and raised in Japan and moved to the UK in 1992. She lives and works in London and currently undertaking a (part-time) PhD research programme, focused on spoken word at Leeds Beckett University, UK, to become Dr. NaoKo(!).
NaoKo worked on a collaborative project, Movement Reality with health professionals and people with neurological conditions (2016/2018-19). Together with Alex Baker, Alexander Costello and Dr. Kit Poulson, she organises experimental events culminating in group exhibitions.
NaoKo's curated/co-curated exhibitions are:
The Marbles Jackson is her collaborative music project with Terry Kirkbride.
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