2018 Inga Maren Otto Fellow, Masako Miki has exhibited her immersive installations and detailed works on paper at sites throughout the Bay Area and Japan. Inspired by Shinto and Buddhist traditions, she attempts through her work to dissolve the boundaries between realms. Miki has been a resident artist at Kamiyama Artists in Residency (Tokushima, Japan), Facebook (Menlo Park, California), and the de Young Museum (San Francisco, California). In 2016, she was a recipient of an Artist Fellowship Award from Kala Art Institute in Berkeley, California, and has been selected for the MATRIX Program at Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive for 2019. She is a native of Japan and currently based in Berkeley, California.
Masako Miki is represented by CULT | Aimee Friberg Exhibitions in San Francisco.
Masako Miki will be preparing a new body of work including a large ink drawing and sculptural pieces for a site-specific installation at Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive in 2019. The series continues to explore the idea of dissolving boundaries in order to expand our perceptions.