Born in 1984. Toyama, Japan.
Fuyuki's work is based on the idea of the object as something between sculpture and situation.
Especially in recent years, he has been conducting multifaceted research on the relationship between Japan, the Philippines, and the U.S.
In recent years, he has received a grant from the Yoshino Gypsum Art Foundation and a residency in New York and through the Agency of Cultural Affairs' Program of Overseas Study for Upcoming Artists in Manila.
He is currently researching and working on a museum exhibition to be held in Manila, Philippines next year.
During his stay, he plans to conduct extensive research on the deprivation of records carried out by war and other means.
Also he would like to investigate the ongoing changes in the role of museums.
He is currently a research student at Global Art Practice, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts.
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