飯山由貴
Yuki IIYAMA
1988 Born in Kanagawa
Currently lives and works in Kanagawa and Tokyo
profile photo by Shingo KANAGAWA
WORKS EXHIBITIONS NEWS STATEMENT CV

WORKS

  • Installation view of Yokohama Triennale 2020
    2020
    Installation view
    Venue: Yokohama Museum of Art (Kanagawa) /Photo: OTSUKA Keita /Photo courtesy of Organizing Committee for Yokohama Triennale
  • OLD LONG STAY
    2020
    Single channel video, sound, 170min
    video still
  • Nice to meet you ARTECHNIK
    2017
    Installation view
    Venue: Sendai Mediatheque (Miyagi)
  • Wheel
    2017
    cotton thread, 1000 x 1000 mm
  • Room of War Paintings
    2015-2016
    3 found war paintings, Single channel video, sound, 23min.32sec.
    “Doing history!” 2016 / installation view / Venue: Fukuoka Art Museum (Fukuoka)
  • Room of War Paintings
    2015-2016
    Single channel video, sound, 23min.32sec.
    Video still
  • Past conversations in front of the collection
    2016
    Single channel video, sound, 16min.34sec.
    7 different texts / “Doing history!” 2016 / installation view / Venue: Fukuoka Art Museum (Fukuoka)
  • Past conversations in front of the collection
    2016
    Single channel video, sound, 16min.34sec.
    Video stil
  • 100 Living Tales
    2016
    3 channel video installation with sound, 66 wood panels and notebook
    “Setouchi Triennale 2016” 2016 / installation view / Venue: Miyaura Gallery 6 (Naoshima) / Photo by Ken Kato
  • 100 Living Tales
    2016
    3 channel video installation with sound, 66 wood panels and notebook
    “Setouchi Triennale 2016” 2016 / installation view / Venue: Miyaura Gallery 6 (Naoshima) / Photo by Ken Kato
  • 100 Living Tales
    2016

    Video still
  • 100 Living Tales
    2016

    Video still
  • Solo Exhibition “APMoA Project, ARCH vol.16 Yuki IIYAMA, Temporary home, Final home”
    2015
    installation view
    Venue: Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art (Aichi)
  • Solo Exhibition “APMoA Project, ARCH vol.16 Yuki IIYAMA, Temporary home, Final home”
    2015
    installation view
    Venue: Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art (Aichi)
  • What was talked about, and why the format and content of this story is constructed in that way
    2015
    Single channel video, sound, 45min.47sec.
    video still
  • High and Low
    2015
    Single channel video, sound, 27min.33sec., print (518x728mm)
    video still
  • SOUVENIR
    2015
    mixed media
  • VIVRE SA VIE / Jibun no Jinsei wo Ikiru / My life to Live
    2015
    Neon light, 150 x 1250 x 100 mm
  • Solo Exhibition “We walk and talk to search your true home / Moomin Family goes on a picnic to see Kannon”
    2014
    installation view
    Venue: WAITINGROOM (Tokyo)
  • Solo Exhibition “We walk and talk to search your true home / Moomin Family goes on a picnic to see Kannon”
    2014
    installation view
    Venue: WAITINGROOM (Tokyo)
  • Moomin Family goes on a picnic to see Kannon
    2014
    Slide picture
    Photo by Hibiki Miyazawa
  • We walk and talk to search your true home
    2013
    Single channel video, sound, 33min.52sec
    video still
  • hidden names
    2014
    installation
  • Local History: The little history of this place / about planting and reaping greens
    2014
    Wool, inkjet print on paper, 1650 x 2700 mm
  • Solo Exhibition “Steam, Smoke, Onshi”,
    2013
    installation view
    Venue: JIKKA (Tokyo)
  • Solo Exhibition “Steam, Smoke, Onshi”
    2013
    installation view
    Venue: JIKKA (Tokyo)
  • Solo Exhibition “Steam, Smoke, Onshi”
    2013
    installation view
    Venue: JIKKA (Tokyo)
  • Steam
    2013
    Single channel video, 8min.55sec.
    video still
  • Smoke
    2013
    Single channel video, 14min.1sec
    video still
  • Unnamed accident
    2010
    mixed media installation, dimension variable
  • Famous Paintings and the Wilderness
    2011
    mixed media installation, dimension variable
  • car crash
    2012
    mixed media installation, dimension variable
  • How do I deal with this anxiety
    2012
    mixed media installation, dimension variable
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NEWS

STATEMENT

Using archival materials of the past and interviews with people as my clues, I create videos and installations that explore how society and individuals influence one another. I am interested in the process through which social stigmas are created and the re-telling of these experiences.

CV

EDUCATION
2013

Tokyo University of the Arts, Master’s degree, Oil Painting

2011

Joshibi University of Art and Design, Bachelor’s degree, Painting Major

TEACHING POSITION
2021-

Part-time instructor, Tama Art University, Department of Painting, Oil Painting Course

2016-2019

Part-time instructor, Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School of Fine Arts, The Oil Painting

SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2022

We walk and talk to search your true home, Tokyo Metropolitan Human Rights Plaza, Tokyo

2020

100 Living Tales, WAITINGROOM, Tokyo

2017

Words coming out of the wards, ARTHUB Mikiso, Fukuoka

2016

Setouchi Triennale 2016: Artists in Gallery 6 2016 Vol.1: Yuki IIYAMA, 100 Living Tales, Miyaura Gallery 6, Naoshima, Kagawa

2015

APMoA Project, ARCH vol.16 : Yuki IIYAMA, Temporary home, Final home, Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Aichi

Solo Show, WAITINGROOM booth, Art Fair Tokyo 2015, Tokyo International Forum, Tokyo

2014

We walk and talk to search your true home / Moomin Family goes on a picnic to see Kannon, WAITINGROOM, Tokyo

2013

Steam, Smoke, and Onshi, JIKKA, Tokyo

2011

Installation Plan, ginza gallery joshibi, Tokyo

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2022

DAZZLER, Kyoto Art Center, Kyoto

Listen to the Sound of the Earth Turning: Our Well Being since the Pandemic, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo

2021

The Inner Lives of Islands, Te Tuhi, New Zealand

Faraway, So Close Curated by Koki Tanaka, ONLINE

Habitats of the Voice, PRIVATE, Tokyo

11 Stories on Distanced Relationships: Contemporary Art from Japan, ONLINE

2020

10TH, WAITINGROOM, Tokyo

Yokohama Triennale 2020 Afterglow, Yokohama Museum of Art, Kanagawa

Exhibition of New Collections, Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka

2017

How to Gather The World, Tomonotsu Museum, Hiroshima

NEWSPACE, WAITINGROOM, Tokyo

Nice to meet you ARTECHNIK, Sendai Mediatheque, Miyagi

MOT Satellite – by the deep rivers, Museum of contemporary art Tokyo satellite project, across Kiyosumi-shirakawa, Tokyo

history in art/ pop up show at MKG, MAHO KUBOTA GALLERY, Tokyo

2016

Doing history!, Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka

Yuki IIYAMA: Arino Mamagoto, BIYONG POINT, Akita

2015

SENSOU-GA STUDIES, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo

Hesitation, HIGURE 17-15 cas, Tokyo

Post-Narratives / Artists as Collectors, namGallery, Tokyo

2014

Arafudo Art Annual 2014, Minka-en (A park with an old private house), Fukushima

The 2nd 28zaki Kaihin Exposition Festival, Kyu-tamanoi ryokan, Fukuoka

SUMMER GROUP SHOW - FROM NOW ON -, WAITINGROOM, Tokyo

identity X, nca | nichido contemporary art, Tokyo

First Attacks!, Space Wunderkammer, Tokyo

2013

Tent Village, art & river bank, Tokyo

28zaki Kaihin Exposition Festival, Kyu-tamanoi ryokan, Fukuoka

Pre Show Toride 2013, Tokyo University of the Arts, Toride building, Ibaraki

2012

Watarase Art Project 2012 PARADE, Nikko City Ashio Cho, Tochigi

RinnePlatz, Gallery Conceal, Tokyo

Imagining the inside of the Tank, Geisai, Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo

Gunma Seinen Biennale 2012, The Museum of Modern Art, Gunma, Gunma

Gelsemium Elegance, Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo

2011

GTS Sumida River Story of New Spots 2011, Sumida Park Riverside Gallery, Tokyo

Work was here. Contemporary Art Archaeology, ginza gallery jyoshibi, Tokyo

Art Award Tokyo Marunouchi 2011, Gyoko-dori Underground Gallery, Tokyo

Jyoshibi Style * Front Line 2011, BankArt Studio NYK, Kanagawa

PERFORMANCES AND EVENTS
2015

Looking for the person who is engaged in a certain occupation, around Ueno area, Tokyo

Drunk man, misapplication, archives, and rubbish , namGallery, Tokyo

2014

Thinking about new subtitles for the silent film, Space Wunderkammer, Tokyo

2013

Drinking tea or drinks while reading scrapbooks, art & river bank, Tokyo

Searching my (your) true home, Ogikubo Station, Tokyo

voices textile, Le Tabou, Tokyo

VIDEO SCREENING
2022

"OLD LONG STAY" screening in Kyoto, Ryukoku University Avanti Kyoto Hall, Kyoto

2021

The 3rd Tokyo International Deaf Film Festival, Euro Live, Tokyo / ONLINE

Itoshima International Art Festival 2021: Itoshima Arts Farm, "’Marebito Cinema’ is back", Masue Gonkuro Shrine, Fukuoka

2017

The 9th Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions Partnership Program “Cinematic Prism” Video screening AIT resident artists, AIT room, Daikanyama, Tokyo

PUBLICATIONS
We walk and talk to search your true home / Moomin Family goes on a picnic to see Kannon, September 2014, WAITINGROOM
Steam, Smoke, Onshi (Empress’s gifts), September 2013, Self Publishing
CATALOGUES AND BROCHURES
Listen to the Sound of the Earth Turning: Our Wellbeing since the Pandemic, catalogue, Aug.9, 2022, Mori Art Museum
Yokohama Triennale 2020 Afterglow, catalogue, Apr. 2021, Organizing Committee for Yokohama Triennale
APMoA Project, ARCH 2012-2017, catalogue, Mar. 2019, Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art
Nice to meet you Artechnik, catalogue, Apr. 2018, T&M Projects
How to collect the world, catalogue, Mar. 2018, Tomonotsu Museum
SENSOU-GA STUDIES, catalogue, 2017, SENSOU-GA STUDIES Executive Committee
Setouchi Triennale 2016, catalogue, Jun. 2017, Setouchi Triennale Executive Committee
Doing history!, catalogue, March 2017, Fukuoka Art Museum
PLAY A RECORD, MOT Satellite 2017 - by the deep rovers, catalogue, Feb. 11 2017, remo
The 4th Tobi Selection Group Exhibition, archive catalogue, 2016, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
APMoA Project, ARCH vol.16: Yuki IIYAMA “Temporary home, Final home”, Brochure, Aug. 2015, Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art
Art Fair Tokyo 2015, Catalogue, Mar. 18 2015, Art Fair Tokyo Executive Committee
ARTICLES
Nodoka Odawara “Yuki Iiyama's Response to Domestic Violence and Gender Disparity. What has emerged from the exhibition at the Mori Art Museum?”, web Bijutsu Techo, Sep. 11, 2022, https://bijutsutecho.com/magazine/interview/25981
"Listen to the Sound of the Earth Turning: Our Well Being since the Pandemic", Metropolitana tokyo, vol.235、Sep. 2022, Sankei Shimbun Sha, p.18, https://metropolitana.tokyo/ja/archive/metropolitana235special-02
"A Directory of Japanese Who Will Create the 21st Century vol.139", AERA, vol. 1927, Asahi Shimbun Publications, p. 81
Nodoka Odawara "Review: "Listen to the Sound of the Earth Turning: Our Well Being since the Pandemic" Living with Others in Challenging Age", Tokyo Shimbun, Aug. 26, 2022, p.3
Fumie Iwamoto "New Dialogue in a Changing Daily Life -- Art exhibition questioning wellbeing under the influence of COVID-19 ", Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Aug. 22, 2022, p.10
“Contemporary "Well-Being" through Art. 16 artists from Japan and abroad gather at Mori Art Museum” web Bijutsu Techo, June 29, 2022, https://bijutsutecho.com/magazine/news/report/25735
Natsuko Fukushima ““Happiness" and "health" after the Corona disaster are considered through the works of 16 artists. Report of the exhibition “Listen to the Sound of the Earth Turning: Our Well Being since the Pandemic””, Tokyo Art Beat, June 28, 2022, https://www.tokyoartbeat.com/articles/-/listen-to-the-sound-of-the-earth-report-2022
“Looking for New Japanese contemporary art –RECOMMEND-098 YUKI IIYAMA”, Casa BRUTUS extra issue, p. 181, May. 2022, Magazine House
"Facing the Issues of 'Disability' and 'Ethnicity'," Toyo Keizai Nippo, Jan. 28, 2022
“How to face art, illuminating the life beside us. Ken Sasaki x Yuki Iiyama”, Bijutsu Techo, No.1092, Feb. 2022, p.54-63, Bijutsu Shuppan Sha
"The Japan Foundation decides to cancel video work on Korean mental patients in Japan," Chosen Shinpo, Sep. 21, 2021, https://www.chosonsinbo.com/jp/2021/09/18-49top-2/
" Art is a vessel for conversation and engagement / Artist Yuki Iiyama," Chosen Shinpo, Sep. 21, 2021, https://www.chosonsinbo.com/jp/2021/09/18-49/
“In a corner of the exhibition room," Chosen Shinpo, Sep. 24, 2020, https://www.chosonsinbo.com/jp/2020/09/24-19/
Tomoko Kuroiwa, "Afterglow - 7th Yokohama Triennale 2020”, Review, Flash Art, #332 Fall 2020, p.206
Daisuke Miyatsu, “Daisuke Miyatsu's New Media Art, File 38 Yuki Iiyama”, Art Collectors, No.139, Oct. 2020, p.102, Seikatsu no Tomo Sha
Koichiro Osaka “7th Yokohama Triennale, ‘Afterglow’” ART AGENDA, Sep. 8th, 2020, https://www.art-agenda.com/features/346966/7th-yokohama-triennale-afterglow
Edward M. Gómez, “A Triennale In Tune With Our Pandemic-Affected Moment”, HYPERALLERGIC, Aug. 1 2020, Hyperallergic Media Inc., https://hyperallergic.com/579446/2020-yokohama-triennale-during-pandemic/
Taro Nettleton, “Yokohama Triennale 2020 ‘Afterglow’ Review: Must the Show Go On?”, Art Review, Jul. 29 2020, https://artreview.com/yokohama-triennale-2020-afterglow-review-must-the-show-go-on/
“Yokohama Triennale 2020 opens. What is the future of art beyond the COVID-19?”, web Bijutsu Techo, Jul. 17 2020, Bijutsu Shuppan Sha, https://bijutsutecho.com/magazine/news/report/22348
“Japanese contemporary art summary”, “Casa BRUTUS”, No.243, Jun. 2020, p.107, Magazine House
Akihito Suzuki, "Mental Illness and Art Part 3: Interview with Yuki Iiyama (Part 2) / Akihito Suzuki (Keio University) and Yuki Iiyama (Artist)," Medical history and social dialogue, Feb. 17, 2020, https://igakushitosyakai.jp/interview/post-2269/
Akihito Suzuki, "Mental Illness and Art Part 3: Interview with Yuki Iiyama (Part 2) / Akihito Suzuki (Keio University) and Yuki Iiyama (Artist)," Medical history and social dialogue, Feb. 17, 2020, https://igakushitosyakai.jp/interview/post-2115/
Satoshi Koganezawa, “Expression of technique to live”, Bijutsu Techo, No.1064, Feb. 2018, p.172-173, Bijutsu Shuppan Sha
Koji Takeguchi, Nikkei Shinbun Kyushu edition, Jul. 7 2017, NEWS SERVICE NIKKEI
Saori Tsukamoto (Keio University), “Psychiatry and Art-The imagination of Yuki Iiyama”, Medical history and social dialogue, May 17 2017, https://igakushitosyakai.jp/article/post-141/
Fake history, +journal, 2016 (Essay)
Nao Kimura, “UNKNOWN”, NEW ERA Ladies ZINE, 2016
Artist at Galllery 6 2016 vol.1 Yuki Iiyama “100 Living Tales”, Benesse Art Site Naoshima, Aug.19 2016, http://benesse-artsite.jp/en/story/20160819-670.html
Art of “Reading” Part 3 Enjoying the shape of book or character, Art Collectors, No.89, Aug. 2016, p.34, Seikatsu no Tomo Sha
Shotaro Watanabe, “Kagawa, 100 Living Tales, Yuki Iiyama, Setouchi Triennale 2016”, Asahi Newspaper Digital, Apr. 2 2016, http://www.asahi.com/articles/ASJ3M6FF4J3MPLXB016.html
Sachiko Shoji, “Margin for a place and exit”, Bijutsu Techo, No.1031, Dec. 2015, p.184-185, Bijutsu Shuppan Sha
APMoA Project, ARCH vol.16 Yuki IIYAMA, Bijutsu Techo No.1026, Sep.2015, ART NAVI p.17, Bijutsu Shuppan Sha
Yoko Nose, “Yuki IIYAMA Temporary home, Final home (APMoA Project, ARCH Vol.16)”, artscape, Sep. 1 2015, http://artscape.jp/report/curator/10114137_1634.html
Mihoko Nishikawa (Moderator and Constitution), “Cross Talk: Research/Archive/Narrative What can art talk? Thinking of “Words” and “History”. Motoyuki Shitamichi x Futoshi Miyagi x Shun Sasa x Yuki Iiyama”, Bijutsu Techo, No.1021, May 2015, p.96-101, Bijutsu Shuppan Sha
“Newcomer Artists Who was Found in Art Fair”, Bijutsu no Mado, No.380, May 2015, p.79, Seikatsu no Tomo Sha
Kotaro Shimada, “Playing by oneself and soft reality”, Bijutsu Techo, No.1016, Dec. 2014, p.237, Bijutsu Shuppan Sha
Yuki Iiyama solo exhibition “We walk and talk to search your true home / Moomin Family goes on a picnic to see Kannon”, Bijutsu Techo, No.1012, Oct. 2014, ART NAVI p.15, Bijutsu Shuppan Sha
“What she saw, what she feels, what she told – Yuki Iiyama solo exhibition We walk and talk to search your true home / Moomin Family goes on a picnic to see Kannon”, TOKYO HEADLINE, vol.646, Sep. 13 2014
Reiko Matsumoto “Yuki Iiyama solo exhibition Moomin Family goes on a picnic to see Kannon in Ebisu”, FASHION HEADLINE, Sep.11 2014, http://www.fashion-headline.com/article/2014/09/11/7660.html
Yumisong “Interview with Yuki Iiyama”, Arafudo Art Annual 2014, Sep.5 2014, http://arafudo.net/interview-with-yukiiiyama/
Aya Shomura” Yuki Iiyama solo exhibition We walk and talk to search your true home / Moomin Family goes on a picnic to see Kannon”, SHIFT, Aug. 23 2014 http://www.shift.jp.org/ja/blog/2014/08/yuki-iiyama-solo-exhibition/
Haruko Kumakura, Bijutsu Techo, No.995, Nov. 2013, Bijutsu Shuppan Sha
Interview, Bijutsu Techo, No.994, Sept. 2013, ART NAVI, Bijutsu Shuppan Sha
PUBLIC COLLECTIONS
Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, Aichi
Fukuoka Art Museum, Fukuoka
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