Artist Talks: Shiro Masuyama

Thursday 13 February 1.00pm

Belfast Campus

Shiro Masuyama was born in Tokyo, 1971. Following international residencies in the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin in 2006 and Flax Art Studios in 2009, he moved to Belfast where he has been based ever since. His artistic practice has mainly developed through numerous residencies undertaken all around the world.

His work ranges from performance to sculpture, installation, photography and video. As an artist from Japan who has made their home in Northern Ireland, he is in a unique position to question how identity can be influenced by the dominant political forces surrounding us.


Conor Lecture Theatre, Ulster University, Belfast Campus, York Street, Belfast, BT15 1ED.

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