Tokyo Midtown

Arina Endo, “Cube” Tokyo Midtown Programs / Street Art Performances

5/26(Sat) 19:00 - 5/27(Sun) 4:30
Tokyo Midtown Plaza B1F Metro Avenue
[Participation fee]
While materials last
Arina Endo uses clay, copper wire, and copper sheeting to create works focused on the theme of “City.” At Roppongi Art Night, the artist will present a sculpture expressing this very theme, assembled from copper wires and sheeting. In conjunction, there will be a workshop where participants can use those same materials to create a simple structure, in the process contemplating the relationship between the two- and three-dimensional.


Arina Endo

Born in Hyogo Prefecture in 1983. Artist. In 2007 graduated from the Design and Architecture Course, Faculty of Craft Science, Kyoto Institute of Technology. Her work takes as its base a mix of various elements, including organic forms and geometric structures. Among her exhibitions in recent years are “Homo Ludens”(Magazzino d’Arte Moderna /Rome, 2015) and “Tie a Knot”(Mila Kunstgalerie/ Berlin, 2015). She won a prize at the 2014 Artworld Open International Printmakers’ Competition(Artworld/Amsterdam)