Roppongi Hills

Maki Okojima + Maquis
Part of the early exhibition viewing program

《SHUKU》Maki Ohkojima + Maquis ,2023

May 20 (Sat) – 26 (Fri); May 27 (Sat), 10:00 – 28 (Sun), 18:00
Roppongi Hills West Walk North
[Participation fee]
A mixed-media installation centered on a mirrored dodecahedron over 1 meter in diameter, the work is composed of glass, ironwork, plants, LED lighting, sound, and other elements.In this work, Shuku, a mysterious ancient deity from various parts of Japan, is represented as a modern-day possession of a "cyborg deity" that mixes natural and man-made objects, organic and inorganic, human and other species without boundaries.


Maki Ohkojima + Maquis

Artist born in Tokyo in 1987. "SHUKU" is the work of Maquis, an artist group of indeterminate membership consisting of Maki Ohkojima, Yosuke Tsuji, and Muneaki Donald Kuyama. In addition to Ryuhei Moriyama and Keikiyo Takemata (wood and japanese lacquer work) and Rafael Zarazua (glass), San-ei Ironworks is participating in the production of the ironwork.