May 10 (Wed) – 29 (Mon), 10:00-18:00
*Open from 10:00-20:00 on Fridays, Saturdays
*Closed on Tuesdays
May 27 (Sat), 10:00-22:00, May 28 (Sun), 10:00-18:00
- The National Art Center, Tokyo, B1 floor
- [Participation fee]
Born in Kanagawa prefecture in 1992. Graduated from the Department of Painting at Musashino Art University in 2015. Ura’s aim is to create artwork that serves as a device for inverting or blending disparate things. She has created a number of participatory performance pieces that were achieved in collaboration with her audience. Ura is also involved in exhibitions and event planning as one of the vehicles for her work.
Her recent solo exhibitions
-shell / fossil / left / traces / of / the / fossil / female / form / of / the / body,2022, Kanazawa Art Village,Ishikawa;
-Watashi wa Sore o Dansu no Soshi to Nazukeru (“This I Call the Elements of Dance”), 2019, Hiroshima Art Center, Hiroshima;
-the solo performance Odoru Hakaishi Sono 2/(Chigireta Mimizu) (Tsutsu no you na Karada) (“The Dancing Gravestone Part 2/(The Torn-Apart Earthworm) (The Tube-Shaped Body)”), 2019, blanClass, Kanagawa;
-Aichi triennale 2022,2022,Aichi prefecutual museum of art,Aichi
-(((((,:Kakko-Tojinai,2022,Komagome SOKO ,Tokyo
-Hikikomi-sen/Hosha-sen (“Lead-in Wires/Radiating Lines”), 2019, as well as exhibitions in various metropolitan locations in Saitama, Tokyo, Kanagawa and more.
Ura has been a manager at CSLAB, the independent creative center for students at Tokyo Zokei University since 2019. She is also involved in the co-planning and co-execution of the “female artist meeting” network of women who are involved in art with artist Tsuga Megumi.