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Yukiko Shikata is a media art curator & critic based in Tokyo, specially-assigned professor at Tokyo Zokei University, and guest professor at Tama Art University. She has curated many challenging projects at Canon ARTLAB (Curator, 1990-2001), Mori Art Museum (Associate Curator, 2002-04), NTT InterCommunication Center[ICC] (Senior Curator, 2004-2010), and independently "Power of Codes" by Mischa Kuball (Tokyo National Museum, 1999), "Amodal Suspension" by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer(YCAM, 2003), and "MobLab" (2005), among others. Selected exhibitions at ICC are "open nature" (2005), "Connecting Worlds" (2006), "Light InSight" (2008), "Mission G: sensing the earth" (2009), and "COOP HIMMELB(L)AU: FUTURE REVISITED" (2009). Yukiko is a member of the International Advisory Board of transmediale Berlin, ISEA2010 Ruhr, and the jury of Japan Media Arts Festival, she has also worked as jury in many competitions including Prix Ars Electronica, UNESCO Digi-Art Prize, and Nam June Paik Award.



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