Her various works have brought concepts to technology and people-related problems through techniques such as bio art, speculative design, and design fiction.
Having studied interactive media art and computer graphic animation at the International Academy of Media Arts and Sciences in Gifu, Japan (known as IAMAS). After moving to London, she had worked for the audience participatory interactive public art at Haque Design and Research for a few years.
In 2012, Master of MA degree at the Royal College of Art, Design Interactions in UK.
In 2014 – fall of 2016, Researcher at MIT Media Lab, Design Fiction Group and MS degree
In April of 2017, The University of Tokyo, project researcher
(Im) possible Baby, Case 01: Asako & Moriga received the Excellence Award in Art Division at the 19th Japan Media Arts Festival. The exhibition had been held at Mori Art Museum, Ars Electronica, such as the domestic and foreign countries.
January 19th (Saturday)
13:55 - 14:55