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mariya otake

mariya otake

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Concept

She started creating artworks around 2015. Belongs to the Lucanose Artist Course. Usually works as a planner at a foreign IT company. She works on my art in my limited time on weekends, using the emotions that come up in her busy daily life as a source.Currently, she is mainly working on a series of...
She started creating artworks around 2015. Belongs to the Lucanose Artist Course. Usually works as a planner at a foreign IT company. She works on my art in my limited time on weekends, using the emotions that come up in her busy daily life as a source.
Currently, she is mainly working on a series of works that begin by connecting and integrating each side of words (letters). In these works, she transforms words into a form that cannot be recognized by others, and then exposes them to others. She attempts to release her feelings by putting into words those thoughts that she cannot express to others due to social oppression, morality, ego, etc., and at the same time exposing and concealing them.

Biography

Mariya Otake is an artist based in Tokyo, Japan. She works as a product manager for an IT company during the week and spends her limited free time creating her works. The things she thinks and feels in her hectic work life is her source of creation. Her production processes function as meditations o...
Mariya Otake is an artist based in Tokyo, Japan. She works as a product manager for an IT company during the week and spends her limited free time creating her works. The things she thinks and feels in her hectic work life is her source of creation. Her production processes function as meditations on the interplay of expression and concealment and lead her to a deeper understanding of herself and the society that she belongs to. In doing so, she examines its subjectivity vs. objectivity and sheds light on the existence of asymmetric information, and there she finds a kind of relief and catharsis.