Shié Kasai is a visual artist working in sculpture, installation and animation. She has presented solo exhibitions at MAI (Montréal 2008) Articule (Montréal 2006) and Gallery 101 (Ottawa 2004), and been featured in group exhibitions in Japan, the Netherlands, and Canada. She is a profiled artist for CBC ARTSPOTS. She's originally from Sapporo, Japan, lives in Montréal since 1998.



Attends-moi! Japanese comic about parenting in French Canada.

The Art Bank at Art Souterrain 2016

Maintenant ouvert/Temporairement fermé (Artsouterrain, Nuit Blanche Montréal 2012)

Muku & Coro (landscape paintings with dogs) (Raumars A-i-R residency, Rauma, Finland 2010)

p2p / peer to painting (a simulation) (Oboro residency, Montréal, March 2009)

survival japanese cooking solo exhibit (M.A.I. Montréal, November 13th to December 13th, 2008)

CBC ARTSPOTS (#throwback)

far beyond participating 15th Paris Biennale (October 2006 to 2008)

Public talk for Momentum (Oboro, Montréal February 14th, 2007)

Animal! Group Show (Helen Pitt Gallery, Vancouver November 18th to December 16th, 2006)

This Neck Of The Woods (Rotterdam, Holland, August 2006)

far beyond (Tokyo, Japan, April 2006)

muku & coro (11 landscape paintings with dogs)

frail 01, towards a future art (Durham, Ontario, August 2005)

The library project at Foreman Art Gallery (October 2004)

gallery 101 web space project, ottawa, canada (May 2004, in gallery installation)