Survival Japanese Cooking 2008

2010-12-14 12:19:40
Publisher: shie_kasai
30 Photos

Survival Japanese Cooking in Montreal 2008, a solo exhibition at M.A.I. (Montreal arts interculturels)

The publication is available.

The Survival Japanese Cooking Recipe Book (Montreal 2008) is also available.



Another Ordinary Afternoon

2009-11-18 17:03:57
Publisher: shie_kasai
18 Photos

Animation stills and some models (2004).

"Another Ordinary Afternoon" video on youtube.

Survival Japanese Cooking 2006

2008-11-19 11:43:17
Publisher: shie_kasai
24 Photos

The Survival Japanese Cooking project derives from my art practice in sculpture. Local food and kitchen equipment are used as material to explore the possibility of culinary cultural crossover. The project was executed while staying for a week at This Neck of the Woods, a Canadian themed camp site, organized by Yvette Poorter in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.

Bolik & ZIB

2008-11-18 18:42:20
Publisher: shie_kasai
10 Photos

Bolik was a soviet trained space dog who ran away a few days before her flight in 1951. A replacement, a street dog,  was quickly found and made a successful flight. She was named ZIB, allegedly a Russian acronym meaning “Substitute for missing Bolik” .

This project examines the raw creative process by relating to people and their memory,  by collaborating the creation of drawings of dogs that only live in their mind space. 

Sculptures 1993-1997

2008-11-16 18:18:05
Publisher: shie_kasai
7 Photos

Works from 90's.

P2P (Peer to Painting) Video Launch at Oboro

2010-02-16 15:42:10
Publisher: shie_kasai
27 Photos

September 25 2009, New Media Lab at Oboro, Montreal.

Video screening and a P2P demo.

"P2P (Peer to Painting)" video on Youtube.

P2P (Peer to Painting) Production Photos

2009-08-27 22:54:23
Publisher: shie_kasai
27 Photos

March 29 2009, New Media Lab at Oboro, Montreal.

More Info here.

Photo credit: Jenny Lin, Dac Chartrand, Shié Kasai

Muku & Coro

2008-11-19 11:38:35
Publisher: shie_kasai
33 Photos

Muku & Coro (11 Landscape Paintings with Dogs) is a site-specific installation project which explored the function of domestic spaces as friendly, alternate venues for art presentation. Eleven collaborators agreed to play roles as gallery owners, hosting a painting on their wall for 10 months. The first one took place in Montreal 2006. The second one, the Long Distance version is ongoing.

Muku & box

2008-11-18 14:18:09
Publisher: shie_kasai
25 Photos

Mixed media installation.

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