|Title||Ami Inoue "THE LIFE OF THE HUNTER"
－OPEN SITE 2016-2017 Project B ＜Open Call Program＞
|Date||2017.2.25(Sat) - 2017.3.26(Sun)
|Time||11:00 - 1９:00
|Organize||Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture, Tokyo Wonder Site
photo by Noriko KOSHIDA
Born in 1991 in Miyagi, Japan. Completed the Master's Program of Graduate school of Film and New Media, Tokyo University of the Arts. Inoue started hunting when she was still in the graduate school.
Besides the life as hunter, she observes events and happenings which occur during hunting from an ethnographical view point, creates video works by means of self-performance and direction. Recent works include "The Life of the Hunter" (2016) that depicts a strange life of a hunter living in a city and "A Common Field Between Grandpa and Me" (2016) that follows her grandfather who gave up hunting after the Great East Japan Earthquake. Currently she lives in Kyoto as a studio artist of HAPS studio.