Tomoko Iki was taken with the desire to do photography and dance at the same time in her life. For her, these are two sides of the same creative force, and they mutually inform one another. Her dance influences her photography. Through dance she explores her own spirit. It is a meditation and ritual in which she offers herself to nature. Dance has revealed to her a deep sense of her own femininity as well as the ancient human desire to connect with the divine. With her photographs, she tries to convey this universal desire and how movement through dance moves us forward toward truth.
Tomoko Iki Born in Japan
Graduated from Department of Human Environment Design,
School of Life Studies, Sugiyama Jogakuen University.
Activities based in New York.
2018, solo exhibition “DANCE” held at Lights Gallery in Nagoya Japan. 2018, exhibited at the group exhibition “Niu” at Lights Gallery in Nagoya Japan. 2017, exhibited at the group exhibition “tohubohu”at Kogane4422 in Nagaya Japan. 2017, solo exhibition “NAGI” held at the CRS in New York. 2016, received the KAWABA NEW NATURE PHOTO AWARD in the category of Art in Nature.
2013, solo exhibition “mother” held at the Rhythm Warp in Nagoya.
2011, exhibited at the group exhibition “foto-n 2nd exhibition” (X Gallery at the Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art).
2010, solo exhibition “stile brau” held at the Valentine Drive in Nagoya.
2007, exhibited at the group exhibition “Kodo (Pulse)” at the Plastic Factory in Nagoya.
壹岐倫子 愛知県名古屋市生まれ 椙山女学園大学 生活科学部生活環境デザイン学科 卒業 名古屋、東京で写真館フォトサロンフラウを主宰 KAWABA NEW NATURE PHOTO AWARD受賞 2015年よりNYで活動中 自身のダンス経験からみる自然と人間との関係性をテーマに写真作品を制作している。