Mika Tajima

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Mika Tajima’s work explores psychic and bodily energy under the regulation of technocapitalism.

Mika Tajima’s work explores psychic and bodily energy under the regulation of technocapitalism. Her sculptures, paintings, videos and installations focus on the embodied experience of orthoarchitectonic control and computational life. From architectural systems to ergonomic design and psychographic data, Tajima’s works operate in the space between the immaterial and the tangible to create heightened encounters that target the senses and emotions of the viewer, underlining the dynamics of control and agency. At the core of her work, Tajima is interested in what remains hidden as well as the agency and concordant freedom of being uncontainable, unreachable, ineffable and unknowable.

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Mika Tajima’s work explores psychic and bodily energy under the regulation of technocapitalism. Her sculptures, paintings, videos and installations focus on the embodied experience of orthoarchitectonic control and computational life. From architectural systems to ergonomic design and psychographic data, Tajima’s works operate in the space between the immaterial and the tangible to create heightened encounters that target the senses and emotions of the viewer, underlining the dynamics of control and agency. At the core of her work, Tajima is interested in what remains hidden as well as the agency and concordant freedom of being uncontainable, unreachable, ineffable and unknowable.

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Image: Wire Frame: A virtual exhibition curated by Mika Tajima

Wire Frame: A virtual exhibition curated by Mika Tajima

Mika Tajima
Online at Hill Art Foundation
On view through 15 July 2021

The Foundation’s virtual exhibition series invites artists and curators to select 10–15 works from The Hill Collection that activate each other in new and unexpected ways. Without the usual obstacles of installation, these exhibitions give us the opportunity to see the collection in a new light.

Image: Announcing representation of Mika Tajima

Announcing representation of Mika Tajima

Mika Tajima

Simon Lee Gallery is pleased to announce its representation of New York-based conceptual artist Mika Tajima further to her recent exhibition in the London gallery.

Image: Deep Blue

Deep Blue

Sarah Crowner, Mika Tajima, Christopher Wool, Heimo Zobernig
Hall Art Foundation, Reading, Vermont
15 May - 28 November 2021

The Hall Art Foundation is pleased to announce Deep Blue, curated by American artist Katherine Bradford. This group show examines “deep blue” both visually as a color, but also as a phrase that can describe more abstract concepts such as mood, the natural environment, music and even a region’s political landscape. Over 70 paintings, sculptures, photographs, works on paper and videos by 70 artists from the Hall and Hall Art Foundation collections will be included.

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