Kurakake Junichi + Nihon University College of Art Sculpture Course


Born in 1967 in Tokyo. Using iron as a primal material, KURAKAKE transforms shapes given by nature into sculptures while also creates various functional sculptures in recent years. In addition to artistic activities as an individual artist, Kurakake simultaneously engages with creative projects through workshop and co-production with many people with an aspiration to revatilise a community through art in declining and depopulation regions. Artworks and projects include “Shedding House” (ETAT2006), “Croquette House” (ETAT2009), “Yama no ue shita” (ETAT2012), “Offering from the earth (ETAT2015, ETAT2018), and Setouchi Triennale 2013.


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