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Introduction
Mariko Mori (森 万里子, Mori Mariko, born 1967) is a Japanese multidisciplinary artist. She is known for her photographs and videos of her hybridized future self, often presented in various guises and featuring traditional Japanese motifs. Her work often explores themes of technology, spirituality and transcendence. In 2010, she founded the Faou Foundation, an art nonprofit based in New York City.
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Introduction
A former model, Mori's work is steeped in technological innovation and new media, exploring futuristic themes with multimedia installations and large scale holograms.
Nationality
Japanese
Gender
Female
Roles
Artist, Conceptual Artist, Installation Artist, Multimedia Artist, Performance Artist, Photographer, Sculptor, Video Artist
Name
Mariko Mori
Ulan
500115978
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