Atsuko Nakamura


Born in Ishikawa in 1982. After studying architecture at Musashino Art university and flowers in the Sogetsu style, she completed a major in sculpture at UCL Slade School of Fine Art. Focusing on the relationship between humans and nature, using materials such as driftwoods, salt, and water and phenomena such as wave and temperature to express the energy inherent in the place and its memory and the trancending time from the past to the future, she combines those things consciously as "Parts that I made" and "Parts that nature made", and intervene them into space and become apparent.
Explore physical and mental connections with nature through physical dialogue.