Yuki Kobayashi:
Naugh-Tea

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Performance:

Yuki Kobayashi

Tuesday 25 April, 6pm

Yuki Kobayashi seeks of transforming a gender boundaries from time and action-based work. His idea of work in performance is to become distinct from the dirty beauty of human behaviour. Kobayashi represents a hidden sexual mentality and physicality that people conceal in between brutality and adorable existence. Kobayashi’s action-based performances seek to reveal the authenticity of the human condition, working with the unexpected and the spontaneous to uncover the invisible, questioning power and restrictive social codes in light of freedom and equality. 

Performance represented in the exhibition of Motoko Ishibashi, Guru Den at Bosse & Baum, London, in 2017.

Yuki Kobayashi (b.1990) received his MA in Performance from the Royal College of  Art, London, in 2016 and completed his BA Fine Art at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London, in 2014. Recent solo and group performances include: Policy until Christmas in Acting Togetherby Yoko Ono & Rirkrit Tiravanija at ASAKUSA Gallery, Tokyo  (2016), Breath In Breath out, RYS, at VDA Titanikas, Vilnius (2016), Dada 100th Anniversary Festival, Gallery Voltaire at Spiral, Tokyo (2016), Slade Queer Club Present, Past Present Future Cult at Royal Vauxhall Tarvern, London (2015), Yuki Kobayashi, Water(1964 Spring) by Yoko Ono, Fluxus event scores from the collection Grapefruitin solo exhibition of Christian Marclay at White Cube, London (2015). Kobayashi has upcoming shows in the UK, Norway and in Japan in 2017.

Images

Bosse & Baum