Sato Kengo-Enclosure and Meddling

Dec. 13[Thurs.]― Dec. 22[Sat.], 2018 11:00-19:00
Gallery open all days of exhibition.



We are pleased to present our first exhibition by Sato Kengo, an architect who is based in India, Tokyo, and Fukushima.

This exhibition will showcase Sato’s unique world through the boxes he designed and created as furniture, including a pinhole camera box and the photographs of boxes he took with it, as well as drawings of boxes.

The artist will be present for the duration of the exhibition.


We will hold gallery talks on the following days: ※Reservation required
Entrance: ¥1,000, for repeat guests the second talk and onwards is ¥500

12/13 13:00~ Guest:Nakajima Haruya(contemporary artist)
12/14 18:00~ Guest:Kishii Daisuke(playwright)
12/15 18:00~ Sato Kengo lecture
12/21 18:00~ Guest:Okuni Takashi(Books Aoikaba owner)
12/22 18:00~ Sato Kengo lecture

Sato Kengo
Architect (first class registered architect) Born in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture in 1989. Graduated Tokyo University School of Engineering, Department of Architecture in 2011. Finished Doctorate course from the Department of Architecture and Architectural Engineering at Waseda University at the Osamu Ishiyama Laboratory in 2013. After completing time as an assistant researcher in the same course, entered Studio GAYA in 2014. Employed as Assistant Professor at Vadodara Design Academy in India from 2015. Enrolled in Tokyo University Graduate School Department of Engineering the same year.

Employed at the indigo dye company Kanransha in Otama Village, Fukushima Prefecture from 2016. Supervised the “In-Field Studio” design workshop in India the same year. Awarded the Kajima Award at Space Design Review 2017 for “Project in Santiniketan” in 2017. Joined the Cooperation Volunteers of the Fukushima Prefecture Otama Village Area in 2018. Continues to be involved in production as he orbits his bases on India, Tokyo, and Fukushima.