Eri Saito

Photo_5: Photo by Shun Ikezoe

Eri Saito is a Japanese visual artist living and working in Tokyo. Born 1991 in Fukushima. Graduated from Wako University, Department of Arts, Faculty of Representational studies, in 2015. Focusing on the video, she creates works themed on such invisible and uncertain dynamics as memory and cognition. Her recent exhibitions include ”WVlog: personal” (Art Center Ongoing, 2022), “Until It Gets Dark” (Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 2021), “Glory of 2020” (Yumi Adachi Contemporary / Awoba Soh, 2020), and “1GB” (Spiral Hall, 2020). Video works have been shown at occasions including “THE COMPULSIVE LANDSCAPE” (CCJ, Philadelphia, 2022), Le FIFA (Montreal, 2022), Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Visions 2022 (Tokyo Photographic Art Museum, 2022), Image Forum Festival 2020 (Theatre Image Forum, 2020) and “The Movie Theater Floating on the Sea” (Kanagawa, 2019).



● EASTEAST_TOKYO 2023 Project Participating Artist ● EE_V/S/P Program: the PLAN Selected by EE_V/S/P Program