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Solo Exhibitions:

The Tale of Miraculous Sound of Wonderland
May 30 - July 28 2013
The Assembly Rooms Gallery
8 Silver Place, London W1, UK
http://www.theassemblyrooms.tv/

Yuki Mori - Watercolour 2009 - 2010
July 1 - July 30 2010
The Assembly Rooms Gallery
8 Silver Place, London W1, UK
http://www.theassemblyrooms.tv/

Microorganism
June 11 – June 25 2010
Galerie Subsuelo
Lübbenerstr 18 10997 Berlin, Germany
http://subsuelo.multiply.com/

Yuki Mori Exhibition
May 15 – June 11 2010
Green Eggs and Ham
Novails str 2. 10115 Berlin, Germany

Inside the outside
Feb 21 – March 14 2010
Galerie Klötze und Schinken
Bürknerstr.12 12047 Berlin, Germany
http://www.kloetzeundschinken.de/

Yuki Mori - Watercolours 2008 - 2009'
August 1 -Sseptember 15 2009
Breipott
Skalitzer str.81 Berlin X-Berg
http://www.breipott.cc/

 

Group Exhibitions:

 

Japarede
Nov 03 – 24 , 2012
Atelier-Studio Shoxxxboxxx
Lehmbrukstr,15,10245 Berlin

The Homing Instinct
April 29 – May 18 , 2011
Sucked Orange Galerie
Emserstr91 (U8 Hermannstrasse) neukölln

Milky Way -Japanese Art, Culture & Music
July 18 - August 1 2010
MU Berlin
Linienstr.154a Berlin
http://www.mu-berlin.de/

Empty Space
June 27 – July 8 2010
Galerie Subsuelo
Lübbenerstr 18 10997 Berlin, Germany
http://subsuelo.multiply.com/

 
In A Shadow Box
February 13 – March 20 , 2010
Galerie Crystal Ball

Schönleinstrasse 7 10967 Berlin, Germany
http://galeriecrystalball.wordpress.com/

In his 1899 text “Screen Memory,” Sigmund Freud considers how memories of the past are permeable and can be recalled in an altered state. The screen memory refers to the temporal separation between the consciousness and the object of memory. In 1925, Freud revisits this concept in “A Note on the ‘Mystic Writing Pad,’” in which he suggests a common children’s toy might be a metaphor for the way that memories accumulate in the mind. With the lifting of the transparent top page, figures are erased, and new drawings can be made; however, the pressure of the writer’s hand leaves behind traces, recorded on a medium just beneath this diaphanous surface.

With reference to these ideas, the exhibition “In a Shadow Box” will transform the gallery space into a dark room for exploring the ontology of drawing. The viewer is invited to take part in an associative thinking process about the latent strategies of remembrance. As a shifting archive of images, unique drawings will appear and dematerialize into shadow and light through the media of transparency and glass. Images will fluctuate upon the wall as if those imaginings of the mind, which Schopenhauer once described as a kind of cognitive projection, are finally brought into view, but are ever more fleeting and ephemeral.