Kyoko Imazu is a Japanese artist whose practice encompasses a range of mediums such as printmaking, bookbinding, ceramics and installation. She completed a Bachelor of Fine Art in Printmaking from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, where she now resides.
As a child she drew animals like rabbits, rats, cats and birds for her mother and these subjects are still prevalent in her art practice. Drawing inspiration from childhood memories and Japanese folklores, she creates visual story lines without the use of text or dialogue through her prints, artist books and ceramic works.
She exhibits her work nationally and internationally, and conducts workshops in schools and festivals teaching drawing, printmaking, bookbinding and puppet-making.
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