Hitomi began to exhibit her works in Paris in 2002 where her planet-scapes were first painted.
Since she moved to London in 2010, her abstract paintings were developed into a sculptural
Since early 2018, she has been traveling around the world and preparing to make bigger artworks from her travel experience.
Her works have been written by both web and paper based media, and exhibited in Museums
and commercial galleries.
My recent works are the result of my alchemical attempts to cope with human disasters after the nuclear plant explosion that occurred in Japan in 2011.
For the Artrooms Rome, I would like to develop my recent works into an installation.
It is predicted by scientists that some part of our planet will be inevitable because of the climate change which will cause a huge amount of refugees in the near future.
The problem of natural disaster is especially crucial in South Asia.
I will visit an ecological comunity in Cambodia. In my room, I would like to present their life with video and my work that is representing people’s collaboration to make a sustanable society.
The installation will be hanged around the bed. They will be a gathering of the small and light weight works. I will make them easy to hang from the ceiling.
My installation will visualize unseen obstacles in our society.
However, they are scratches : attempts to overcome unfairness and injustice in this world. I hope the sculptures will be united to raised the idea of cohabitation.