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Furusho (b. Queens, NY) is an image maker and sculptor, currently based in Brooklyn. They earned a BFA at Carnegie Mellon University in 2020, and have exhibited their work in several group exhibitions including at Westmoreland Museum of Art, Frame Gallery, and Ace Hotel Pittsburgh. 

Their practice uses the linguistic principle that translation is a negotiation between differences to explore forms that imply communal language. Furusho creates weavings, collages, and sculptural objects that act as a mediating party between differences.


Objects of inquiry include Unicode, onomatopoeia, and green screens. 

On my mind...

Essays / Writing:

Yōko Tawada, The Emissary 

Hito Steyerl, Wretched of the Screen

Xin Wang, Asian Futurism and the Non-Other

Maxi Wallenhorst, Like a Real Veil, Like a Bad Analogy: Dissociative Style and Trans Aesthetics

Naoki Sakai, Translation

Artists / Projects:

David Drake

Mark Leckey, Cinema In the Round

Dafna Talmor

Stephanie Syjuco

François Bauchet



See my work:
{CURRENT} PeepSpace Feb 17–December, 2023

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