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Yoko Seyama

The Berlin-based Japanese scenographer and multimedia artist Yoko Seyama specializes in spacial time-based art. Her background is architecture and performing arts. Her works combine digital elements with natural materials which she is working into mutating spaces in Public Spaces, Theaters, Museums, Galleries. Light is one of her primary material.
Her installations have been exhibited throughout the world, Zentrum für Internationale Lichtkunst Unna, EVI LICHITUNGEN Hildesheim, ACUD Berlin (DE), LUMINA Festival of Light (Cascais, PT), Lighting Guerrilla festival (Ljubljana, SL), Vilnius Light Festival (Vilnius, LT), Wood Street Galleries (Pittsburgh, US), Visual Art Week (Buenos Aires, AR), Scopiton Festival (Nantes, FR), STRP, TodaysArt, SonicActsXIII (NL), Pola museum annex, Todays Art (JP), Bangkok Citycity Gallery, MAIIAM (TH) and many other.
Her scenographic works often include light and kinetic sculptures. She has collaborated with various choreographers, directors, and composers: Jiri Kylian (»Mémoires d'Oubliettes« by Nederlands Dans Theater), Dirk P Haubrich, Jean-Philippe Dury (»The Nussknacker« by Leipziger Ballet DE), Giorgio Madia (»Die Fledermaus« by Grand Theatre Łódź PL), Gentian Doda (Berlin Staatsballet DE), Fernando Melo (Norrdans SE, National Dance Company Wales UK), Megumi Nakamura (New National Ballet of Japan), Armen Hakobyan and Denis Untila (Aalto Ballet Essen DE), Lesley Telford, Roberto Scafati, Jitti Chompee, Sebastian Matthias, Pedro Goucha, Benjamin Staern.
She holds an Masters degree in ArtScience from the Royal Academy of Art / Royal Conservatoire The Hague, and a Bachelor in Architecture from Musashino Art University, Tokyo. She has received the prize Filmhuis Works Space 10 (NL), and a grand from Pola Art Foundation (JP).

In the season 2019/20 she created the stage and light installation for »Dimension«, the second part of Iván Pérez's Millennial Trilogy.

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