Remi Tohno (b.1992, Japan)

 

I believe art is salvation.

Sometimes we feel life is hard.

But we can receive the sense of security, 

the echoes of your invocation and warmth from art works.

I want to make them.

 

Education

2019-2021   BA (Hons) Fine Art: Sculpture and Environmental Art from The Glasgow School of Art

2017-2018   International Foundation Programme from The Glasgow School of Art

2012-2015   Fine Art from JOSHIBI College of Art and Design

 

Exhibitions (Group)

2021    EMERGING ARTIST EXHIBITION, Online

2020    Inevitable Mash, Studio Pavilion, Glasgow, Scotland

2019    Mewantemooseicday 2019, Tax Hall off George Square, Glasgow, Scotland

2019    Senlis sacred art Festival, Senlis, France

2018    International Foundation Programme Exhibition, Haldane Building, Glasgow, Scotland

2017    International Foundation Programme Exhibition, Haldane Building, Glasgow, Scotland

2015    The Degree show, JOSHIBI College of Art and Design, Tokyo, Japan

 

Projects

​2020-2021

The View from the Window: Leading workshop, making publication from drawings and artist talk, working with ReConnect Artists from Project Ability, Glasgow Scotland

2015-

The Wee Days: Ongoing Project on Instagram, low-resolution snapshots taken on a disposable camera, reflecting on life in Glasgow and Japan 

2015

The Archive of Happiness: Participatory artwork asking people to take photographs of happiness with a disposable camera, later formed into an installation

 

Publication

2021

The View from the Window, Project Ability Blog Glasgow, Scotland

https://issuu.com/project-abilityglasgow/docs/single_pages

2021

GSA & Re-Connect Nature Project, Project Ability Blog Glasgow, Scotland

https://www.project-ability.co.uk/blog/gsa-nature-project/

2021

April publication, The Student Gallery

2021    The Alternative Degree Show Festival, RogArt Street Campus, Glasgow, Scotland