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Mika Tajima


Disassociate, 2007

Connecting Modernist geometric abstraction to the shape of our built environment, Mika Tajima explores activities and performative roles defined by divisive spaces.


 New Humans with José León Cerrillo
 Double negative, 2007


The Double, 2008


Adaptation of an Imitation of Another Model, 2008


Installation view from A Roll of the Dice Will Never Abolish Chance, 
curated by Bob Nickas, Ballroom Martha, TX


Accessory, 2007


Here or There, 2007


Philosophers and Idlers, 2008


Echoplex (live), 2005

Born in Los Angeles.
Lives and works in New York.

Mika Tajima at Elizabeth Dee Gallery

Formed in 2003, New York-based New Humans make collaborative works that explore the intersection of sound, installation, and performance actions.
New Humans emerged out of Mika Tajima's art practice and is a moniker for her projects with other musicians, artists and designers.
New Humans performances and recordings continue a working use of physical materials, piercing drones, sheer static, and low bass frequencies.
Members are Howie Chen, Mika Tajima, and Eric Tsai.

Found at VVORK

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