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Tabaimo: Boundary Layer at Parasol unit

Tabaimo at Parasol Unit

Tabaimo: Boundary Layer at Parasol Unit

Dates: 26 May – 6 August | Location: Parasol unit, London

Parasol unit presents the first solo exhibition in London devoted to the work of the Japanese artist Tabaimo. Since her graduation from art school in 1999, Tabaimo’s innovative and large-scale animated drawings have been extensively shown to major critical acclaim, both in Japan and internationally. Tabaimo is known for her skilfully drawn and disturbing animations that mix imagery from c0ntemporary Japanese life with digital video technique. The exhibition at Parasol unit will be comprised of five video installations: Japanese Kitchen, 1999; hanabi-ra, 2003; guigunorama, 2006; public conVENience, 2006; and yudangami, 2009.

There is a private view on 25 May, 6.30-9 pm. Admission is Free. For more information, visit

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