Scoops, Corners, and Everything In Between, Inkjet print on archival paper, 21  x 15 inches, 2020, $350
Portrait of Kenta, Inkjet print on archival paper, 20 x 13 inches, 2021, $350

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Furusho is a queer artist and researcher from Queens, NY. They earned a BFA from
Carnegie Mellon University with a concentration in photography and sculpture. Furusho’s
work has been exhibited at several group shows including Westmoreland Museum of Art,
Ace Hotel Pittsburgh and Frame Gallery.

In their practice, Furusho plays between a variety of media including photography, and
weaving, and collage, bridged by the linguistic principle that “translation is a negotiation
between differences”. They use forms that imply the structure of communal languages such
as onomatopoeia, idioms, and Unicode, and seek to flesh out peculiar feelings such as that
of being simultaneously three dimensional and flat, of reading and not gleaning any
meaning, and the suspicion that the grass is in fact greener on the other side.