Bio

Ayako Kataoka is a Japanese interdisciplinary artist, who works in sound, installation and performance. She is a recipient of Frog Peak prize and holds an MFA from Mills College, where she studied under the tutelage of Pauline Oliveros and Maggi Payne at the Center for Contemporary Music (CCM).

Her artistic and research interests include: Conceptual Art, Sound Art, Japanese Spatial Concepts, Sound/Landscape, and Music and Movement Improvisation.

Kataoka has shared her work and crossed mediums at: San Francisco International Arts Festival, Ftarri in Tokyo, Sound Forms Symposium in Copenhagen, The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art of Bolzano in Italy, The Stone in NY, Tokyo International Dance Film Festival, and High Zero festival in Baltimore, among many others. 

Kataoka currently lives and works between Berlin, Tokyo, and PNW.

片岡彩子:アーティスト。ミルズ・カレッジ電子音楽学科芸術修士課程修了。ポーリン・オリヴェロス、マギー・ペインに師事。音、空間、身体をコンセプトに、サウンド・インスタレーション、空間演出、舞台パフォーマンス、即興演奏(エレクトロニクス、ターンテーブル、コンピュータ)等の作品を制作、欧米各地で活動。ベルリン在住。