Pluridisciplinary Artist. Fields of interest include Sound-Art, Noise, Radio-Art, Performance, Improvisation, Body-Art, Oriental Philosophies and Practices (Shinto and Aikido), Anthropology, and Photography. Master in Japanese Culture, Faculty of Philosophy, Languages and Literature, and Human Sciences, University of São Paulo, Brazil (2012). Researched family photography and letters of Japanese Immigrants in Brazil. During this course, had the opportunity to do research in Japan, invited by Kanagawa University, and also reunited his family. Member of the artistic collective and netlabel Al Revés (alreves.org), since 2006, has released solo and collaborative albums and has performed in different events (FILE/Hipersônica – Electronic Language International Festival, São Paulo, Brazil; 30th São Paulo Art Biennale; XIII ENCUN (National Encounter of Composers); Cistern Dreams: An Overnight Concert for Deep Listeners, organized by IONE and Zovi McEntee. Deep Listening: Art/Science. 2nd Annual International Conference on Deep Listening. Deep Listening Institute, Troy, New York; Radical Software, W139, Amsterdam) and venues (Walden Cultural Space, Ibrasotope Experimental Music, Studio Fitacrepe, Trackers, Audio Rebel). Shodan in Aikido, under guidance of Master Makoto Nishida, São Paulo Aikido Federation (FEPAI) and Aikikai Foundation, Japan. In 2011, lived as an intern student at the Temple of Aikido, Aikikai Foundation, under guidance of Master Shigemi Inagaki, in the province of Iwama, Japan, for 44 days.
Pluridisciplinary Artist. Areas of Interest: Sound-Art,, Body-Art, Performance, Abstract Voice, Improvisation, Field-Recording, Site-Specificity, Oriental Philosophies and Practices (Aikido and Shinto), Anthropology, and Photography. Grand Theme: Identity (not necessarily political, but in more holistic terms) Lately, has been working increasingly with relations between Sound, Body, and Space. Every concept demands a specific realization. There are no pre-set forms or ideas. Instead, there is a commitment to bring to life each artwork in its own light. The focus is more on experience than in produced objects. Emotions rather than recyclables. Less is more.