2022

May
Concert Japanese Women Sound Artists: Ikue Mori, Tomoko Hojo and Keiko Uenishi at the Emily Harvey Foundation, Manhattan NY, 28 May
A day of sonic activations at the Living Gallery, Brooklyn NY, 29 May

April
Group show Beyond Theme and Material, POLA Museum Annex, Tokyo, – 17 April
Released a recent exhibition catalogue of Unearthed Tremor, available for free on request

March
Group show Beyond Theme and Material, POLA Museum Annex, Tokyo, 18 March –
Art Fair Tokyo, 11-13 of March at Tokyo International Forum, in a frame of POLA art foundation

January
New York Fellowship by Asian Cultural Council through June


2021

December
Compilation album Touch is released from Dragon’s Eye Recording. Compiled an album and and contributed a track fall asleep.
Performance Spacial Training with Hideki Umezawa and Shohei Amimori at YPAM, curated by Aki Onda, BankArt Kaiko

November-December
Performance&Exhibition with Kanie Naha, At Abstract Garden, organised by Manami Totsuka, soco1010, Tokyo
Solo Exhibition Unearthed Tremor, 20th of November – 5th of December at Aomori Contemporary Art Center, Aomori
Whiff will be released as a part of compilation Fieldwave Vol.2, compiled by Nick Luscombe, Nonclassical

October
Artist in Residency at Aomori Contemporary Art Center through November

September
Release Hojo+Kraft’s new album Grass Eater Diary from LINE label, digital format only

August
Performance ‘I am Listening to You’ at Ground Solyanka, and Solo show ‘Fall Asleep‘ at Electromuseum, in the frame of Thirteenth International Experimental Sound Festival Prepared Environments 2021, Moscow

July
Some sonic interventions in Hokkaido are Broadcasted on Resonance FM

June
Uploaded a video of Assorted Sounds, which is a concert filmed on February at OTOOTO, Tokyo
Interview about Covid 19 Pandemic on TOKAS Annual Report 2020

May
Performance with sergey kasich as a part of OptoSonic Tea, Harvestworks, New York

April
Included in the collection of scores OVER BORDERS curated by Jez riley French and Pheobe riley Law, for the Walking Festival of Sound

Contributed a sound work titled In the Middle of a Cornfield for the publication Hokkaido With and Lijiang With/Out, curated by Jay Brown and Yasuhiro Morinaga.