Yotta / Yotta




木崎公隆・山脇弘道からなる現代アートのユニット。2010 年結成。



2015年に「金時」で第18 回岡本太郎現代芸術賞 岡本太郎賞受賞。

また、 六本木アートナイト2010, 2012、おおさかカンヴァス2011, 2012, 2016、Reborn-Art Festival 2017など多数参加。




タイトル 金時

サイズ H2700xW1950xD5800mm

素材 車輛、ステンレス、鉄、その他ミクストメディア

制作年 2010



定価 オリジナル: ASK

レプリカ : ¥17,000,000-




A contemporary art unit founded in 2010 by Kimitaka Kisaki and Hiromichi Yamawaki.

All boundaries in the society including genres, categories, rules and unwritten rules, become their stage of presentation, creating work to fuse such boundaries.

Currently they are working on a series to re-perceive the globe through their own identities.

In 2015 they received the Taro Okamoto Award for their magnum opus “Kintoki” at The 18th Taro Okamoto Award for Contemporary Art.

They have also been invited to Roppongi Art Night 2010 & 2012, Osaka Canvas 2011, 2012, 2016, Reborn-Art Festival 2017, and more.

They spread their field of activities, producing the Noseden Art-Line 2017, and running art workshops for children in elementary schools and public/private art centres.









Yamauchi’s works go back and forth between real and virtual, allowing himself to be possessed by their ambiguity (the artistst appears in many of his own works), using various methods of expression including video, sculpture and installations; all very humorous. The kitsch world as if deprived of mass, depicted using advanced technology creates a science-fiction dystopia. In his work, conventions are ever-changing, rules and even the course of time will be continuously re-written. Yamauchi confronts our ambiguity and our vague foothold, in attempt to construct the next-generation realism from within such chaos.


(Shota Yamauchi)


The “hiwadrome” series, a term that fuses the artist’s name and syndrome together, uses the wheelchair, a supplementary (or extension) instrument to the artist’s body, as a symbolic material. The monstrously enlarged phantom limbs of the artist who has limb deficiency (≠disability) are both beautiful and disturbing to the viewer. Artificial life, cyborgs, humanoids, Homo Deus, singularity… Hiwa freely transforms his appearance, leaving behind our now old-fashioned physicality. His extremely personal and lyrical sculptures are both universal and heavily social; is there a single answer to our shape (relationship)?


(Kazuhiko Hiwa)