Keiko Masumoto
b.1982; Hyogo, Japan
Graduated from ceramic master’s course in Kyoto City University of Arts in 2007. From 2010 she has been an artist-in-residence at the University of Arts (Philadelphia, USA) also at Victoria and Albert Museum (London, UK) in 2013. Masumoto’s works with designs of old clay / motifs of decorations that is known to many, and constructs an imaginary world. Using values of craft and reconsidering the process of transition from daily necessities into the arts, she adds her own sense of humor and challenges the new interpretation of pottery.

□Hexaproject produced & curated exhibition:
“bonsai extension” ICN (London),2013 London debut solo exhibition
“Kitsch Kogei” ICN (London),2012
“motif/vessel” ICN (London), 2012
“Hyper Japaneseque” Esplanade, Singapore, 2016

Riusuke Fukahori
b. 1973; Aichi, Japan.1995 graduate of Aichi Art University Department of Design he has pursued art work full-time since 1999. In 2000 when his career reached a low point, he suddenly became fascinated by his goldfish which despite being abandoned for 7 years was still alive. The artist calls this incident “Goldfish Salvation”. Without restricting himself to one genre he creates diverse expressions with the exclusive subject matter of goldfish.
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□Hexaproject produced & curated exhibition and event
“OHAKO 十八番” ICN(International creative network) (London) 2011
“Goldfish Salvation” ICN (London),London debut exhibition,PR video of his process went viral,2011
STIK(UK)x Riusuke Fukahori(JAPAN),xRenka Iwashina(JAPAN) Live Painting Perfomance, ICN space (Shizuoka),2013
“Goldfish Salvation 2” ICN (London),Talk & live painting at Japan Foundation in London,2014 
and others