Born in 1937 in (Japan)
Lives and works in (United States )
Liste expositions


Selected Bibliography

Exhibition CataloguesShigeko Kubota / Taka Iimura, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York (United States), 1979.Shigeko Kubota. Video Sculptures, Museum Folkwang, Essen (Germany), 1982.Shigeko Kubota. Video Sculpture, American Museum of the Moving Image, Astoria (United States), 1991.Shigeko Kubota. Video Sculptures : Duchampiana, Galerie de Paris, Paris (France), 1996.

Articles in reviews and newspapersADAMS Brooks, "Zen and the Art of Video", Art in America, New York (United States), No. 72, February 1984.ANCONA Victor, "Video Fuses with Traditional Media at Whitney Biennial", Videography, New York (United States), May 1983.ASKEY Ruth, "Shigeko Kubota's Duchampiana", Artweek, Los Angeles (United States), October 1997.CAMERON Dan, "The Grammar of the Video Image", Arts Magazine, New York (United States), No. 49, December 1974.DANIELS Dieter, "Shigeko Kubota und Keigo Yamamoto", Kunstforum, Düsseldorf (Germany), No. 18, January / February 1989.DREYFUS Charles, "From History of Fluxus", Flash Art, Milan (Italy), No. 84-85, October / November 1978.GIGLIOTTI Davidson, "The Allure of the Electronic", Afterimage, Rochester (United States), March 1990.HAGIHARA Sakumi, "Changing & Expanded Video, Japan '87 TV Festival", Asahi Shinbun, Tokyo (Japan), September 1987.TANNEY Kathy, "Delicate Video Structures", Artweek, Los Angeles (United States), October 1986.TRAYNA John, "How to Produce a Cable TV Telethon", Videography, New York (United States), No. 3, October 1978.