The Nissan Art Award 2015, a biennial competition that recognizes and supports the work of emerging Japanese artists, has awarded Yuko Mohri the Grand Prix in recognition for her innovative new media installation works. Her practice involves "creating spaces in which invisible energy forms such as magnetism, gravity, and wind circulate via objects using electronic circuitry." The award holds a total value of ¥5 million, including a cash prize of ¥3 million and the opportunity to live in London in association with The Camden Arts Center in the spring of 2016.
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