Art In America: Janet Koplos on Shigeko Kubota “My Life with Nam June Paik”

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Art In America By Janet Koplos Shigeko Kubota at Maya Stendhal Gallery Shigeko Kubota’s most notorious work was a Fluxus performance in 1965, a year after she arrived in New York from Japan. For Vagina Painting she attached a paintbrush to her underpants, hiked up her dress and repeatedly squatted over an expanse of paper, […]

SHIGEKO KUBOTA By Nicole Demby

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SHIGEKO KUBOTA By Nicole Demby Conceived of as one video environment, the landscape created by Shigeko Kubota’s magical video sculptures in the show, My Life With Nam June Paik, at once disorients and transfixes. Using a myriad of materials, Kubota creates a world out of inorganic matter that feels like a natural environment, physically expressing […]