Kyoko Imazu

As a child in central Japan, Kyoko Imazu drew animals like rabbits, rats, cats and birds. Animals continue to dominate her art practice; her works on paper are inspired by taxidermied animals in the collections of the Melbourne Museum and the Tokyo Nature and Science Museum.

Animalis is Kyoko’s investigation into her fixation with the animal kingdom and how recording and interpreting it evoke memories from her childhood.

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Title: Night Train
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Title: Bunny II
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Title: Storm
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Title: One eye
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Title: Fish Party
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Title: Furball 3
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Title: Jasper
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Title: Cat Rabbit
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Title: Mokomoko
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Title: Rokuro Kubi
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Title: Nico & Miki
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Title: Furball 2
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Title: Japanese Hare
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Title: Furball
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Title: Red Hair
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Title: Ritual
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Title: Snatchers
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Title: Flyway II
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Title: Flyway I
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Title: Invasion
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Title: Mountain Song
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Title: Underground I
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Title: Pollination
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Title: Jasper II
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Title: Commune
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Title: Casper
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Title: Night Garden
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Title: Cat Town
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Title: Party
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Title: Chibi
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Title: Rachel II
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Title: Rabbit Days
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Title: Hop
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Title: Found I
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Title: Found II
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Title: Green Thumb