Specialized in Art Design.
Arisa Nakayama is an installation artist based in Tokyo. Born in Japan, she is a daughter of a Peruvian of Japanese descent and a Thai of Chinese descent. After graduating from Tama Art University, Department of Information Design, Art and Media Course, she continued her artistic endeavors at Tokyo University of The Arts, Department of Design, Space Direction Studio. Her signature projects are watage – an interactive installation where dandelion puffs substitute the use of artificial driving force to animate the work, a collection of motion pictures highlighting the subtle movements of everyday life objects, and weeds-focused street art. Nakayama Arisa placed second and received an audience choice award at SICF18 (Spiral Independent Creators Festival 18) held in Japan. She is a winner of Campus Genius Contest in Arts and Entertainment categories, where she also received a judge award.