久喜 ようた (Kuki Yota)
is a Tokyo-based non-binary artist born in Japan.
Yota’s Art is based on fine stipple drawing on a variety of medium with inspiration from Japanese culture. This art represents a “sublimation” of the artist response from feelings of emptiness arising from every-day life, often reflected by various creatures. The pigeon that doesn’t fly, てんむすちゃん(Tenmusu chan), the swaying phantom fish unable to swim, the skull bones hiding our real self and other creature inhabiting the artist’s mind.