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Kubota Naruko he never saw themselves as the "feminist" Kubota Naruko was born in Niigata Prefecture, Japan in August 2, 1937, had studied sculpture at the Tokyo University of education. In 1964, one of the founder George · joined her Fluxus movement; Mociunas (George Maciunas) came to New York, and in the new New York University and the Institute of Social Research (New School for Social Research) study. Kubota Naruko Shigeko – "Kubota" (Vagina Painting) vagina painting like a torrent of other participants in the movement, like Yoko Ono and Kubota Naruko by Marcel Paik, · Duchamp and experimental composer John · (John Cage); Cage effect. In 1965, she performed the famous "Painting" in the first time in an event of the torrent school (Vagina). She tied a brush to the back of the skirt to paint on the ground floor of the white paper, and the red paint used to represent a woman’s menstrual period. It is also because of this piece of criticism of Jackson · the concept of "action painting" by Pollock, and many people regard the performance as the representative of female art. Nevertheless, Kubota Naruko never see themselves as "feminist". In an interview with the Broolyn railroad in 2007, she told the newspaper: "if it is a man or a woman, art is art.". People can put me in the category of "feminism", but I will not make any substantial contribution to it except as an artist." Kubota Naruko Shigeko Kubota – "my father" (My Father) in 1967, Sony Corp launched a portable camera, Kubota Naruko immediately bought a. At that time, her works include "my father" (1973-1975), in which she recorded the process of his father’s cancer, as well as his grief after his father’s death. After that, her image works in the sculpture. Kubota Naruko Shigeko Kubota – Shigeko Kubota – Paik and Kubota Narukokubotanaruko "winter in Miami" (Winter in Miami) and Kubota Naruko Paik married in 1977 after marriage, her work is always used to compare with her husband. In an interview with an oral history archive of Japanese art in 2009, she talked about her relationship with her husband in her private life and creation. Even in my own creation, people would say, ‘she is imitating the South’. I think it’s ridiculous. So I just go along the way of Duchamp. When the southern trend to popular art, I went to the Fine Arts (hig plume)相关的主题文章: