Takahiro Suzuki is an artist currently residing in Brevard, NC (USA). He completed his BA in Studio Art from the University of Virginia concentrating in the media of photography and cinematography, and received his MFA in Film, Video, Animation, and New Genres from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. His work and research practices as an artist are a constant endeavor of questioning. Each investigation offers a path toward further curiosity, rather than an inching grasp toward certainty. Suzuki’s recent works have contemplatively explored the relationships between histories, futures, and the philosophies of resurfacing. Through the interwoven narratives within the essayistic format, the end product is not so much a thesis upon which to land, but rather an open hypothesis for the audience to consider. His works have exhibited and screened nationally and internationally. Suzuki is currently serving as Assistant Professor of Photography and Digital Media at Brevard College and is the co-founder and co-curator of aCinema, a monthly experimental film screening series in Milwaukee, WI.
Photo by Dave Woody