Nami is a conceptual artist who strives to visualize the gap between Japanese tradition and modern society. She believes that the value of each person’s feeling is equal and questions the traditional roles of women and mothers through her artwork. Focusing on the existence of conventional practices in a modern society, her installations invite the viewer to contemplate age-old traditions which go unquestioned and that are perceived as normal. Profile Originally from Fukuoka. Nami is a contemporary artist with 15 years of experience in pottery and painting. Her artwork revolves around the realistic expression of human emotions.