Specializes in studying the relationship between technology and society through the lens of media art, a comparatively new form of artistic expression. She has applied her research to planning and producing exhibitions, and conducting workshops for understanding and experiencing media technology as part of exhibitions and education, as well as in medical settings. She is also involved in developing technology-based support mechanisms for appreciating art. A graduate of the International Academy of Media Arts and Sciences (IAMAS),she has worked as a researcher at IAMAS, a director of the Digital Pocket nonprofit organization, an associate researcher at the Agency for Cultural Affairs, and as a program officer at the Japan Arts Council’ . She is currently an associate professor in the Nippon Institute of Technology’s Faculty of Advanced Engineering Department of Information Technology and Media Design.