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Ritsuko Taho is an artist who works in the public arena ranging from
landscape sculpture and earthwork to urban sculptural installations.

Taho is interested in relationships to the Other --for instance,
between nature and people, people and people. She has dealt with
these issues in public art and explored the use of various natural
materials while she has incorporated community participation within
her installations since the early 1980s.

Taho has collaborated with architects, landscape architects,
engineers and various professionals in her projects. Her recent
public art seeks new approaches to natural environment, while she
investigates the fundamental issues of a view of nature in
collaboration with scientists and engineers.