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黒住奏 個展 Kanade Kurozumi Solo Exhibition “from where I am”







A trip to the American Southwest started in 2002.
Stories she encountered during her solo road trip start breathing now.
In her first solo exhibition in her hometown Hiroshima, as a photographer and a researcher of the Native American Literature, she embodies her own oral storytelling.

From spring 2021, her story begins its next journey.




黒住 奏(くろずみ かなで)





Kanade Kurozumi

Born in Hiroshima. Kanade went to Arizona State on her first trip to the U.S. In 2004, she moved to NYC for college. In 2008, she graduated from Hunter College, City University of New York (BA in film) After graduating, she worked in the media industry in NY in areas such as news, documentary, and Major League Baseball.

In 2011, after coming back to Japan, she became interested in Native American Literature and entered graduate school. In 2014, she earned an MA in American literature from the Graduate School of Letters, Hiroshima University. She received a Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) fellowship and she finished the course work of Ph.D program at Hiroshima University in 2017. She is currently working on her dissertation.
Currently she works in the field of literary research, English education, peace education, and art as a part-time instructor at colleges in Hiroshima city, in addition to work as an interpreter, translator, peace education program manager, and gallery staff.