Julia Yonetani
Ken Yonetani graduated from MA (Visual Arts), ANU in 2004. In 2005 he held an Artist Residency at Gunnery Studio, Woolloomooloo. He has held numerous exhibitions in Sydney, Canberra, and Melbourne. He is currently a finalist in the Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize (October 2005) and his work will be shown in The Art of Flowers exhibit, Old Government House, October 2005.

Julia Yonetani holds a PhD in History from ANU, and currently lectures in Japanese Studies at the University of New South Wales. She has published extensively on art, war and memory, and history in English and Japanese.


Sweet Revenge: An Interview with Ken Yonetani
Ken Yonetani is an artist born and raised in Japan, and now practising in Sydney. Much of his recent work explores the intersections between consumption, desire, and human impact on our environs. He talks here with Julia Yonetani, who, apart from being Kens partner, is a lecturer, translator and writer on art, history, and things Japanese. This interview was conducted in Japanese and translated into English by Julia.
Ecology: Everyone's Business
NAVA Samstag Australian Body Art Festival Bendigo Art Gallery