Yoko Molotov 



ヨーコ・モロトフは、ルイビルとレキシントンのLand of Tomorrow、ルイビルのシェヘラザード・ギャラリー、インディアナ州ニューアルバニーのカーネギーセンター・フォー・アート・アンド・ヒストリーで作品を展示しています。また、音楽家として、彼女はHarpy、FUN DEATH、yum centerといったプロジェクトでパフォーマンスを行っています。

Yoko Molotov is a Louisville, Kentucky-based multimedia artist specializing in transgressive, gender-fluid comics, art, poetry, and performances.

Molotov’s work is inspired by manga artist Mita Ryuusuke, anime studio GAINAX, and surrealist automatism, a free flowing art-making process in which the artist suppresses conscious control over the making process. Her work blends comedy with tragedy, innocence with erotica, and a precise, graphically technical style with unpolished expressionism.

Yoko Molotov has exhibited work at Land of Tomorrow in Louisville and Lexington, Sheherazade Gallery in Louisville, and the Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany, Indiana. As a musician, Molotov performs in projects such as Harpy, FUN DEATH and yum center.