Yumi Onose

© Yumi Onose, they perform on friday and on saturday they respond to friday, 2011. Photo Henry Chan.

Japan / Canada

Yumi Onose was born in Japan. Yumi’s passion in traveling and learning lead to her study of visual arts and performance. She was invited to be artist-in-residence and exhibited in Poland in 2003, created art for contemporary dance piece¬†Red Dream¬†directed by Keiko Ninomiya in 2006, and exhibited¬†Evolving Forms with Harvey Chan in 2007. She has performed in¬†Something about Gender (2009),¬†we see their work on friday and on saturday they respond to it” (2010) and¬†24h of butoh and it is not butoh¬†(2010), all directed by claude wittmann in Toronto.


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Artist Orange

Just as a performance artist uses their body as their medium, this is a fragrance composed entirely of the orange tree: fruit, leaves, bark, roots, and flowers. Artist Orange performs itself.

Top Notes

neroli, blood orange

Middle Notes

fresh orange juice, petit grain

Base Notes

orange twig, orange seed