The artist group YoHa (Graham Harwood, Mastuko Yokokoji) are exponents of a form of Critical Technical Practice that is informed by pedagogy, collaborations and tinkering practice. YoHa’s work involves the use of art as a mode of enquiry into technical objects most recently within the fields of health, war, oceans and death. The space of YoHa’s inquiry is usually populated by an interconnection of technical objects and other kinds of bodies as in a clinic, hospital, battlefield or at sea. The focus of this enquiry is where the flows of power can be reconfigured by the ambiguity of art, not necessarily to make art but to make use of it within a wider enquiry.
Harwood, Graham; Yokokoji, Matsuko and Wright, Richard. 2008. Tantalum Memorial. In: "2nd Biennial 01SJ Global Festival of Art on the Edge 2008", California State University, 2008-11.
Telephone Trottoire (Congolese for "Pavement Radio")
Harwood, Graham. 2006. Telephone Trottoire (Congolese for "Pavement Radio"). In: "Telephone Trottoire (Congolese for "Pavement Radio")", NODE London, United Kingdom, 3/27/2006 - 5/8/2006.
Perl poetry projects: London.pl, War.pl
Harwood, Graham. 2004. Perl poetry projects: London.pl, War.pl. In: "Social Capital – Forms of Interaction", CUNY Graduate Center, New York, United States, 5/20/2004 - 6/24/2004.
Fuller, Matthew and Harwood, Graham. 2002. Text FM. In: "Text FM", Vienna Public Square, Mariahilferstrasse, Institute for New Culture Technologies, Vienna/Austria, Austria, 1/15/2002 - 5/30/2002.