Yuya Saito graduated from Central Oklahoma University in the United States, currently lives and works in Yokohama, Japan.

His free-curving work expresses the dynamic sensibility of his skateboarding since he was 14 years old, and a digitally layered screen which captures the myriad events of the city makes you feel chaotic as if they were generated at the same time on it.

By combining a unique curved support and a unique printing technique that does not use paints, he is trying a new expression crossing a plane and a solid, analog and digital.


Nowadays,  he reconsiders the chaos and freedom of the city as a space that is not bound by continuity, and is making the works about the richness of the world under the concept of "simultaneity."