Masako Miki (b. 1973, Osaka, Japan) is a multimedia artist whose work ranges from installations to watercolor, felt, and bronze sculptures. Miki’s work reclaims the power of myth-making, proposing new mythologies to question old myths that continue to cause deep chasms among us. Miki’s large bronze installation was completed at Uber Technologies HQ in 2020, and she is currently designing functional furniture for Minna-Natoma Art Corridor in San Francisco.

She has been featured in exhibitions at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft, Nassima Landau Art Foundation, Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA), Katonah Museum of Art, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, and the de Young Museum, among others. Her work is in the collections of the Berkeley Art Museum, Pacific Film Archive, Byrd Hoffman Water Mill Foundation, Collección SOLO, and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMoMA). Miki is represented by CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibition and RyanLee in New York.