Kimura was born in Tokyo in 1980 and grew up in Miyagi. Finished a master’s program at Tama Art University. In the cultural anthropology field, there is a word called “外臓(Gaizo)” and it means “the surrounding environment is the inverted side of your own body”. From the point of view of “Gaizo”, he tries to connect local food cultures and the natural environment that surrounds us with his own creations and tries to grasp the characteristics including plasticity that connotes sculpting as a surrounding environment which includes societal aspects with his creation.
His main solo exhibitions are “IN CONCRETE”(FEI ART MUSEUM YOKOHAMA, 2017), “N.E.blood 21 vol.60”(Rias Ark Museum, 2017), and his main group exhibitions are, “9th Emerging Artists Exhibition”(Kawaguchi Municipal Art Gallery Atria, 2020), “Rokko Meets Art”(Mt.Rokko, 2020), “ART MIYAGI 2019”(The Miyagi Museum of Art, 2019), “Art of Akita 2016”(Akita Museum of Art, 2016), Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial KAMIKOANI PROJECT AKITA 2015(Kamikoani-mura, Akita prefecture, 2015).