Manabu Miki is a writer, editor, researcher, and software planner. Through his unique research into image and colour, he has worked in writing and editing within and across genres such as contemporary art, architecture, photography and music, while creating exhibitions and developing software.
His co-edited books include Dai-Osaka Modern Architecture (2007, Seigensha), Colorscape de France(2014, Seigensha), Modern Architecture in Osaka 1945-1973 (2019, Seigensha) and Reimaging Curation (2020, Showado). His recent exhibitions and curatorial projects include “A Rainbow of Artists: The Aichi Triennale Colorscape”, Aichi Triennale 2016 (Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, 2016) and “New Phantasmagoria” (Kyoto Art Center, 2017). His software projects include Feelimage Analyzer (VIVA Computer Inc., Microsoft Innovation Award 2008, IPA Software Product of the Year 2009), PhotoMusic (Cloud10 Corporation), and mupic (DIVA Co., Ltd.).