Yuko Mohri's art seeks to make invisible energy such as electricity, magnetism, and motion visible. In her installation and sculpture, she works not to compose (or construct) but to call attention to "phenomena" that constantly shift according to various conditions such as the environment. In recent years, she has also explored this idea through video and photography.
Recent personal exhibitions include "I/O (In Oslo)" (Atelier Nord, Oslo, 2021), "Parade (a Drip, a Drop, the End of the Tale)" (Japan House São Paulo, São Paulo, 2021), "SP. by yuko mohri" (Ginza Sony Park, Tokyo, 2020), "Voluta" (Camden Arts Centre, London, 2018), and "Assume That There Is Friction and Resistance" (Towada Art Center, Aomori, 2018). She has also participated in numerous international group exhibitions including "23rd Biennale of Sydney" (Sydney, 2022), "2021 Asian Art Biennial" (National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, 2021), "34th Bienal de São Paulo" (Ciccillo Matarazzo Pavilion, São Paulo, 2021), "Glasgow international 2021" (The Pyramid at Anderston, Glasgow, 2021), "The 9th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art" (Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, 2018), and "14th Biennale de Lyon" (Musée d'art contemporain de Lyon, Lyon, 2017). She is the recipient of the Grand Prix, Nissan Art Award (2015), The Kanagawa Culture Award Future Prize (2016), The 67th Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology's Art Encouragement Prize for New Artists (2017). In 2015, she stayed in New York as a grantee of the Asian Cultural Council. In 2018, Mohri, as East Asian Cultural Exchange Envoy, visited 4 cities in China and in 2022, she stayed in France as a laureate of Institut Français Cité International des Arts 2020.