Shiho Fukuhara is Tokyo based Artist and Researcher. She has been engaged to develop new technology and the platform to integrate intelligence to our everyday things with the purpose to investigate how creations with technology and traditional crafts critically reflects our consciousness on physicality, aesthetics, materiality. After graduating with a Masters degree course in Interaction Design at RCA (2003). She established Biopresence Ltd. in London (2004) with Georg Tremmel and formed BCL, an artistic research framework (2007). Shiho joined an art collective HUMAN AWESOME ERROR to reinvestigate the meaning of errors in the relation between human and nature. Her art works have been exhibited at the Centre Pompidou, Palais de Tokyo, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa. Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum for their permanent collection acquired her innovative work. Shiho has also served as a jury in awards including D&AD, Ars Electronica, ACC TOKYO Creativity Award.