Fumihiro Kikuchi is a New York City based interdisciplinary dance artist from Japan, exploring cross-cultural understanding in the process of cognitive perspective. He thrives in collaborative partnerships with artists in other disciplines as his own artistic practice is interdisciplinary in nature. Fumihiro has presented his works at various festivals and venues including Pinea-Linea de Costa in Spain, Tempe Center for the Arts, Phoenix Art Museum, Center for Performance Research, Flux Factory, Phoenix Center for the Arts to name a few. In 2016 and 2018, he has invited as a guest choreographer at California State University, Fresno. Fumihiro has selected as an artist-in-residence at Marble House Project in Vermont (2019), Pinea-Linea de Costa in Spain, Jonah Bokaer Arts Foundation in New York (2018) and [nueBOX] in Arizona (2016). In addition to being a dancer and a choreographer, he has extensive experience in theatre production at various organizations. Fumihiro has created costumes for performing artists and his lighting designs symbiotically support the development of his own work as well as his collaborations. He holds his MFA in Dance from Arizona State University and his BA in Theatre Arts and Dance from California State University, Fresno.