MIDORI: The Artist – A Conversation w/ Caroline Carrington

Did you know that Midori does much more than teach about rope?
Introducing Midori: The Artist

…as featured in art spaces locally and globally.

Sit down for an in-depth conversation with Midori, live online with Caroline Carrington where she will explore the depths of what drives Midori creatively, learn what she’s up to next, and how her artwork connects with her education and coaching.
• Get advice and learn how to tap into your own creativity.
• How can art practice make us stronger?
• How do you find and boost your source of creativity?
• Is there a way to lighten a heavy heart and calm agitation through art?
• How do we harness the power of our Shadow through making and performing?
• Can you be more powerful and confident through the practice of art?
And a lot more…
Patreon subscriber event. LIVE.
Questions and conversations encouraged
This will be recorded for later viewing.
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Midori ( 美登里 ) is a queer, Japanese American artist. She creates work that gives shape and texture to emotion, desire, repulsion, collective memory, and subconscious revisions of experience. Her performances are physical and durational, often inviting the audience to join in and become co-conspirators in the labor of art.
Reclamation of material and collaboration are core values that inform almost everything she creates, and the multiplicity of perspective and disorientation are ongoing themes in her work.
Born and raised in Japan with Japanese and German American heritage, Midori grew up loving Japanese folk art and traditional survival technologies, even as she struggled against the pressures of racism and sexism. Now a San Franciscan of thirty years, her body, like her art, bridges multiple cultures.
After serving in the military, she began her art career performing in queer nightclubs, collaborating with other ‘weirdo’ transgressive and experimental artists, saying “Sure, I’ll do it!” to even the oddest of opportunities. She describes herself as “born an abomination, traveling between worlds seeking other monsters – we are so many monsters.”
Midori’s work has been shown at San Francisco Asian Art Museum, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Leslie Lohman Museum, SoMArts, Das Arts Amsterdam, Gorilla Gallery Oaxaca, Root Division, among others.
Learn more about her art at www.Ranshin.com


Caroline Carrington is a Certified NeoTantra Educator, Conscious Relationship & Intimacy Coach, and inspires people to live empowered lives across the US and around the world. She expands people’s experience of pleasure, intimacy, and connection through relationships, energy play, and dynamic and erotic meditation.
Caroline loves building bridges between communities in the realms of classical Tantra, NeoTantra, BDSM, Polyamory, and Bhakti Yoga. She welcomes the sacred back to sexuality and celebrates even the seemingly profane as sacred. Caroline is passionate about walking NeoTantra out of the bedroom and into the world.
She teaches sold-out workshops like Escape to Paradise: NeoTantra in Hawaii, Exploring the G-Spot & Female Ejaculation, Pleasuring the Penis: Mind-blowing Techniques of Erotic Massage, her legendary NeoTantric rituals, her Black Diamond Ritual, and more.
Caroline has taught at Symbiosis Gathering of 15,000 people, Dark Odyssey, Folsom Fringe Festival, and performed with world-renown rope artists at Folsom Street Fair. She is passionate about rope, ritual, mantra, and of course NeoTantra. 
Learn more about her work at www.CarolineCarrington.com


Apr 03 2022


4:00 PM - 5:30 PM

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