Hitomi Hasegawa is a founder and director of Moving Image Archive of Contemporary Art in Japan (MIACA Japan) since 2006. Hasegawa is currently a visiting researcher of Asia Art Archive in Hong Kong with the grant of Japanese Government Overseas Program.
Since 2000, Hasegawa curated several exhibitions in several venues such as the Mori Art Center Zone in Tokyo, Kunstbuero in Vienna, Kulturhuset in Stockholm, Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of the Photography, Skulpturenshus in Stockholm, ZAIM Yokohama. As MIACA, Hasegawa organized exhibitions and talks of unitednationsplaza, Cao Fei, Paul Chan and others. In 2009, she appointed the assistant curator of CREAM, International festival for Arts and Media Yokohama.
Manager of the Japanese artist group The Group 1965 since 1997, member of Free Media Research Lab (fmrl) and Free Art and Technology Tokyo (FAT Tokyo) since 2008. Writings, contributions: BE Magazine of the Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, :Publicness in Art How to Reorganize Museums and Cultural Facilities in Japan?, Keio University Art Center, :Please Disturb! Catalogue of Svenska Forum, Stockholm. Hasegawa studied at Konstfack in Stockholm and Keio University in Tokyo, MA in Art Management.