Born in Osaka, currently resides in Kyoto.
Inoue has held numerous exhibitions and workshops in Japan and abroad, centering on the Shepherd Project.
In recent years, he has been actively collaborating with artists from multiple disciplines and constructing two-dimensional works in new spaces such as theaters, Noh stages, and tea rooms, exploring the possibilities of next-generation two-dimensional expression.
He advocates and promotes post-workshops that convey the play space of expression with more than 5,000 children each year.
Since 2017, he has been responsible for the contemporary art section of the Sanriku International Arts Festival.