Born in Japan, Knanagawa. Lives and works in London. Working based on the time based works by: performance, installation, photography,video/film, and drawings.
I was growing up in seaside city,along by the Pacific Ocean, and learn the fear and joy the majestic and eternal beauty of the sea.
Music - the composition, rhythm, and improvisational performance continues to inspire and evoke my creativity. It always keeps me awake myself to have a question for my projects. Thinking about 'Difference and Repetition' in music, especially jazz, becomes discourse of finding an intimate connection between drawing practice and meditation.
Likewise 'affirming that the Universe resembles nothing (Georges Bataille)', the "Untitled Drawing Project" appears on parts of architecture, and will disappear from the place to return to the nothing or to the 'flattened' images, as following to the fate of Universe. The project continues to grow, improvise, and transform the image from one to another, to be formless, to transform alter one's idea and vision. The process does nothing to undo the activity, but the activity of making drawings on the parts of architecture only deepens the process of entropy.
The potential drawing project is delivering the botanic image to induce the viewer to feel relaxed and freed from the total pressure and event in certain/uncertain duration. By the continuous de-formalization of the image, the drawing project relaxes the viewer from the pressure of form and concept. From this productive view, the project is engaged in being formless by relaxing from.
Finally, Through the art, I am dedicated to show the performative 'images'; for admiring to hold a supple heart to feel beauty, rather than being a statement of politics that is the power to control people by putting law into the mind and society.
The details and images of the project are:
Summer Shows 2012
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