2012 November galerie 16 (Kyoto)


 The reason we feel relief from the sound of waves, the scent of the tide, and the sound of trees and birds is not only because our life response program resonates with the natural environment.
The structure of this comfort should be similar to that of electric music, for example.
Although there are differences, the artificial environment centering on the city that continues to be generated, and cyberspace is being incorporated into the environment in the broad sense of the term, and we strongly feel that it permeates and functions in the natural/artificial and even the human body, while a vague sense of “loss” and “absence” exists as mental lees in the layers of our minds.
Art does not seek to resolve them, but allows them to be shared.
By transforming these “feelings of loss” and “absence” into “universal feelings of loss and absence,” we can place ourselves in the midst of continuous change and transform them into positive expressions with an eye toward the future.

“counterpoint” 1,818(h)×2,273(w)mm (F150) acrylic paint, marker pen(pigment) (2012)

“萩(hagi)”  1,620(h)×1,303(w) mm (F100) acrylic paint , marker pen(pigment) (2012)

“sea view” 1,303(h)×1,620(w)mm (F100) acrylic paint, marker pen(pigment) (2012)

「椿」(2点組) “Tubaki” 727(h)×606(w)mm (F20), 727(h)×1,167(w)mm (M50) acrylic paint , marker pen(pigment) (2012)

“Wave” 1,303(h)×1,620(w)mm (F100) acrylic paint, marker pen(pigment) (2012)

200(h)×200(w) mm acrylic paint , marker pen(pigment) (2012)