Posted on:November 10, 2013
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
WEDNESDAY, 11/13 - SUNDAY, 11/17
12:00 PM - 6:00 PM
Appointment only on Wednesday
"No matter where in the world one goes, the length of a day remains the same. Humans live all revolving around time. The clock, our shared measure of time, is the theme of this exhibition. Twelve planes compress onto one. Abridged to discrete periods and even compressed to sheets, I hope these works of time are enjoyed in their simplicity. These are somewhat strange, amusing moments painted to flow on without change."
In the same vein as ambient music, Jyuri Nanako's work begins by concentrating on a single motif. As the lines quiver into forms and string together, each piece grows into its pattern. Finished, it is a single leaf. It holds the horizon: water and sky flowing as one.
1988 Born in Tokyo
2008 Design Festa vol.28 Exhibition
2010 Yokohama Landmark Hall: "The Strange Voice of 14 People" Exhibition
2011 Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse "unius" Exhibition
2011 The First Japan-Wide Open Call ０・ＳＭ Exhibition