The aim of this exhibition is for viewers to perceive logically and physically at the same time through artworks that go beyond their concepts to confront the senses of your body and skin.
The viewers will experience the process of intuitively grasping the whole situation as well as trying to reach an ambiguous sense through works by four artists, each using different materials to create their unique style.
When we feel something, usually we sense the details of changes by relying not only on vision, but also on other senses. For example, when we reach a pedestrian crossing, we understand where we are not only because of what we see, but also because our bodies feel the wind passing through.
In this exhibition, works of four artists, who are creating artworks that maintain the balance between logical objectivit and sense of body while facing contradiction, will be introduced.
Sculptures created by Miki Kubota repeatedly replace shadows and substances as well as surface and content through simple processes such as polishing and burying.
Installation works of Takuya Ikezaki deal with elusive sensations or awarenesses such as blinking lights showing up underneath closed eyelids and crumpled fabrics by using cheap and daily materials.
Satoru Shimizu's unique world is developed through a combination of symbols that, at a glance, seem meaningless. He scrapes and traces motifs such as wall patterns, newspapers and encyclopedias to create his printed drawings.
Kanako Hayashi buries objects like flowers, fruits and herself on city surfaces including small spaces between buildings and cracks on the street to make viewers aware of unique perceptions.