Artwork Introduction
Artist Concept Suite | ANDI Suite Artwork Introduction (902)

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Saya Mimura

mixed technique on panel

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“Something seen or felt is a scene only occurring on that one occasion, never to be repeated. I sense beauty in such transient, ephemeral scenes. My work is the process of picking up such scenes, using drawing or photography to preserve the otherwise insignificant phenomena that you would be unlikely to notice unless you were deliberately looking for them. Once preserved, I give them new existence as silkscreen prints or paintings. Choosing surface textures and colors seems akin to grasping something untouchable, like the scent of bubbles, with my hands. And the process of depicting such an ephemeral event is in its own way another ephemeral event.”

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Blank 034.

Yurina Okada

Panel, modeling paste, photo

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“This work is composed of uncontrollable, accidental, unrepeatable occurrences. Transferring the image to a material and inducing cracks in the material gives the image movement. Modifying the relationship between the photograph and the image like this is a way of connecting myself to the photograph. Taking up this challenge means pioneering a new approach to photography.”

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Rei Kizumoto

acrylic on panel

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Before the storm

Rei Kizumoto

acrylic on canvas

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Rei Kizumoto

acrylic on panel

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“Plants have made their way into my life in various forms ever since I was a child. Each tree or flower has its own natural shape, but we change the shapes of these plants in our daily lives. My practice involves using paint to produce pieces of plants and planes of color, and then, thinking of how the colors combine in the space, placing them together on the canvas like a puzzle, sometimes cutting or tearing them to fit. To me, painting is a process of going back and forth across the border between organic plant shapes and inorganic planes of color.”

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Landscape #3

Midori Arai

oil on canvas

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“Based on the concept of thinking about the limited nature of life, as appropriate for an age of coexistence with nature, my canvases are compositions of strokes and outlines endowed with physicality, along with subconsciously drawn lines and blank spaces. This approach readily reflects emotions and noise from the human body, bringing the passage of the artist’s time into the canvas and producing paintings that act as traces.”

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