白石畫廊: 輕井澤很榮幸地宣布,我們即將舉辦備受矚目雕塑家坪田昌之的個展—「未知的記憶」。「未知的記憶」意味著孩童時期在山澗或湖邊遊玩,所體驗到的詭譎感。
基於對木造古蹟寺廟的喜愛,使藝術家開始運用木頭為媒材創作。某天他感覺到自己的作品被上了一層紅色,從此以後,這種微妙的「跡象」成為藝術家主要的靈感來源。
坪田昌之留意到人類因種族、信仰、語言與經濟社會背景之相異,而有所不同。這讓我們對於同一種色彩的觀看,也能產生不一樣的情感與理解。因此,孩童時期「未知的記憶」是如何影響各式各樣觀看藝術品的人們,是此次展覽所探討的主旨。
坪田的作品因其獨特的顏色與材質而別具吸引力,木頭本身即為會呼吸的有機物,即使被鋸斷了,仍持續變化,構成渾然天成的型態與光影。藝術家的繪畫與裝置作品,亦將於展覽首次呈現。我們誠摯地邀請您一同馳騁於他豐富的想像力、色彩與藝術。

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坪田昌之
After receiving his B.A. and B.F.A. from the Osaka University of Arts, Masayuki Tsubota (1976- ) creates a series of sculptures with wood and aluminum, he delicately shaves and polishes the medium with vibrant colors to create a unifying effect. These underlying connotations are what give his sculptures numerous dimensions, as well as intrigue. The abstract texture and pattern urge the viewers to reflect on themselves once again, in order to re-experience seemingly familiar visual (Déjà-vu) in a different way. Tsubota believes colors always exist all around us in trans-phenomenal way, it penetrates our dreams, affecting our consciousness/unconsciousness. In this fast-paced informative era, we often eliminate the needs for colors; perhaps we left something important without noticing it. The recollection by Tsubota are artworks that cannot be express through physical sense.

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