坪田昌之將作品緊密的結構、顏色、觸感表現淋漓盡致;是種堅強而靈活的組合,並使觀眾可以根據不同的觀點來觀察藝術家的各種表現形式。這系列作品時而有趣卻又同時充滿現代感。藝術家使用的材料也注重文化與氣候,如木材,石頭和礦物顏料,使作品邊界模糊並相互侵蝕,如同賦予藝術品本身一項新的使命一般;這些材料為觀眾的五種感官發出了共鳴。坪田昌之作品的這一特色吸引了人們心中被遺忘的記憶,達到鼓舞人心的作用;因為共鳴被稱為溝通的起源,並延伸為超越時間和地點的領悟。

Ginza New Gallery

 

6-4-16 Ginza, Chuo-ku Tokyo, 104-0061, Japan

Tel: +81 (0)3 3574 6161


Opening Hours: 11:00 - 19:00
Closed: Monday

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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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