Hiroshi Fuji "'Kaeru Continues Endlessly"

Setagaya Culture Life Information Center, Seikatsu-Kobo

poster for Hiroshi Fuji "'Kaeru Continues Endlessly"

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Hiroshi Fuji transforms garbage and used items into art. For this exhibition, he has created chandeliers out of plastic bottles and birds using toy parts. These works are installed inside Carrot Tower in Sangenjaya. Also, his recycling project "Kaekko" meaning "swap" is introduced, and workshops incorporating used household items that he collected are scheduled.

"Kaeru" means frog in Japanese, but phonetically it also means "return" and "change," which is the main idea of Fuji's work.

- Workshop
"Michi Gaeru (reviving) Studio - 'Useless Selection' in Setagaya"
100 kinds of plastic parts in different shapes and colors are prepared in glass jars at the gallery. Participants can freely create an original piece of art.
Dates: October 13th (Sat), 14th (Sun), 27th (Sat), 28th (Sun)
(1)12:00-13:45, (2)14:00-15:15
Location: Seikatsu-Kobo Gallery
Fee: Each part costs ¥100 - ¥300.
For elementary school students and above.
Limited to 4 persons/ groups (1 group = parent and child)
To attend, contact Seikatsu-Kobo at 03-5432-1543
English service might not be available.
First come first serve.

* "Kaekko Bazaar in Art Town" is scheduled on October 20th (Sat) & 21st (Sun).
Please check Kaekko Bazaar in Art Town website for details. (Japanese only)



From 2007-10-06 To 2007-11-04
Open Hours: 9:00-20:00


Hiroshi Fuji



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