Mayuko Yoshida + Kyoko Ebata + Nao Shibuya Exhibition

Tokyo Wonder Site, Hongo

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The 4th edition of this year's TWS Emerging is hosting 3 solo exhibitions: Mayuko Yoshida's "Demoniac", Kyoko Ebata's "The Game-Keeper's Jam Cellar" and Nao Shibuya's "Passage".

"What lies beneath this huge heap of shredded paper is akin to the truth hidden within silence." Mayuko Yoshida captures in her work a certain meaning that gets lost at the very moment that words are uttered. Through her artistic process, she seeks to depict a pre-verbal and pre-lingual wordless state. Her installation work uses Braille to conjure something asleep in silence within our psyche, something that has not yet been replaced by words.

Kyoko Ebata takes photos of elderly people's rooms. She expresses a sense of pathos and the unique beauty found in the personal microcosmos of one's "room", a space that clearly reflects its dweller's interior aspects and way of life.

Nao Shibuya has visualized landscapes where people encounter each other using various media such as collage, paper, photographs, letters, knitted threads, etc. In search of her own method of recording specific places, she executes sketches in which the relationship between things gets expanded, moving beyond the exhibition space, ultimately becoming an "infinite landscape that belongs to nowhere".

-Related events
August 30th (Sat) 16:00-17:00 Artist Talk/ 17:00-19:00 Opening reception

-Related Presentation @ TWS Art Cafe Kurage
From the upcoming TWS-Emerging exhibition, you can also enjoy work by Mayuko Yoshida, Kyoko Ebata and Nao Shibuya at TWS Art Cafe Kurage.
Date: September 3rd (Wed) - September 17th (Wed)
Time: 10:00-23:30
Venue: TWS Art Cafe Kurage

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From 2008-08-30 To 2008-09-21

Opening Reception on 2008-08-30 from 17:00 to 19:00

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