"Tweet fly" Exhibition
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Twitter is becoming quite popular.
Transient words inundate the Web.
But people might want to take fragments of truth into their hands, those found in personal, ingenuous mutterings, rather than listening to social ideals that could be overturned.
Contemporary artworks that allow me to perceive the mutterings of artists also appeal to me.
In her works, Coppi piquantly cuts out the “oh!” that she encounters in her daily life. Kosuke Yoneyama depicts animals residing in rearing facilities, which he can empathize with based on his inborn, cheerful character. Junya Koike, whose work emits a casual sense of existence, expresses Japanese characters using an assortment of vegetables. Symphonies pour out of Shogo Ozaki’s works, which derive from his affection toward objects he is fond of.
As opposed to words that convey high-handed attitudes, “mutterings,” which are transient, amusing, earnest, and lively, fly freely into the world.