Fuyuka Shindo “What To Do About Patterns?”

Art Center Ongoing

poster for Fuyuka Shindo “What To Do About Patterns?”

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Fuyuka Shindo’s textiles and installations use kimono scraps, threads, and fish skins as materials in a creative process that incorporates local traditions, culture, and present-day complexities. Often drawing on the landscapes, traditional materials, and artistic methods of her native Hokkaido, she speaks with the residents of the places where she creates her works as part of her research, collecting fabrics, tools, vocabulary, and know-how along the way. In addition to a series inspired by a search for the roots of Jomon culture in Hokkaido, this exhibition displays works made from the skins of fish caught by Shindo herself in Tokyo’s Tama River.

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Fee: One drink order

Talk “About Tokyo’s Art”
Date: Apr. 26 (Sun) 19:00
Fee: ¥1000 (incl. 1 drink and admission)
Audience: 30 (first-come basis)
Please see the official website for details.

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from April 23, 2014 to April 27, 2014

Closing Reception on 2014-04-27 from 18:00
¥1000 (inc. 1 drink, snack, and gallery entrance)

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Fuyuka Shindo

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