Tomoaki Ishihara “Mirror Behind Hole: Photography into Sculpture vol. 5”

Gallery αM

poster for Tomoaki Ishihara “Mirror Behind Hole: Photography into Sculpture vol. 5”
[Image: (C)Tomoaki Ishihara, 2017]

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For Tomoaki Ishihara the constitution of the self is a single, repetitive process comprised of embodying things, visualizing the body, and realizing images as tangible entities. In the style of Japanese poet Kenji Miyazawa, the result of this - the “work” - is an attempt to expand the finiteness of the body by using various materials and forms.
In this exhibition Ishihara will experiment with two different approaches, producing a self-portrait with hair on fabric, and another three-dimensional portrait seamlessly produced using a 3D printer.

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Talk Event
Event Date: Oct. 28 (Sat) 18:00-19:00
Speaker: Tomoaki Ishihara (artist), Yuri Mitsuda (curator at Kawamura Memorial DIC Museum of Art)
Venue: gallery αM
Admission: Free
*The opening reception will follow the talk event.
*Event in Japanese.

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from October 28, 2017 to December 02, 2017

Opening Reception on 2017-10-28 from 19:00

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