Hisako Sugiyama “Corridor”

Wada Fine Arts

poster for Hisako Sugiyama “Corridor”

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The title of the exhibition “corridor” actually comes from a title of her sculpture work she made in 2001. This “corridor/marigold” with vivid yellow color dazzled our eyes, and its harmonious size to human being reminded of a kind of functional furniture that its existence itself linked to the space. Later, Sugiyama made another work titled “corridor/violet” in 2016. This bright purple object stood out the space. Both shape and color are the crucial factors for object. Besides the size of object gives an impression. By keeping the shape but varying the color and size, her works lead us to recognize and reconsider fundamental structure of objects. Furthermore, what we are attracted the most by these “corridor” series is when we see these from all direction; the shape of the sculpture keeps changing, as if we are looking into kaleidoscope so that we almost can forget time passes. In this exhibition 3 pieces of “corridor”, from 2017 on, will be on display. Each different “corridor”s will be co-exist in the same space. This will be a very interesting exhibit for sure. Besides, her drawing works with pencil and watercolor are also very attractive. 4 new works will be exhibited for this time. The motives in the drawings seem to move silently in the picture, and will give you a feeling of the sound chiming in your mind.

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from December 04, 2018 to December 22, 2018

Opening Reception on 2018-12-03 from 18:00 to 20:00

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Hisako Sugiyama

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