Conceptual Clothing Lab Exhibition
This event has ended.
Conceptual Clothing was inspired by philosopher Shunsuke Tsurumi’s ‘limited art’ theory and his proposal that ‘art comes from daily life’. Clothing reflects ethnological elements such as a country or region’s customs and rituals, the techniques and materials used to produce those clothes, etc. For Japanese, clothing is one of the most vital forms of ‘limited art’. This exhibition takes a close look at clothes and the color white to create a shirt and present any insight garnered from the endeavor.
Participating artists include Kaya Matsuda, Tsukasa Mikami, Yuuka Miyazono, Kana Yamamoto, Noriko Koyamada, Tomi Ninomiya, Mihoko Yamamoto, and Takehiko Sanada.
Date and Time: 3/21 (Wed) 15:00-17:00
Venue: Gallery 5610
Lecture fee: ¥500