Count the Waves − Visualizing Invisibility

The University Art Museum - Tokyo University of the Arts

poster for Count the Waves − Visualizing Invisibility
[Image: Dina Gadia, Blotch, 2016 © Dina Gadia, courtesy of CLEAR GALLERY TOKYO]

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Count the Waves − Visualizing Invisibility features 14 artists and designers from in and outside Japan investigating invisibility. In presenting artworks that visualize the invisible, the exhibition will explore where we see (or think we see) traces of the invisible in its paradoxically visible manifestations. The title Count the Waves expresses an attempt to grasp the invisible—waves that ceaselessly layer one over the other, only to dissipate—alluding not only to the unknowable depths of the sea, but to the forces that rule it. By interrogating how varying forms of invisibility have shifted how we relate to our surrounding environments, we seek out what it truly means to “connect.”



from March 21, 2019 to April 07, 2019
Hours: 10:00—18:00.


Lee Kit, Lieko Shiga, Rintaro Fuse, Bien et al.



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