Revision of Shadows
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In this exhibition, three artists will revise their perceptions of shadows and aesthetics from their own perspectives.
Itsuki Doi has been creating electronic and contemporary music since he was a teenager while conducting research on artificial life and subjective time that occurs within artificial systems. He has been involved in the research and development of “Machine-Human Alta,” which pursues life-like qualities, and has been involved in the programming, design, and analysis of numerous media art and contemporary art projects.
Naoki Miyasaka considers the composition of space and its somatosensory properties in terms of gaze, the field of view, and optical angle of view, and studies the concept of space as it appears in various ways depending on the method of perception. His works include functionalist frameworks such as Jeremy Bentham’s Panopticon and Le Corbusier’s Modulor, which he reinterprets into ways of recognizing the body perception of others.
Sayuri Miyashita, who questions the conditions under which a painting is created on paper by layering fine pencil lines, has been working with light and shadow as her consistent themes. She is known for her works that point to the other side of the painting by self-referentially depicting not only space and the image depicted in the space but also the eyes looking at it.