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Takahiro Ueda, who seeks a chance of encountering with a new landscape by dismantling industrial products, develops two-dimensional works using multiple paints with the same standard name sold by different manufacturers. Makoto Taniguchi, who has been focusing on the nature of images that provoke emotional involvement, this time creates images that are improvisational and unsteady in form. Mrs. Yuki, who has attempted to practice their art from a biological point of view, retains the homosexual acts of insects as insect specimens that have died but still retain their perfect form. Osamu Mori, who focuses on organic forms in the real world and fuses them with logos of companies and organizations, studies the flow, mass, and water carving of expression in Western sculpture.
This exhibition invites Hayato Fujioka as interviewer to reveal the essence of each exhibiting artist’s expression through the conversation.