Anne Eastman “We Passed The Setting Sun,”

Tetsuo's Garage

poster for Anne Eastman “We Passed The Setting Sun,”

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*Tetsuo’s Garage is temporarily closed until May 11 (Tue). This event has been postponed.
*The exhibition period has been shortened. (Originally 2021/4/3–4/28).

This exhibition, organized by Tam Ochiai, takes its title from a fragment of an Emily Dickinson poem. Eastman’s work is inter-disciplinary and her practice extends beyond art-making to include the Troedsson Villa Project, where in addition to inviting artists to reside and make work in Nikko, she organizes exhibitions and workshops in collaboration with members of the art community in Japan. Her exhibition will begin at HIGURE17-15cas, Tokyo with a video work and several small sculptural pieces combining fragments of newspaper with paint, wood, glass and mirror and continue in Nikko, where she applies a similar approach to a site specific installation at Tetsuo’s Garage, an alternative art space she started in 2017. The show in Nikko will also incorporate events and screenings organized ad hoc.

Geocentric theory was superseded by Heliocentric theory, yet the Sun continued setting and rising; this exhibition represents a kind of realism, signboard, and the limits of nostalgia.

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from April 03, 2021 to April 25, 2021
Exhibition Hours 11:00-17:00. Opened on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.

Artist(s)

Anne Eastman

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