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In the process of creating a work of art, there is a moment when the artist unexpectedly finds beauty in an accidental error. Unlike the digital world where perfect precision exists, in the analog world, the focus is on the various deviations that occur in the process of putting form into matter, and each of the three artists reexamines the beauty of the unintended and accidental.
The leather bag brand Ke shi ki focuses on the fluctuation of the texture of leather due to its natural material, and incorporates the awareness of the inherent beauty of the parts of the leather that are not used in the product into its one-of-a-kind works. Hiromasa Fukaji of “Plotter Drawing” captures the beauty of the “distortion” that occurs at the boundary between the digital and the physical, and presents a series of graphic work that looks at the “phenomenon” of drawing itself. The jewelry brand adachiyukari creates objects that glimpse between things and jewelry that approaches the shapes left behind in the process of creation.
Venue: Entrance (Spiral 1F)