ACG eyes: Moving images and Drawings ーnarrativeー
2008.11.18 [tue] – 12.26 [fri] 11:00-19:00 (on Saturdays and July 8th: 11:00-17:00) Closed on Sundays, Mondays and National holidays (July 8th, Open)
ARTCOURT Gallery starts a series of small exhibitions beside main exhibitions.
As the first exhibition of the series, "Moving images and Drawings - narrative -" introduces the works by young artists, Mayuko Kanazawa, Yukiko Nishiyama, Yasuyoshi Botan and Poh Wang, who create a delicate world filled with elements from which narratives originate.
When a viewer see a piece of work, the perceivable elements that compose the piece, such as images, colors, forms and sounds etc, create a kind of "stream" between the piece and the viewer, being linked to his/her inner and private elements, for example memories of dreams and unnameable images sink deeply in his/her heart.
It could be called "a narrative" which is woven from an intimate interaction between a viewer and a piece of work flowing out from chinks of a theoretical concept behind it.
Moving images and drawings include a lot of factors of "stream", so what narratives will be originated between you and their works when you leave yourself into their streams?