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The theme of this year’s work was myself, and the final work was called “Becoming One”.
Title: Becoming One
mixed media acrylic and dye on canvas
Size: F100 (1620×1303mm)
Production year: 2022
Thank you to all of you who have purchased our products in the form of joint ownership! And the audience never stopped asking questions, which was very touching in itself. Thank you again. For a few days now, “Maru” has been in my mind, and I felt like something was coming together. I’m actually a bit nervous when I want to live paint something that is not concrete at all. I’m not sure if I can draw them in with just energy, or if it would have been better if the piece was more concrete (?). I’m not sure. But I was incredibly focused yesterday, just painting the “maru” that was there.
I was back at my parents’ house for Obon the other day, and I suddenly realize that I don’t think about my grandpa as much as I used to. I was even thinking of developing an app that would allow me to talk virtually with my grandpa, who passed away because I’m a grandpa’s kid.
At that time, instead of forgetting my grandfather’s existence, I felt as if I was melting into something like a circle. All things, encounters with people, they all melted into a circle, and that circle became “myself”, and I myself melted into society and history as a single “circle”. I painted this situation. I felt that the story of my grandfather and I came to the end here. I wonder if I will be able to live a new life again.
And the palette is a mirror this time. Watching myself, watching myself melt into the paint: ….And the palette is a mirror this time. Watching myself, watching myself melt into the paint: ….
This time, we all had a glass of wine and a letter from me, and the caption was taken home at the end of the session. Live painting is a co-creation of the moment, and this time I used transparent paint, so the next time you see the work, it will have changed. By emphasizing the change, I wanted to strongly emphasize the present moment.
This time, Saf Gallery, who is renting the venue for this exhibition, asked us to hold it on the spot, and we decided to jointly own it!
It can be very difficult to keep up with live painting from a cost perspective, so we are very happy to have you as an owner and support us in this way.
And thank you very much for Takizawa-san who helped us with the violin performance. It was my first time to play with stringed instruments and it was very eye-opening. – The violinist played Ravel’s Violin Sonata in G major and Grieg’s Violin Sonata No. 3. (I didn’t listen to the music until just before the performance because I wanted it to be live…)And thank you very much for Takizawa-san who helped us with the violin performance. It was my first time to play with stringed instruments and it was very eye-opening. – The violinist played Ravel’s Violin Sonata in G major and Grieg’s Violin Sonata No. 3. (I didn’t listen to the music until just before the performance because I wanted it to be live…)
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