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Kunst

Free Forms

AIFA, Verbier

Mayu Kunihisa picks her works’ colours depending on her mood at the time she starts painting as an illustration of the importance of spontaneity in her creation process. Stemming from mathematical theories, Mayu’s work is in direct connection with her freedom of body movements and the impulsion generated by her artistic emotions. Her entire body participates in the creation’s process, resulting in a special connection between the artist and the canvas itself as if she would become one with the painting. At the time she feels the connection starts to fade, she knows the work is completed.

Kansai Noguchi ceramics are inspired by the Jomon and Mehrgarh pottery. The simplicity of shapes, the purity of lines and the limited colour palette are all characteristics of Kansai’s work. His work fuses contemporary and experimental techniques with traditions and cultural heritage. In his creation he revisits the Japanese culture in a search of balance and lightness, leaving space for self-interpretation. For some of his work, Kansai uses circles and souls in connection with the idea of “reincarnation”, a manifest reference to Japanese culture; a way to give birth or more precisely a new breath of life to concepts coming from the past.

Datum

Bis  10.2.2023   08:00 - 18:30 Uhr

Adresse

AIFA
rue de la Poste 6
1936 Verbier

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Kategorie

  • Kunst

Webcode

www.guidle.com/g2398s