CLINIC BLUE - I AM SO FOXED
Scale - 2m × 1m
Acrylic ob small canvases, stitched with straws
The Wall Painting from the performance
- Broken map :Fox Rain 狐雨
Scale of painting 3m × 5m
Painted on the wall
Material : Collected materials - Rainwater, dusts, wall dusts, wood dusts, baby powder from performers face, given pigment (blue) and Japanese Black ink.
Tree Linked Abstract paintings (Byobu) 空舞
Scale of painting 3m × 1m
Painted on canvas
Material : Acryl Paints, Japanese Ink
Performative Abstract Painting 雲黙
Scale of painting - Changeable
Painted on canvas
Materials : Acryl Paints, Collected wood powder
Acrylic painting on canvas
Scale 1m × 1m
Acrylic painting on Fabric
This fabric was washed after it is been painted.
Scale 3m × 2.5m
My Dream, Desire and Struggle - 影ヲ追ウ (2)
Collaged on wood panels with rocks, string, dried flowers, old paintings and water.
Left outdoor for the finish.
to the blue confusion - 青之溷濁
Acrylic Painting on canvas
Scale 1m × 45cm
My Dream, Desire and Struggle - 影ヲ追ウ
Water colors on Japanese Washi paper
Scale 15cm × 15cm
Acrylic painting on 3 canvases
Scale - 20cm × 30cm
Facing Each 合手一絵
Scale of painting - 3m × 5m
Painted on the studio wall - this piece was erased off from the wall in the end of the course.
Materials - Acrylic Paints
within the painting process, this wall painting became a friendly object as anyone could touch, scratch or put anything on top of it. I asked some of my classmates to hand print on the wall by choosing any colour that represents their sadness and fear.
Other than what I saw on the wall, it was more of an experience of having a painting as an object that can be touched. One way of sharing.
Painting became more precious and lovable after it is been marked by people and it became more like a celebration object.
Handprints represented the characteristics of the person well.
When I started my art practice, I questioned the colour 'Blue' as it meant something indescribable in my entire practice. Reflecting on my childhood, 'Blue' - was the first colour that I have seen in the art world which represents sadness, struggle, and control.