Nohara Marie Exhibition "Buried Images, Recomposed Scenery"
A 9m wide x 3m high painting made with about 220 panels combined on the motif of her drawing and stone patterns will be exhibited. Open production will be conducted during the exhibition period and the work will gradually change. Please enjoy how it will change.
Nov. 14 (Sat.) — Dec. 20 (Sun.), 2020, 10:00 – 18:00
Received her M.F.A. from Graduate School of Arts, Kyoto City University of Arts. With an interest in the rather ‘ambiguous’ creative process of paintings, Nohara creates works by using self-made tools such as rulers and paper patterns. She has taken part in multiple workshops in various parts of Japan, and has also worked on collaborative works. By interacting with others and incorporating this into her works, she explores new possibilities of paintings. Her recent exhibitions include “Organized confusion” (gallery TOWD , Tokyo, Japan, 2020), “Asuka Art Village 2019 Round Trip” (Nara Prefecture Complex of Man’yo Culture observation lobby , Nara, Japan, 2019).