Catch Art

 

The blue lines covering the walls, floor, and ceiling of gallery are drawn by a huge number of Plarail’R’ rails. These toy rails, extracted from their primary function, are used as materials for drawing abstract patterns. What the rails, deverging, coming together, and intersecting, describe is what might be called a paradise, a vision of a parallel world – a multilayered, expandable space that also resembles a network diagram for a city of the future.

 

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HAYASHI Yasuhiko and NAKANO Yusuke formed an art unit together in 2001. These two artist, working in parallel along their distinct areas of specialization and different ideas, share their core Para-Model concept: poetic models and designs of paradise constructed from a wide range of elements from the outer world and from their psyches- a paradox. Making use of the parallax their separate perspectives generate and of their connectendness, they create works in variety of formats.

 

New exhibition in Australia   ↓↓↓↓↓

http://www.artspace.org.au/gallery/gallery_exhibition.php?e=103

 

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How is it ?    (・3・)/

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3 Responses to “Catch Art”

  1. shikibu Says:

    I like it! I heard the similar exhibition was held in Kawasaki City Museum last fall. Maybe the same artists : )

  2. kei Says:

    To shikibu sama

    I really like this artist!!! Now, I work at their exhibition as a volunteer worker. I am excited every day:-):-):-)

  3. kmpnote Says:

    I also went to this exhibition seeing. The exhibition had overflowed into the passage, and the invaded eerie power had been filled to the entire building.

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