[trans×form]July 27, the exhibition opening!
The exhibition “trans×form” started! The weather had been changing a lot in the same day, sunny, cloudy, rainy and sunny again. The artists are showing their new pieces have been producing in ACAC. The work will be upgraded after couple of weeks. Please come and see the exhibition as many times as possible.
All the participating artists had explained about their works and production process in front of their own works.
Worapong Manupipatpong. He has produced his works as the responding to ACAC’s environment. He installed his works not only in the gallery but at the outside.
He also scattered 10 small pieces around ACAC.
Yagi Lyota. Timer is the work listening the sound of sand clock. Using“ focus” as a keyword, the ACAC presents works which appeal directly to the physical senses, not only to sight but also to hearing and touch.
【trans×form】Work in progress
4 artists production is in progress.
The exhibition “trans×form” will open soon!
【trans x form】July 19, work in progress
Iwasaki Takahiro has been in Taiwan from July 17 to July 20 to install his work for an art project. Yagi lyota is in kyoto until July 21 for the lecture in the university. So now only foreign artists are working in ACAC. Ton’s partner Ada had arrived at Aomori from Bangkok 3 days ago. She is assisting Ton’s production.
The person in the middle is Ada.
We still have 1 week until the exhibition opening.
The member of Art Club at Aomori Public University is growing the vegetable at the same place as “Field of Music” by NOMURA Makoto last AIR/Summer.
The vegetables are now time to harvest, so they have harvest party with the artists at residence hall.
Manisha, Ton, Shiho(Iwasaki’s wife) also cooked, and there was full of foods.
【trans x form】 small works
The AIR enters crucial stages for producing artworks.
Somehow small works appear.
Would Artist dwarfs come out to help artists in the midnight?
【trans x form】production in the WS studio
Iwasaki has taken his wife to Aomori as the special assistant. They have been working so hard from morning to late at night everyday. ACAC’s volunteer members are also help Iwasaki’s production.
This is Ms. Manisha Parekh. The silence and the rich nature of Aomori are very fascinating for her, because she is based in the big and clowded city New Delhi. She is producing new work using the materials what she has found around ACAC.
We still have 3 weeks until the opening of the exhibition!