Navigation & Trajectory

10:00am-6:00pm, October 24 — December 13, 2015/ admission free

The creation of art, which originates within an artist and is profoundly linked to human existence, can be interpreted as humanity’s act to leave its mark on the world. Art may emerge from the union of experiences and lengthy periods of trial and error, or it may spring from an innovative series of activities as a movement. But regardless of its intended purpose, art cannot be dogmatized as an isolated end product. Rather, similar to humanity’s continually changing existence, the creative process is just that: an ongoing process in which the thought and action that go into art are inextricably linked to any subsequent possibilities.

Under the title of Navigation & Trajectory, we invite artists who attempt to unite past time and space with the present to build value for the future. We will think about lasting forms of expression by way of expression.


KAMO Akira


KAMO Akira Born in 1982 in Tokyo, Japan. Graduated from Tokyo National University of Fine Art and Music (Oil Painting). Kamo thinks "painting" as a synonym for "surviving", and produces paintings melding images and events that present relatively "an individual" and "Society".

2015 "VOCA The Vision of Contemporary Art 2015", The Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo Japan.
2014 "Wall Art Festival 2014", Ashram School Ganjad, India.
2014 "Tsushima Art Fantasia 2014", Former Iizuka Store, Nagasaki, Japan.

To Me the World Is New and Beautiful, Oil on canvas, 2015. まなざしを手向ける, oil on canvas, 2014.

KIMURA Mitsunori


Born in 1983 in Shizuoka, Japan. Graduated from Nagoya Zokei Graduate School of Art & Design, Japan. The sculptures in the motif of small animals or creatures are produced by oil painting to get ambiguity and changeability, and ask a question of the life and the distance between oneself and others to the viewer.

2014 "Above the horizon", KENJI TAKI GALLERY Nagoya, Aichi, Japan.
2014 "Minimal Contrasts - Mitsunori Kimura & Tan RuYi", SENSUS -- Luoghi per l’Arte Contemporanea, Florence, Italy.
2013 "3rd Exhibition Against Dependent Sculpture", Art Space 1, Painting Building, Tokyo University of the Arts, Tokyo, Japan.

The dog is sleeping (Jindo dog), Oil paints on board, 2013.
Photo: Ru Yi TAN

The bird's blind spot, Color on camphor wood, screw, magnet, 2014.
Photo: Ru Yi TAN

LO Yi Chun

Yi-Chun LO Portrait (2)

Born in 1985 in Taiwan. Graduated from National Taiwan University of Arts, Taiwan. Lo is creating artworks with concerning with how highly people regard the status of the urbanized environment that humans have created, and the looming crisis of reduced farmland. Recently, from the interest of the international banana trading, Lo is using banana peels as a medium to create installations.

2014 "Banana Justice -- The Dramas of Global Trades and Riots", Contemporary Arts International, USA.
2013 "芭娜娜・バナナ・Saping", BankART Studio NYK, Kanagawa, Japan.
2009 "Bolero Paradise -- The Representation of Memory", Paipu Music & Art Centre, Taipei, Taiwan.

Banana Justice -- The Drama of Global Trades and Riots, dried banana peels, 2015.

The Projection for the new land, reeds, recycled wood sticks, cable, 2013.


PORTRAIT (704x1024)

Born in 1984 in Switzerland. Graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. Using discourses of ethnography and practices of the archive in an altered way, it leads to the creation of site-specific installations that aim to challenge historical, ethnographic and scientific narratives in proposing new systems of exchange and modes of interpretation.

2015 "SOLO SHOW", Chabah Yelmani Gallery, Brussel, Belgium.
2015 "Hurts so Good", SNETHA Gallery, Athens, Greece.
2015 "My Brother is a green parrot." (Graduates Residency Exhibition), Victoria & Albert Museum, London, UK.

But are those fruits ever picked-up?, video and mixed-media installation, 2015.

My Brother is a green parrot, video and mixed-media installation, 2015.


Organized by Aomori Contemporary Art Centre (ACAC), Aomori Public University.
Sponsored by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan, in Fiscal Year 2015.