Imaginary


MARUEIDO JAPAN (Tokyo, October 2021)
Which is more beautiful or ugly, red or blue? This is something we can’t decide. Or the hierarchy between East and West and between mind and matter, and also their strengths, these things cannot be compared in concrete terms. Things that at first glance appear to be opposites actually have a connection, or may not be grasped by one sided aspects alone. “To see it, is to close your eyes.” These are the words of Wols written by Mr. Mimura of M-gallery at the end of my second collection of art. The oneness that is reflected in the eyes of many is not always real or correctIn order to capture what can be called “beautiful things" or “boring things", the ability to close one’s eyes and imagine is essential. I believe that in order to see a scene beyond an image or preconception, including the past, the background, and its cause and effect, unexpected uncertainty in a different place is rather important.








Photo : KATO Ken



manifold A
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
1305×807mm
Private Collection


manifold B
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
666×655mm
Private Collection



manifold C
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
671×660mm


manifold D
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
2275×1460mm

manifold E
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
1947×975mm
Private Collection


manifold F
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
2595×1940mm


cell division 3 A
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
276×191mm
Private Collection

cell division 3 B
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
276×191mm
Private Collection


cell division 3 C
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
276×191mm
Private Collection


cell division 3 D
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
276×191mm
Private Collection

cell division 3 E
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
276×191mm
Private Collection


cell division 3 F
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
276×191mm
Private Collection



sense 6
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
184×182mm
Private Collection


sense 5
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
184×182mm
Private Collection


sense 4
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
184×182mm
Private Collection

sense 3
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
182×101mm
Private Collection

sense 2
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
182×101mm
Private Collection

sense 1
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
182×101mm
Private Collection

多面体 41 (TAMENTAI 41)
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
553×435mm


多面体 42 (TAMENTAI 42)
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
551×551mm

多面体 43 (TAMENTAI 43)
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
375×558mm
Private Collection


多面体 44 (TAMENTAI 44)
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
576×556mm
Private Collection



see
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
611×411mm

say
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
610×411mm

hear
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
608×411mm
Private Collection



恵林寺 (ERINJI)
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
730×608mm



養源院 (YOUGENIN)
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
653×530mm


知恩院 (CHIONIN)
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
807×727mm
智積院 (CHISHAKUIN)
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
911×608mm


法然院 (HOUNENIN)
2021 Acrylic and Carborundum on cotton
910×607mm



Mark
© 2021 Mitsumasa Kadota