Photo credit: Ismail Erbil
Private View: Wednesday 2nd July 6-9 p.m
Exhibition dates: 2nd July – 27th July 2014
Opening hours: Friday – Sunday 1-6 p.m
First Thursdays late opening: 3rd July, 6-9 p.m
‘Or’ is the third in a series of solo exhibitions by emerging contemporary artists at Schwartz Gallery, and Kazuya Tsuji’s first gallery solo show.
The title refers to Tsuji’s minimalist sculpture that bears the same name, ‘Or’ – an exercise in the malleable existence of objects in different spaces.
In his practice Kazuya seeks a niche for art in his everyday routine. For instance, most of his works appear to be simple juxtapositions of collected or found objects. When those objects are seen next to each other, they begin to form a certain metaphor for life. Likewise once the show finishes the objects cease to function as a piece of art and return to their original state.
This idea derives from his main concern about his practice that true beauty breathes through the gaps in mundane knowledge and it can show the miraculous, the hilarious, the grotesque and the wonderful every step of the way.
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