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Daisuke Nagaoka:The fire that has been burning for 1000 years and the star that has gone out 8 minutes and 19 seconds ago.
Published: March 10 2014

"千年燃え続ける炎" 2014

We are pleased to announce an exhibition of new works by Daisuke Nagaoka.Born in 1973, Nagaoka has been looking at the relationship between memory and body, and working on experimental drawings that capture a moment of creation and animations of pencil drawing being fast-forwarded. His animation piece was awarded the grand prize at the 1st Sapporo Odori 500m Underground Walkway Gallery Award in 2013. In addition, he had an exhibition of the grand award-wining “New Cities” there, getting a high evaluation of him. He is also currently working on a project called “Re-constellation” that connects people through an experience of reading, and expands his media variously such as moving images and performance. Nagaoka tells that he is interested in a phenomenon succeeded intermittently by human beings’ intention, not physical one. He takes an anecdote as an example that “Immortal Light of Dharmathree large lanterns in front of the main altar have been illuminating continuously for the past 1200 years”, at Risshaku-ji where is well-known for Basho Matsuo’s poet.In this exhibition, he approaches memories that have sought after by video installations and drawings produced in the process of it. We would appreciate your coming and seeing Daisuke’s new work exhibition.

RECEPTION 2014 / 3 / 14( Fri )19:00〜21:00

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会期:2014.03.06 ( thu ) -2014.04.06 ( sun )
時間:11:00 - 19:30
closed on Monday
Last Updated on March 06 2014

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