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Selection from Postgraduate Students of Sculpture Course,Tama Art University : Kuga Sho Exhibition
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Published: November 08 2015

a part of exhibition work, aluminum and woolen yarn

In this project which is held every autumn, two students majoring in sculpture at master's degree course of Tama Art University are selected by the professors and each has solo exhibition in Gallery K.

The first one of this year is Kuga Sho. His method of creating forms is very unique. Firstly he knits woolen yarn with a crochet needle, and then replace it with aluminum by wax mold casting. Finally he nits together two totally different material, the aluminum molded in woolen yarn's form and the woolen yarn itself.
The heterogeneous and unusual combination of two materials makes us feel that its form is not solid or stable, but rather looks like the instant expression of the moving world. Thus he expresses his feelings of and thoughts about how the world is flowing and changing all the time giving him discomfort and skepticis .

Kuga Sho

1991 Born in Tokyo, Japan
2014 B.A., Sculpture, Tama Art University, Tokyo
Currently studying at master's degree course,Tama Art University, Tokyo, Japan

Group Shows
2015 "Prints and Sculptures, by Graduate Students of Tama Art University" Gallery Kura. Shizuoka
2014 "Look at the Sky in the Hollowness" Gallery Le Deco, Tokyo


Information Provided by: Gallery K

Period: November 9,2015 (Mon) 〜 November 21,2015 (Sat)
Hours: 11:30-19:00 (Saturday until 17:00)
Closed: Sundays
Venue: Gallery K

Last Updated on November 09 2015

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