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Past Exhibition

Yusuke Asai, Enrico Isamu Ōyama, Goro Murayama “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits”

19 October - 1 December, 2013

Venue : TSCA Kashiwa

  • “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits” installation view at TSCA(Kashiwa), 2013, photo by Kei Okano

  • “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits” installation view at TSCA(Kashiwa), 2013, photo by Kei Okano

  • “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits” installation view at TSCA(Kashiwa), 2013, photo by Kei Okano

  • “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits” installation view at TSCA(Kashiwa), 2013, photo by Kei Okano

  • “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits” installation view at TSCA(Kashiwa), 2013, photo by Kei Okano

  • “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits” installation view at TSCA(Kashiwa), 2013, photo by Kei Okano

  • “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits” installation view at TSCA(Kashiwa), 2013, photo by Kei Okano

  • “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits” installation view at TSCA(Kashiwa), 2013, photo by Kei Okano

  • “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits” installation view at TSCA(Kashiwa), 2013, photo by Kei Okano

  • “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits” installation view at TSCA(Kashiwa), 2013, photo by Kei Okano

  • “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits” installation view at TSCA(Kashiwa), 2013, photo by Kei Okano

  • Goro Murayama “学習的ドリフト -ドローイング(モノクローム)”, 2013, Acrylic on Wooden Panel, Photo by Kei Okano (c) Goro Murayama, Courtesy of Artist and AISHO MIURA ARTS

  • Goro Murayama “多層生成するマトリクス(黄、緑、紫)”, 2013, 150cm×150cm, Glue and Acrylic on woven hemp string, Photo by Kei Okano (c) Goro Murayama, Courtesy of Artist and AISHO MIURA ARTS

  • “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits” installation view at TSCA(Kashiwa), 2013, photo by Kei Okano

  • Yusuke Asai “untitled”, 2013, 129cm×268cm, Photo by Kei Okano (c) Yusuke Asai, Courtesy of Artist and ARATANIURANO

  • Ōyama Enrico Isamu Letter “FFIGURATI #31”, 2013, 180cm×140cm, Aerosol and Chinese Ink on Canvas, Photo by Kei Okano (c) Ōyama Enrico Isamu Letter, Courtesy of Artist and Takuro Someya Contemporary Art

  • Ōyama Enrico Isamu Letter “FFIGURATI #57”, 2013, 200cm×134cm, Aerosol, House Paint, Chinese Ink, Graphite and Marker Pen on Canvas, Photo by Kei Okano (c) Ōyama Enrico Isamu Letter, Courtesy of Artist and Takuro Someya Contemporary Art

  • Yusuke Asai “ファイヤーツリー / 長崎市立図書館”, 2013, 190.7×158cm, Photo by Kei Okano (c) Yusuke Asai, Courtesy of Artist and ARATANIURANO

  • Ōyama Enrico Isamu Letter “FFIGURATI #53”, 2013, 33.9cm×26.4cm, Lacquer-Based House Paint and Mechanical Pencil on Framed Paper Purchased at Thrift Shop in New York, Photo by Kei Okano (c) Ōyama Enrico Isamu Letter, Courtesy of Artist and Takuro Someya Contemporary Art


TSCA is pleased to present “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits”, a group exhibition curated by 3 artists, Yusuke Asai, Enrico Isamu Ōyama and Goro Murayama from October 19 to December 1. The exhibition starts from Murayama’s research and will focus on self systematic development which shared homologous with mutual pictorial expression.

“Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits”
Dates: October 19 – December 1, 2013
Reception for the artist: Saturday, October 19, 18:00 – 20:00
Artist talk: Sunday, October 20, 18:00 – 20:00
Venue: Takuro Someya Contemporary Art, Kashiwa
TSCA 3-3 Wakaba-cho, Kashiwa-shi, Chiba, Japan
Open: 11:00 – 18:00 Thursday – Sunday, National holiday Closed on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Grant from: TEKISUIKEN CULTURAL FOUNDATION
Support: ART LINE KASHIWA ORGANIZING COMMITTEE, ISLAND JAPAN CO., Ltd (ISLAND ATRIUM), TRNK (TATSUHIKO YAMAGUCHI), YAMAZAWA ZAIMOKU CORPORATION
The exhibition, is organized in cooperation with the following galleries.
AISHO MIURA ARTS, ARATANIURANO

[Artists]
Yusuke Asai, Enrico Isamu Ōyama, Goro Murayama

[Artists statement]
Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits
How do the human activities of mind and form, of city and society, come into being? Are they given shape from something else, with blueprints prepared in advance? What if we instead suppose that they have an auto-systematic property that generates information and patterns according to their own autonomous configuration and process? Take for instance the way that communication networks naturally form through the likes of social networking services, or even the process through which street art perpetually innovates the urban landscape. We can find this type of auto-systematic genesis within every human activity.
Painters, too, are involved in a network of auto-inspiration that yields new elements, stimulated by the colors, shapes, and tactile sensations that they themselves bring into being as they create the world of their art. The artists in this exhibition in particular – Yusuke Arai, Enrico Isamu Ōyama, and Goro Murayama – develop their visuals by proactively implementing such processes of genesis in the creation of their art. In this exhibition, we hope to draw attention to this pictorial expression of genesis.
Asai, Ōyama, and Murayama each come from different backgrounds. The way each creates units via motifs, strokes, and the act of “drawing”, repeating discontinuously from one to the next, along with the constant proliferation of the patterns that produce these units, can be translated as the common term that characterizes all three. Especially in light of the sustained “temporal” aspect of these works, we must regard the efforts of these three artists as a manifestation of a more fundamental formative movement that goes beyond the realm of mere visual art. Let us call this a “Generating Visuals -Inspiring Circuits ”: this includes the family of images and divergent drawings that flow forth from Asai; the patterns extracted from the visual language of graffiti and the variations thereof, which Ōyama has termed “Quick Turn Structure”; and the organic artwork formed from the interplay between the woven canvases and bundled strokes of Murayama. All of these come about as unsupported, unique and intrinsic formative expressions. They are part of a movement, generating a visual language one could call the “nature of the painter” according to the chain production of morphology and perpetual self-inspiration.

 

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