EIKO
ISHIZAWA




The Distances between diverse Aspects of Art; Myself, Theme, Creative process, the Work


Installation/ mixed media
180x180x187cm
2012

At first glance, the work looks like a sculpture that consisting with a statue of a Centaurs and a cube box covered with blue plastic sheet. There, audience will find the hidden entrance on this cube, which draw them to step inside, a fictive studio, in which actually displays the objects, drawings, collages of themes, materials, and thoughts that are accumulated during the process of this work. It is like a wonder kammer that questions what is the art work and where the artwork starts and ends, "what about the time I spent, does it icludes to be called Art?". All the works in side of the cube is related with themes around three characters; a cowboy, Napoleon, Robinson Crusoe.

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