Moku-Renma´╝ŁKigumi & En-series 2019

[3 series-3=kigumi] Since 2012/07 I have been working on a big sculpture called Land Art which has been spent for 7 years. Standing trees and thinned wood (hinoki and cedar) growing in a satoyama (a small mountain near a private house) are dynamically calculated and composed and combined. My method of production starts with the logging of the logs that grow in the places where the works are set up, and also maintains the surroundings like a park. It continues to evolve day by day as the plants proliferate and grow. The essence of my art is the expression of the relationship between things called auspiciousness (a connection between nature and man-made), and my goal is to complete a simple, shocking and dynamic art. And I hope that the whole mountain, which is about 30,000 square meters, will be turned into a work, and it will look like a forest art museum.Visitors who wish to enjoy peace, quiet, and peace through their work and unity, regardless of ethnicity or nationality.

[3 series-1=en] 2012

[3 series-1=en] Since 2012/07 I have been working on a big sculpture called Land Art which has been spent for 7 years. Standing trees and thinned wood (hinoki and cedar) growing in a satoyama (a small mountain near a private house) are dynamically calculated and composed and combined. My method of production starts with the logging of the logs that grow in the places where the works are set up, and also maintains the surroundings like a park. It continues to evolve day by day as the plants proliferate and grow. The essence of my art is the expression of the relationship between things called auspiciousness (a connection between nature and man-made), and my goal is to complete a simple, shocking and dynamic art. And I hope that the whole mountain, which is about 30,000 square meters, will be turned into a work, and it will look like a forest art museum.Visitors who wish to enjoy peace, quiet, and peace through their work and unity, regardless of ethnicity or nationality.

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yoshitada ihara

Japan

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Born in a traditional art flower arrangement.
After acquiring a master’s license, he trains in stage art at OSK at the age of 17. Afterwards, he became a Buddhist monk and trained in search of the roots of his art, but later returned to become a new style artist. After receiving a special award at the 57th Nikakai Exhibition, he tried performance by combining flower arrangements´╝ł(Former member of the Japan Ikebana Arts Association) with western sculptures and made public ecology sculptures using moss plants, while also working on a number of public sculptures, mainly stone. Since July 2012, he has been focusing on creating land art using growing trees for the entire 30,000 m2 satoyama (mountain forest adjacent to private houses). Last year, he received an honorary award from the Circle Art Foundation in France.

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