“shiseido art egg 13” Exhibition-Kiyono Kobayashi-
In 2006, the Gallery started “shiseido art egg,” an open program that aims at supporting the discovery and creation of new values by fresh, rising artists. Selected artists are provided the opportunity to organize their exhibitions in collaboration with curators, similar to normal exhibitions held at the Shiseido Gallery.
Kobayashi is interested in words written or spoken by human beings, and presents artworks that question the relationships between individuals and society. Based on letters written by women who had just graduated from girls’ school during the war in 1945, she constructs a sound installation that combines the voices of multiple people who read the letters aloud. The effects of speech recall the lives of people from the past.
1982: Born in Ehime Prefecture
2005: Graduated from Cinema Department, Nihon University College of Art
Currently lives in Tokyo
2017:Participated in Nakanojo Biennale 2017
2018:Participated in TERATOTERA Festival 2018; theme: “Walls that separate us”
- DATES & TIMES
August 2 (Fri) — August 25 (Sun), 2019
- ADMISSION FEE
- Shiseido Gallery
- Tokyo Ginza Shiseido Building, basement floor, 8-8-3 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo., 104-0061
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