The technique of this work is unique in that it involves kneading clay and paint, fixing it to the panel, and then scraping the surface. You can see the grid and rectangle from the work. This can be described as a fusion of analog and digital. The details of digital information are decisive and a series of disconnections, which can be called the male principle. On the other hand, the details of analog information are made of the feminine principle, which is permanent and all-encompassing. Harmonizing the two is the theme of my expression.
Bio BORN IN 1982 IN HIRATSUKA-SHI, KANAGAWA-KEN, JAPAN LIVES AND WORKS IN HADANO-SHI, JAPAN EDUCATION •Sokei Academy of Fine Arts, 2004 Associate degree •Musashino Art University, 2009 Bachelor of Fine Arts RESIDENCIES •2012 Point B work lodge, NY, United States SOLO EXHIBITIONS •2020'21 Hamu Isen Solo Exhibition, art gallery ? Legion,Tokyo,Japan •2013'14'15'17 Hamu Isen Solo Exhibition, AI Gallery,Tokyo,Japan GROUP EXHIBITIONS •2018 Constellation, NERIMA ART MUSEUM, Tokyo, Japan •2017 The Simulation Art of Disconnection, TOKYO METROPOLITAN ART MUSEUM, Tokyo, Japan