• Noda Jasmine Solo Exhibition “Sinking into the Lake”

    2020-07-28 18:00

    Jasmine Noda, an artist also active in digmeout/DMOARTS, will hold her solo exhibition "Sinking into the Lake" at KITAHAMA N gallery, the basement gallery of THE BOLY OSAKA hotel in Kitahama. In this exhibition, she has arranged a large number of instrumental works resembling water lily buds in a grid pattern in a dimly lit subterranean space, and together with images of flickering mental landscapes, she has created an installation work that depicts the "nowhere place" between "hope" and "anxiety" that she feels in her current emotional state and her relationship with society. He has developed his installation work as a work of art. Through the series, the works of artifacts, which are craft objects that retain their original purpose, become part of the installation space, crossing the boundaries between craft and art and questioning the viewer as to where the original values of craft lie.

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    [Artist Profile]
    Noda Jasmine
    Born in 1996 in Thailand. He mainly produces ceramic works and installations using them. In his "Swan of Memory" series, which he has been showing since 2018, he uses the motif of a lotus pond that extends all the way to the horizon, which actually exists in his native country of Thailand, where he has his roots of expression, as a memory landscape. Using this as a motif, the artist subdivides the diffuse diversity of the field of crafts and reconstructs it into a neutral existence. His main exhibitions include participation in ARTISTS' FAIR KYOTO 2020, and he is based in the Kansai region.

    [Exhibition Outline]
    Session:2020/7/10(Fri)-7/23(Thu) ※Closed on Mondays
    Time:Weekdays 3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. Weekends 1:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
    Venue:KITAHAMA N gallery
    B1F, 2-1-16 Kitahama, Chuo-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka
    Access:Osaka Municipal Subway Midosuji Line Yodoyabashi station 5 min. walk
    3-minute walk from Kitahama Station on the Osaka Municipal Subway Sakaisuji Line
    3 minutes walk from Naniwabashi station on Keihan Nakanoshima Line
    Admission: Free

    *Countermeasures against the new coronavirus
    We will set up disinfection at the entrance of the venue and ensure that staff members wear masks.
    Please be sure to wear a mask for all visitors.
    Please note that admission may be restricted during busy times.

    Planning cooperation:THE BOLY OSAKA