Syn.:丸尾結子個展 -隱約地相連交疊與搖曳|1.5-2.1|白石畫廊 · 台北 忠孝空間


白石畫廊很榮幸地宣布即將於台北忠孝空間舉辦日本藝術家丸尾結子的台灣首個展。

丸尾結子出生於東京都,畢業於女子美術大學短期大學部,曾參與黏土動畫的人物設計等工作,後運用相關技法,專心於藝術創作,發表多件具獨創性、洋溢生命感的造型作品。柔和白皙、令人聯想到光澤皮膚般的曲面所構成的作品,並不只是純粹可愛,些微扭轉的幸福感,使人怦然心動又感受到安詳的氛圍。不可思議的原創風格,帶給觀者前所未有的衝擊而著迷其中。

此次個展中除了歷年的代表性作品,也將發表她的最新系列作品〈Syn.〉,並作為此次展覽名稱。Syn.是取自於同期(Synchronization)、同義(Synonym)、合成(Synthesize)的英文共同字首,亦是藝術家新系列創作手法的元素。將感覺、經驗、體驗產生的記憶,並非單純的直線排列,藉由部分交錯,層層交疊之下,產生互相關聯連鎖,在空間中勾勒出溫柔、複雜卻又令人感到震撼,彷彿生物般的嬌媚存在感。〈Syn.〉的發音也與日文的「心」、「新」、「真」、「信」相同,也是身為日本人的藝術家意識到日本文化為自己創作所下的註解。

Title|Syn. : Yuco Maruo solo exhibition -The obscure intersect and swaying connections-
Date|January 5 – February 1, 2019
Venue|Whitestone Gallery Taipei Zhongxiao: 13/F., No. 7, Sec. 4, ZhongXiao E. Road, Da’an Dist., Taipei City

Whitestone Gallery Taipei is delighted to announce the solo exhibition of Yuco Maruo at the ZhongXiao space, making the artist’s first solo presentation in Taiwan.

Yuco Maruo was born in Tokyo and graduated from Joshibi College of Art and Design. Reflecting upon her experiences in designing characters for clay animation, the artist adopts techniques for figure-making into her artistic journey that leads to the creation of peculiar and lifelike artworks. The soft-white appearance reminds us of radiant human skin. Sweet and visually lovely, the original yet inconceivable works of Yuco Maruo strike the viewers with silent ambience and absolute serenity. In addition to the representative series from the past years, this show displays “Syn.”, a new series of works, which is also the title of the exhibition. “Syn” is the common prefix of the words: synchronization, synonym and synthesize, representing the collective memory of sentiments and experiences that intertwines with non-linear layers of connection. Impacting the audience with its gentle complexity, feminine existence in figures has been shaped distinctly in the exhibition space. The sound of “Syn.” is identical to these words in Japanese: wholehearted (心), brand-new (新), authenticity (真), as well as faith (信) in which it tells the artist’s awareness of her own identity that deeply rooted in the Japanese culture.


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