As if he was playing a piece of music, his artwork is full of expression.
Ryunosuke documents memories stored in his iPod touch such as portraits of friends and family or little everyday things through his drawings
The scissors he uses for his free-hand cutting are like a magic pen to create his artwork.
He cuts with scissors like playing an instrument, and engages with the paper rhythmically.
To draw because he wants to be “recognized”. His drawings also embody a primitive feeling within.
Perhaps, the delicate but strong strokes are a projection of her vibrant feelings for love.
Her dance is boundless and sharp. Her movements touches the people around her.
The term “outsider art” has been discussed in many different ways. What was the background to his invention of the term?
What is the essence of diversity that we need to address? They discuss the important topic of diversity.
About 50 years ago from today, the passion of a painter changed the fate of a welfare facility.
A musician, Hasunuma talks about the work of Wölfli who also considered himself a composer.
At atelier, he solemnly draws by himself in the corner of the workshop.
Standing at the Border of Art
“What is art?” We call on those who stand at the border of art.
A drawing that one member created with pencil. Doing what they wanted, how they wanted.
One disposable chopstick, a pot of India ink, a sheet of blank white drawing paper. In a space just for him, with his favorite music playing in the background.