by MIZUSHIMA Nanae
“Sato-chan, it’s about time to finish.” The time when HIMENO Satoru puts down his beloved bamboo pen is the time when the teacher of his painting class loses his concentration.
He wakes up at 5am. After he has coffee with plenty of sugar, he is ready for the day.
Her dance is boundless and sharp. Her movements touches the people around her.
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.
At atelier, he solemnly draws by himself in the corner of the workshop.
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.