creativity and the environment
 
creativity and the environment
jul 24, 2009

creativity and the environment

there is an exhibition: ‘is it waste? – art drifting over borders. waste floating in society’  global environment information center (GEIC), tokyo july 28th to august 6th, 2009

‘echoes – infinity’ by ohmaki shinji, 2005 pigments, felt, nonflammable cloth, fluorescent lights, acrylic cases image courtesy of ohmaki shinji

how can art be a means of environmental activism? tokyo wonder site investigates the possibilities of using rejected materials and drift rubbish as an avenue for creative exploration through a series of lectures by artistic environmentalists. panelists include fuji hiroshi, ohmaki shinji and yodogawa technique whose work will also be featured in an exhibition ‘is it waste? – art drifting over borders. waste floating in society’ held at the global environment information center (GEIC) in tokyo.

creativity and the environment pigments, felt, nonflammable cloth, fluorescent lights, acrylic cases are arranged on a gallery floor in a carpet pattern image courtesy of ohmaki shinji

creativity and the environment ‘chinu – the black sea bream of osaka bay’ by yodogawa technique, 2007 mixed media image courtesy of yukari art contemporarycreativity and the environment ‘happy flower’ by hiroshi fuji, 2007 stuffed and plastic toys image courtesy of escdotdot / edward sanderson

  • the “reused medium” is here! Environmentalism or just common sense. Our world is full of used material to create new art.

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  • i bet you bought the things on the wall.

    al pal
  • what a nice fish, it’s not new, but sometimes it’s really top!

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