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    gSuisai (Water +Color)h

    The various forms of winding rivers and drifting clouds, or the different shapes of shellfish, mushrooms, our internal organs and so on... I often find them out in the patterns which milk makes just after pitched in the cup of coffee.
    When I read the book Sensitive Chaos written by Theodor Schwenk, a German hydrodynamicist, I was strongly impressed by it, and at the same time I was very much surprised to realize the mystic formative power of water. A lot of pictures I saw in the book have enabled me to listen to the strong and beautiful rhythms water creates.


    My former works g The Maps for A Day h were produced by means of Collagraph (a kind of printmaking), to which I added my own original images and colors. This method helped me to draw glinesh on printed paper, but on the other hand I gradually came to a deadlock when I tried to draw on white paper. I was somewhat puzzled, but after I read the book repeatedly, I came to feel the lines water forms are very beautiful and I began to feel like drawing just as naturally as water creates a variety of forms. My motivation has been recovered and Ifve come to draw on white sheets.


    The title for the exhibition gSuisaih is meant for the situation in which a lot of colors are dancing to the rhythms of water.


    I often bring into my works the images of humans, animals, wild flowers and plants and so on. Therefore, the viewers may think my works represent some scenes of a story, but that is not so. If there existed in this world a storyteller of it, he or she would say, g I donft know why and how this happened, but surely time will tell.h


    ŠâèŽjŽ}@Fumie Iwasaki
    (translation : Takuma Yoshikura, Director)

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