Yokohama Triennale 2017 – Part II of II

Read Part I of II click here. The big surprise for me at this exhibition was video art. Haven’t been a big fan of it, Sometimes I’ll manage to sit through a short video, but I hadn’t been wow-ed until this show. At the Yokohama Museum of Art, Zhao Zhao’s 120min video of getting aContinue reading “Yokohama Triennale 2017 – Part II of II”

Yokohama Triennale 2017 – Part I of II

My friend Michelle Z & I agree, this year is much better than the 2014 exhibition. Much, much better! Here are the works that impressed me most, culminating in my favorite artist, who turned out to not be a part of the Yokohama Triennale! The show starts big with the work of Ai Wei WeiContinue reading “Yokohama Triennale 2017 – Part I of II”

Art Bin Participation at Yokohama Museum of Art

By appointment, I got my chance to throw my bad bit of art into Michael Landy’s Art Bin installation located inside the Yokohama Museum of Art. An interesting western idea being executed in a most Japanese way. Mentioned in an earlier post, I created a large black snowflake that turned out to look like aContinue reading “Art Bin Participation at Yokohama Museum of Art”

Good (Bad?) Enough to Bin It!

Yes! That really great idea I had that turned out to be not such a great idea is going in the Bin. More precisely, Michael Landy’s Art Bin at  Yokohama’s Museum of Art.  As mentioned in my Decluttering Art post, what cannot be reclaimed, repurposed or given away to even one’s mother to love will needContinue reading “Good (Bad?) Enough to Bin It!”

Decluttering Artwork

Nothing escapes my decluttering madness when it starts and my creative endeavors are no exception. Sometimes I’m lucky and all the materials can be fully reclaimed. Hours and hours went into the meter long wide scarf I was making from a super yummy wool/cashmere mix but in reality it just looked like a pile ofContinue reading “Decluttering Artwork”