Art Crossing 1st Issue: A Feature on Ichi Ikeda & Waters (日本語) ペーパーバック – 2017/1/1
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This book" Art Crossing" is the first issue.What is the basic idea of Art Crossing?
Since 1980, the word "Postmodern" has been used extensively in various fields, and it indicated "Relativization of value" and "End of a big story" in the unstable and fluid society. A few decades have passed since then, and it seems like Postmodern has already been fully consumed, but our society still seems unstable and fluid. However, thinking about it calmly, I would like to ask if the society has ever been stable. In the first place, art, nature and humans are both fluid and uncertain. Therefore, if we wish for open society and open art, we may have no other option but to focus on the world of dynamic impermanence, rather than wishing for static coexistence with the nature and the world.
The 1st Issue"Art Crossing" featured Ichi Ikeda. Ichi Ikeda is generally said to be an Earth Artist, but has developed a worldwide art project on the global environment and water and gained a high reputation both nationally and internationally. Especially in the 21st Bienal Internacional de Artes de São Paulo in 1991, he, as a special invited artist, became the first Japanese to be in charge of the main stage (For your information, the person who was in charge of the main stage of the previous year was Joseph Beuys). In 1995, he was selected as "the world's 12 artists," for the 50th anniversary art calendar of the United Nations. In May 2008, he was selected as a representative of the East / Southeast Asia and Oceania area at the environment seminar held at the United Nations headquarters in New York, and made a proposal from Earth Art.
Authors: Ichi Ikeda, Tetsuya Miyata, Koji Kawai, Junko Imamura, Akira Aida, Lali Luleroh, Toshiaki komori, Megumi Saito, Seiko Kitayama, Masafumi Oda, Takeo Suetomi