Project for Sea-Light in Takamatsu 2013

 

One of the events of the Setouchi Triennale‘s summer session is, just like three years ago, the Project for Sea-Light in Takamatsu, those large paper lamps/sculptures created by local schools and organisations under the supervision of Noboru Tsubaki and the Kyoto University of Art and Design.

Here are most of them on Saturday night, when they were all together at the Sunport for their inauguration as part of the opening festivities and ceremonies. Since then, they’ve spread out all over downtown, I’m not exactly sure where yet, but I’m sure I’ll run into them sooner or later.

 

Project for Sea-Light in Takamatsu 2013 - 1

 

Project for Sea-Light in Takamatsu 2013 - 2

 

Project for Sea-Light in Takamatsu 2013 - 3

 

Project for Sea-Light in Takamatsu 2013 - 4

 

Project for Sea-Light in Takamatsu 2013 - 5

 

Project for Sea-Light in Takamatsu 2013 - 6

 

Project for Sea-Light in Takamatsu 2013 - 7

 

Project for Sea-Light in Takamatsu 2013 - 8

 

I have to admit that I find them a little less interesting than three years ago – although I really love the “cube pile” – but who knows, maybe they look better in the streets, especially far from each other.

 

 

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