As I mentioned in my previous post, things are starting to move as far as the Setouchi Triennale 2019 is concerned, and today I was with some people from Koebi Network and the Triennale’s organizing committee for a Tour de Shodoshima. And I mean a literal one; we went […]
I was informed that another artwork from the Setouchi Triennale 2016 was dismantled today. It’s not a surprise, but it’s always a bit sad. Today, it was the turn of Dream of Olive by Wang Wen-Chih that was located in the valley of Nakayama on Shodoshima. I still have […]
Dream of Olive by Wang Wen-Chich The amazing bamboo construction is still standing in the valley of Nakayama on Shodoshima and will stay there until the bamboo is too old (then it’ll be dismantled, and hopefully a new incarnation will show up at the end of winter […]
Mmmm… The white rabbit has stricken again. That’s the thing, it’s hard to spend most of your free time attending the Setouchi Triennale and to blog about it at the same time. Add to that a new job (that I love) and a new schedule to adjust to, and […]
Light of Shodoshima (小豆島の光) by Taiwanese artist Wen-Chih Wang was one of the most impressive artworks from the Setouchi Triennale 2013. I’m using the past tense, because unfortunately, it was dismantled last month. What made it so special is also what prevented it from being a permanent fixture of […]
Back on Shōdoshima, there was this artwork called Lightening Shōdoshima (小豆島を輝かせる) that was composed of several projects and pieces spread over the villages of Hitoyama and Nakayama. Those projects were lead by Sense Art Studio, an artist group coming from Hong Kong. Here are their page (that has a great […]
Located on Shōdoshima, almost in the middle of nowhere, on the side of a path between Hitoyama and Nakayama, What Links the Sea (海を繋ぐもの), by Yoshihiko Tanji (丹治 嘉彦), is an artwork that leaves me wondering.
We spent October 20 on “Small Bean Island“, in other words, Shōdoshima. I had already visited the place about one and a half year ago and despite the fact that I had been relatively disappointed (but it mostly came from the fact that we ended up on a guided tour […]