Tagged: Shodoshima

Tour de Shodoshima

  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...

Yashima, Aji and Shodoshima

    This is a view (one of the many) of the Seto Inland Sea that I’m quite fond of. It was taken from Yashima (that you can see on the foreground), and features Aji (formerly a village on its own, nowadays, the north-east-most part...

Farewell Dream of Olive

  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...

Dream of Olive on Shodoshima

    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...

Beyond the Border – Tide

  This week, one of the most moving artworks of the Setouchi Triennale 2016 was dismantled, and it made me really sad. Sure, it never was meant to be permanent, it’s somewhat short lifespan was actually part of the whole point, but I don’t know,...