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On view at Museum Tinguely is “Taro Izumi. ex,” an exhibition that invites visitors to immerse themselves in the quirky, mischief-filled world of Japanese artist Taro Izumi.
September 2, 2020 - November 15, 2020
On view at Museum Tinguely is “Taro Izumi. ex,” an exhibition that invites visitors to immerse themselves in the quirky, mischief-filled world of Japanese artist Taro Izumi. The exhibition rests on the artist’s observations of our lifestyles, social interactions, and relations with nature and animals. “Taro Izumi. ex” unfolds an organic ecosystem combining sculpture, installation, performance, video and sometimes even the architectural surroundings themselves. Likewise, materials—such as wood, textiles, plants, and household objects— are brought together in structures that might appear chaotic but are actually carefully designed and assembled. The exhibition features works that Izumi created specifically for the museum’s spaces that reflect on the cultural and societal upheavals caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. The artist conceived every piece in the exhibition as if it were part of a living organism that breathes, vibrates, and moves, and tells us about absence, emptiness, virtual presence, and places that have become inaccessible.
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