Introducing contemporary artist Yasuhide Kunimoto .
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1. Profile introduction
Author name: Yasuhide Kunimoto
How accurately do you remember what you have seen in your past experiences?
When I drew the picture, the answer to that question became clear. By not being able to reproduce "what I have seen" = "visual images," I realized how roughly I perceive things and how I live in a shaky world where I have decided that it is "memory". I recognized it. The more you rely on your vision, the less reliable your memory will be.
In the same way, we have no choice but to face people as a wavering landscape that cannot be reproduced.
I ``memory'' the face of a classmate I haven't seen in many years, or the image of the horizontal snail I saw on TV yesterday, in the same way.
2. Work introduction
3. Recommended points
This work has a silhouette of a person in a pale painting. Since it is a simple piece, I think it would be perfect for a room where white is precious, or a room with a natural wood tone! I think it's a simple work that leaves an impact, so please check it out!
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