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小松冴果(Saeka Komatsu)

小松冴果

Saeka Komatsu

Japan

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I studied design at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, but I was interested in creating artworks, so I studied at the graduate school. joined the drawing and decoration laboratory in the same design department, where she was working on paintings.I have been exhibiting my works in reli...
I studied design at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, but I was interested in creating artworks, so I studied at the graduate school. joined the drawing and decoration laboratory in the same design department, where she was working on paintings.
I have been exhibiting my works in relief, mainly portraits, but she also studied in Stuttgart, Germany on an exchange program. I started to produce three-dimensional works of art with ceramics on the occasion. After returning to Japan, she continues to produce mainly ceramic sculptures. Influenced by a contemporary dance performance she saw in Germany and the nature she came into contact with on a trip to Switzerland, she started to make sculptures. The main focus of my work is on the theme of anthropomorphic nature. Just as there are eight million gods in Japan, there are gods in everything in the world, and I have been making work that looks like they are "there" watching over us. , now a little bit of a cute, childlike character.

Biography

1984 Born in Tokyo, Japan. 2012 Completed the Drawing and Decoration Laboratory at the Tokyo University of the Arts. He had been producing relief works, but in 2010, he went to Stuttgart, Germany for an exchange program and started producing three-dimensional works in ceramic. Received the Shinsei P...
1984 Born in Tokyo, Japan. 2012 Completed the Drawing and Decoration Laboratory at the Tokyo University of the Arts. He had been producing relief works, but in 2010, he went to Stuttgart, Germany for an exchange program and started producing three-dimensional works in ceramic. Received the Shinsei Prize and the Taito Ward Mayor's Encouragement Prize. Has held solo and group exhibitions throughout Japan.