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Studio - In Memory Of - Ayako Kusuzawa ‘I might be a person of importance’ It may sound odd but I always think that I do not want to act in a sort of Japanese way. It can be a way of a stereotype, a usage that has not changed... Continue reading
Posted Nov 6, 2010 at ayako's blog
Today, we can see many different kinds of contemporary art works related to memory or memento mori such as architecture, jewellery, paintings, sculpture, and ceramics. This is a completed image of freedom tower which will be built on the site of World trade centre. A image of freedom tower/ David... Continue reading
Posted Oct 25, 2010 at ayako's blog
Jill Kennedy One Minute Enlightenment 13 October- 30 October 2010 Antoinette Godkin Gallery, Auckland The gallery which I have visited is located in the bustle of the small city and the inconspicuous appearance has made me pass through the building many times. Once I stepped into the entrance, the noise... Continue reading
Posted Oct 24, 2010 at ayako's blog
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Oct 12, 2010
PEZ PEZ is the brand name of an Austrian confectionery invested by Edward Haas in 1927 and now it is known as the mechanical pocket dispensers for the same. The confectionery itself shapes up pressed, dry, straight-edged, blocks, with PEZ dispensers holding 12 PEZ pieces.  How has PEZ come to... Continue reading
Posted Oct 11, 2010 at ayako's blog
Functionalism is rooted in mid-nineteenth century England and its concept is that objects made to be used and should be simple and direct. Walter Gropius, who is a architect and strictly followed this notion founded Bauhaus, the German school of design in 1919. According to Marcus, Gropius said that “An... Continue reading
Posted Sep 21, 2010 at ayako's blog
I have picked up this Japanese ceramic artist, Yo Akiyama whose works have been introduced as sculptural abstraction of post modernism. His work is profound in its size, conception and forms, all created with the theme of disintegration in nature and how life returns to clay. This is one of... Continue reading
Posted Sep 15, 2010 at ayako's blog
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Sep 13, 2010