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Farewell by Kasuki Yasuo 1958

I went to the No Museum! No Life! exhibition at the National Museum of Modern Art which was quite interesting.  All about how an exhibition is put together ie behind the scenes.

There was a video about 2 Japanese guys moving empty cardboard boxes from one place to another.  At first I was how banal it was then I couldn’t stop laughing.  The absurdity and futility of menial tasks that just have to be done to accomplish something.  And the Japanese do it so gallantly!!

A Project, seven boxes and movement at the museum, 2012

Boxes film

Gray Scramble XII double by Frank Stella 1968 (2)

Prelude to the Operating Systems of the Future City.  A great little exhibition at Tokyo Wonder Site in Iidabashi.  Kind of organising things which prey on our minds and expressing it in a visual way.

Top marks go to the thoroughly interesting book called Heteropolis by AdaptiveActions (NOT Charles Jencks – another book entirely).  I hope to get a copy sometime very soon.



I came across this church today with the noticeboard offering a biblical image by Sadao Watanabe.  Very interesting as he was a student of Keisuke Serizawa.

The Last Supper by Sadao Watanabe

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