Venue [ The Triangle ]
Fujita employs silkscreen and computer image processing software to create works using a multifaceted approach to images (scale, material, number of prints, etc.) based on rules she sets herself. In recent years, she has also combined printing techniques with new materials and formats such as ceramics and books in an attempt to mix printmaking as a means of reproduction with unique originals. In the exhibition HARD/SOFT held in 2021, the keywords “hard/soft” were superimposed onto the meaning of “hardware/software.” This exhibition introduces Fujita’s unique expression, which freely combines various media to move back and forth between things that change and things that are changed.
The Triangle is a space newly created for the reopening of the Kyoto City KYOCERA Museum of Art. It aims to nurture emerging artists, especially those associated with Kyoto, and to provide opportunities for museum visitors to experience contemporary art. In order to connect the artist, museum, and viewer in a triangle and deepen those connections, the space hosts an eponymous series of special exhibitions and presents new artistic expressions from Kyoto.
Hicosaka Toshiaki, May 31 (Tue.) – September 25 (Sun.), 2022
Fujita Sae, October 8 (Sat.), 2022 – January 29 (Sun.), 2023
Yahata Aki, February 14 (Tue.) – May 28 (Sun.), 2023
- October 8 (Sat.), 2022 - January 29 (Sun.), 2023
- The Triangle
- Closed on
- Mondays (except public holidays)
Born in Kyoto in 1992. Joined an exchange program at the Royal College of Art in London in 2015. Completed an MFA in Printmaking at Kyoto City University of Arts in 2017. Currently lives and works in Shiga Prefecture. Recent solo exhibitions include HARD/SOFT (I SEE All, Junbicyu, 2021). She received the Encouragement Prize at the 54th Japan Book Design Awards in 2021.