Opening: Tuesday 10 December 2013, 7 pm
Welcome speech by SAKATO Masaru, Deputy Secretary General of JDZB
With music from MINAMI Shinichi (Marimba)
On display from 11 December 2013 until 31 January 2014
Open: Monday to Thursday 10am – 5pm; Friday 10am – 3.30pm
No entry charge
CHIBA Madoka Anna DABROWSKI
The German-Japanese Center Berlin presents a group exhibition of the work of artists from Germany and Japan. Currently based in Berlin, the three artists CHIBA Madoka, UENO Tomoyuki, Nadya DITTMAR, and designer Anna DABROWSKI have all spent time living and working in both Germany and Japan.
Their work uses various tactile media to reflect on the influences that nature and human society exert over each other. Each piece represents a meditation on the laws of nature which play a vital part in the artists’ lives.
Focusing on the human sensory experience and the mysteries of nature, the exhibition encompasses themes of impermanence and destruction – the fundamental elements of creative power.s Law of Nature"
Nadya DITTMAR UENO Tomoyuki