“Paradoxical Foregrounding Of Work And Artifice That Are Existing Behind” (a)
“500 Sheets Into a Mass” (b)
“497 Times Same Acts Containing Tiny Differences” (c)

media/size: (a) ruptured rope/ -; (b) paper, glue/ 21.0 x 29.7 x - cm; (c) paper, glue/ 21.0 x 29.7 x - cm

3 white works as results of simple nonsense actions with rope, paper and glue.

Regarding the rope work:
it was the result of the process of making painting by simply the artist's physical power, not by any creative skills. I tried making a painting by hauling ultra-heavy material which must destroy the artist's body if it drops on him. The material was a thick iron board with a multi-layered flat paint surface. I hauled it with a rope in a large park, and then the rope broke away shortly. That means heavy industrial power defeated the artist's creative idea (as above, this doesn't mean skills). And then as the result, accidentally beautiful nature of the x-section of the rope which is another less-heavy industrial stuff appeared.

Regarding paper with glue works:
They are masses made of 500 and 497 sheets of paper with glue.

photos by Aisho Miura Arts

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