Mako Mizobuchi FuR serie 2 ©MakoMizobuchi

The Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster of 2011 shed light on the separation of society’s convenient ways of life from the natural environment. Mako Mizobuchi asks, “What would people’s life styles be like when in harmony with nature?”, and explores this question using her observations, thought processes and actions as clues to her creative process. Her exhibition is taking place in the science room of the former Junpū Elementary School. Using a variety of production methods including cyanotypes and ceramics, the installation is created to draw out conversations with the viewer.

Science Room, Junpū Elementary School 1F
609-1, Kakimoto-cho, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto

2017/04/12 - 04/23 12:00-19:00
CLOSED Monday, Tuesday
extend the period 2017/05/03[wed.] – 05/14[sun.] Junpū Elementary School

Performance in exhibition space(durational)
Fee: Free
Demonstration of cyanotypes using the sink area and windows of the science room.

溝縁真子 Mako Mizobuchi www.makomizobuchi.com
Born in 1984, Kyoto, Japan; based in Leipzig