Jinn Yagi


Me and People's Colors of the Border


After meeting a man who came to my exhibition last year I had the opportunity to give my image of the theme of LGBTQ+. There are borderline patterns between people. By photographing the patterns and the subjects together I can feel the distance between people. In my LGBTQ+ work By holding a board with a rainbow pattern that represents diversity It embodies the image of boundaries that people have. The pattern leaves a mark of a person who has been hurt. And the colors become more complex and mixed. By showing the board it leaves a nuance that could be removed. There is a front and back pattern. and what the front (back) side looks like depends on who is on the back (front) side. The only person who knows what the front (back) side looks like is the person on the back (front) side. The other one is that colorful, three-dimensional paints makes the subject look soft and left a pop impression. By daring to show the board, it leaves a nuance that could be removed. "It's okay to be more casual." I'm feeling the borderline pattern between people again this year. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)


13:00 - 18:00

Admission free

Open: 4/9-4/24 13:00~18:00
Closed: 4/12, 4/14, 4/21


UN102, 67-1 Mibuaiai-cho, Nakagyo-ku, Kyoto

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