Venue: City of Utsunomiya, Tochigi
Organized by Utsunomiya Museum of Art
It is someone’s face, but it could be anyone’s face. In other words, it is an objective rendering of subjectivity, affirming our existence as visible within the landscape we live in.
As a fourteen-year-old child, artist Haruka Kojin saw in a dream a vision of an anonymous man’s face floating in the sky. This installation is a realization of the concept of that image, done in a collaborative effort with the townspeople of Utsunomia.