鈴木悠哉 Yuya Suzuki視覺藝術Visual Arts
鈴木悠哉 Yuya Suzuki
YUYA SUZUKI ( born in 1983 ), graduated from Nihon University College of Art (visual arts /B.A) in 2007, is now a Sapporo-based visual artist. His works include drawing, video, three-dimensional sculpture, and painting. He recently focuses on a drawing project by means of observing urban landscapes in several Asian cities. In addition, he begins to make installation works based on his drawings in some exhibitions.
2016 Sapporo station JR Tower art box / Japan
2016 walk and cultivation CAI02,Salon cojica, Sapporo/ Japan
2014 Becoming Undone ,Kleiner salon /Berlin
2013 Jeune creation 2013 ,104 Centqiatre , Paris / France
2012 garden and half of there, world , and something . CAI02 , Sapporo / Japan
During the residency in Soulangh, YUYA SUZUKI’s recent drawing project “Archegraph Study” is carried out based on his observation research of Jiali’s landscapes.
Walking on the streets of this small town, he collects interesting points with his camera and draws abstracted images on papers according to the photos he took. He also challenges transforming the drawings into various forms of media when staying in Soulangh, such as three-dimensional sculptures, wall paintings, and animation.
The title “Remaking Ghosts” comes from his interests in how Taiwanese people model and idolize ghosts. The existence of ghosts in this world has been unsubstantial; however, general people still manage to give them shapes and characterize them in accordance with the lore of folk and imagination. Same as the process of embodying ghosts, YUYA SUZUKI substantializes the unsubstantial elements and discovers invisible hidden images from the visible real world. He sees the reality he attempts to reveal in an artistic perspective as unsubstantial, just like ghosts.