„Stone will flow, leaves will sink“ is a Japanese phrase. It is a metaphor used to indicate unusual or contradictory deviations from expected political outcomes or conditions. The expression condemns unethical political decisions or unjustifiable aspects of society and is therefore used to criticize or correct imbalances in both the Japanese and international political environment.
Taniyama's creative inspiration is motivated by the concept of "ubiety", the quality of being that expresses the quality of the state of being in a room. Guided by the seemingly simple question "Where am I now?" Taniyama deals with the confusion of the individual, which is increasingly intensified by globalization.
Opening: 16 October 2021 at 19:00 in Gallery CHROM VI in Idar-Oberstein.
The exhibition is open on Sun. 17 October as well as Sat. 23 and Sun. 24 October, each from 2 to 6 pm. Beyond that until 25.11.2021 by telephone arrangement. The current Corona distance and hygiene rules apply. Chrome VI, Ritterstraße 11a, Backyard, 55743 Idar-Oberstein
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