HiToRi-TaBi

Duration : 12:00 - 20:00

Opening : Jun 10,2017 (Sat) -- Jul 22,2017 (Sat)

Venue : Room 108, No. 3, Lane 1363, Middle Fuxing Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai

Tel : +86 (0)21 5496 1918

Web : https://tokyo.shunartdesign.com/

Artist : Mikuo Konoki Yayoi KUSAMA Nobuo SEKINE Susumu KOSHIMIZU Tadanori YOKOO

There is in North-American Indian culture a much greater appreciation of silence than in English-speaking societies and in French-speaking societies as well. French philosopher Michel Foucault has also described that, “I think silence is one of those things that has unfortunately been dropped from our culture”.  Young Romans or young Greeks were taught to keep silent in very different ways according to the people with whom they were interacting. In the growing process of a person, choosing ways to develop silence in accordance with various situations is a cultural ethos to examine one’s attitude and quality of life. 
 
The wounded white deer had hibernated far away for a year and a half, finally woke up and came back. Still she hopes to relatively understand such importance of silence on quality and relationships of life after waking up… The translation of the title Hitori-Tabi is “brigade of one”. The first decade that Shun Art Gallery has walked by was a humble beginning of a student’s entrepreneurial dream, which could hardly be summarized in short… Today Shun Art Gallery has moved to the French Concession area, well-known for its rich cultural atmosphere, and our Old Villa Project was also launched recently. We hope that this could be the place to witness the process and field of history, and moreover, we sincerely hope that Hitori-Tabi could meet you and everyone that understands us right here.