In the face of this year’s turbulence, this new exhibition at the Hara Museum asks the question: Can we perceive and remember the everyday phenomena at the edge of our consciousness? When our minds are elsewhere, and for good reason, it is easy to neglect our immediate environment and even our own emotions. In celebration of the acts of noticing and recording, five artists – Tomoki Imai, Tamotsu Kido, Lee Kit, Masaharu Sato and Tokihiro Sato – offer us their representations of the world around them. As they work in different media and maintain distinct perceptions of time, Time Flows becomes a comprehensive examination of the ever-changing, sometimes mundane, world.
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Image: Tokihiro Sato, Photo-Respiration, 2020 pigment print ©Tokihiro Sato