Yuko Mohri: Assume That There Is Friction and Resistance

Exhibition Highlights

1. Brand New Installation

The artist will implement an unprecedented methodology to the exhibition space to form a new installation in pursuit of her image of what she calls an “eternal movement.”

2. Mohri’s Debut of a Large-Scale Sculpture in Japan

Her large-scale, sound-based assemblage will be shown in Japan for the first time.

3. Witness Mohri’s Art in Practice

In addition to her improvised installation, video, and print works, she will go beyond the museum to exhibit in downtown Towada. Viewers can experience the artist’s thought process as they navigate not only the exhibition spaces but also the city streets.

Exhibition Highlights

1. New Works

Large scale installations with translucent fabric, a style representative of Suh. The exhibition offers an art appreciation experience with a sense of immersion.

2. Japanese Debut of the Film My Home/s

The film My Home/s will be shown for the first time in Japan. The film provides a view into the life of an artist who splits his time between the contrasting cultures of London, New York, and Seoul.

3. Resonating with Cause and Effect (2008, Towada Art Center Permanent Collection)

Cause and Effect, which was produced around the themes of individuals and society, can be seen in a new light as it resonates with Suh’s other works.

Financial Support from

Mondriaan Fund
The Mondriaan Fund is the public fund for visual art and cultural heritage. All grant opportunities and activities are clustered in seven platforms, ranging from talent development to international presentations.

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