As the residency comes to a close, BankART will have an open studio from May 31st until June 19th, between 11-7pm. There will be an open studio at both BankART Station as well as BankART Silk during those days. To visit Keiko’s work, she will be at Booth 21 at BankART Station.
At Miyamori’s booth, she will also be making tree-rubbing book covers for a special Tsunagu project based in her home town in conjunction with her current project. Each cover is unique, with a rubbing from around the site in Yokohama. Miyamori will continue working on her Portrait series at her booth, currently working on her portrait with its base layers from her childhood home and the surroundings that had nurtured her. The Portrait contains tree rubbings holding her memories throughout Yokohama, within drawings to outline her history. She will be using the same technique to make another piece during the open studio.
Please come to show support for the amazing artists at the residency, but also bring a book if you would like to participate in her special project based around her hometown.
ー ス で は 、訪 れ て 下 さっ た 方 に 、世 界 に 一つ し か な い ユ ニ ー ク な「 和 紙 の 本 カ バ ー 」を無料で差し上げています。（ぜひ、参加してください）生まれ故郷である記憶の中の横浜。産 声 を あ げ た 住 所 を 最 下 層 に 、幼 稚 園 、小学校などを歩いて、周辺の樹皮模様を手製の木炭で和紙に写し、ドローイング、コラージュを繰り返します。層状に表された幼少時 代 の 記 憶「My Portrait」、同様の技法で他の作品も公開制作しています。