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EXHIBITION Kyoko SAWANOBORI
Selected by Toshihiro ASAI, curator, Art Tower Mito
21 Apr - 10 Jun, 2000
Open: Wed.-Sat. 1:00pm-7:00pm (Close: Sun.-Tue., National Holliday) SeePerformance view shot by Yuji Dogane on 6 May 2000 in CAS (Play by RealVideo / 30 sec.)

HONEY, BEAUTY AND TASTY
performance view There are a couple of record players on the table, and honey driping on the disk revolving on the player. A woman is licking it, while the shady hall is filled with unexpected music distorted by the act of her tongue and pilled-up honey. No more explanation should necessary for this performance, "HONEY, BEAUTY, AND TASTY". What does it remind you? It might be depend on your imagination, and perhaps your personal experiences.

Kyoko Sawanobori
1973 Born in Tokyo / Live and work in Toride, Japan

EDUCATION
2000 MFA in Painting at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music (Tokyo Geizyutu Daigaku)
1998 BA (Hons) in Fine Art at Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music (Tokyo Geizyutu Daigaku)

EXHIBITIONS
Solo show
2000 'Honey,Beauty And Tasty' curated by Toshiaki Asai, curator from Art Tower Mito, Osaka, Japan
Collaboration(Drawings)
2000 'Spring in Desert' with Toshiaki Tomita, Kunitachi, Tokyo
Group show
2000 Autumn 'Puddles' Duende, The Netherlands 'Appie' curated by N-Mark, Warehouse for Arts at Nagoya Port, Nagoya, Japan
'Honey, Beauty And Tasty' MA Degree show, Tokyo National University of Arts, Torrid Japan
1999 'Honey, Beauty And Tasty' (part of Toride Re-Cycling Arts Project), Toride, Japan
1998 '-Scape' BA Graduate Show at Tokyo National University of fine Arts and Music, Ueno, Japan
1996 'Stretch your arms as far as you can' Setagaya public gallery, Setagaya, Tokyo.
'Swim toward the sea' Student hall of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Ueno, Tokyo
1994 Playing water like music, Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, Ueno,Tokyo
Artist talks with curator
2000 Talk was held as a part of show at CAS (with Toshihiro Asai)

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