"Kakuheki-no-To" (Bulkhead Ceramics)

Encouragement Prizes

【Concept】
Basically, electric wheel throwing is a method of forming round-shaped objects. Using the method involving some limitations, I created an object using the motif of something which exists in nature and has two sides: inside and outside. Towards the organic motif, I lightly grinded parts of the rounded surface either horizontally or vertically, taking care to prevent the work from appearing too “eloquent.”

IMADA TakushiHiroshima

1970 Born in Okayama Pref.
1996 Completed the Master’s Program in ceramics major, the Graduate School of Fine Arts, Tokyo University of the Arts

《Main exhibitions and awards》
2010 Honorable mention in the Hagi Taishou (Grand Prix) of Contemporary Ceramics at Yamaguchi Prefectural Hagi Museum, Hagi City
2012 Contemporary Formative Arts – Life and Art, “Feel Ceramic” at Higashihiroshima City Museum of Art
2013 Tomimoto Award in the 68th Shinsyou Craftwork Exhibition, Tokyo and Kyoto
2014 Solo exhibition “Sai” at Kuroda Touen: Ginza Tokyo
2014 Chugoku Branch Chief Award of Japan Kogei Association in the 57th Japan Kogei Association of Chugoku Branch Exhibition, Okayama and Hiroshima Pref.
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