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Tsukasa Soda>Path of Radiance

  • Path of Radiance, 2018
  • Porcelain
    H 25 x 31 x 20 cm
  • The concept of the work is the form where light and shadow mingle. In Japan we have a beautiful word “komorebi” which means sunshine streaming through foliage. I have taken an interest in the outline of an object that is accentuated by backlighting, and the contrast of light and shadow that changes depending on the angle of the light. The method I use to create the work is casting. This work has five elements that are joined together, then covered with glaze and fired in the oven.
Tsukasa Soda
Biography
1978
Born in Hyogo, Japan
2002
Graduated from Department of Arts and Crafts, Kurashiki University of Science and the Arts, Okayama, Japan
Mayor’s Prize, Amagasaki City Exhibition, Amagasaki Cultural Center, Hyogo, Japan
2003
Mayor’s Prize, Amagasaki City Exhibition, Amagasaki Cultural Center, Hyogo, Japan
2004
Amagasaki Art Association Exhibition, Amashin Museum, Hyogo, Japan
Human Art Exhibition, L-Osaka, Osaka, Japan
Kansai Peace Art Exhibition, Osaka City Museum of Fine Arts, Osaka, Japan
2005
Amagasaki Arts and Cultural Association Exhibition, Amagasaki Cultural Center, Hyogo, Japan
2007
A-21 International Art Exhibition, Gallery CASO, Osaka, Japan
2008
Companionship Exhibition of Japan and Korea Contemporary Art, Kyoto Municipal Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan
2010
3rd Kobe Shimbun Prize, The 48th Hyogo Prefectural Exhibition, Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art, Hyogo Japan
2011
Osaka Mayor’s Award, The 75th Jiyu Bijutsu Art Exhibition, The National Art Center Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
2012
Amagasaki Art Festival, Amagasaki Cultural Center, Hyogo, Japan
Kyoto Prefectural Fine Arts and Crafts Exhibition, The Museum of Kyoto, Kyoto, Japan
2016
New Face Award in Kinki Exhibition, The 55th Japan Contemporary Arts and Crafts Exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
2017
New Face Award of Gendai-Kogei, The 56th Japan Contemporary Arts and Crafts Exhibition, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Tokyo, Japan
The 4th Reorganized New Nitten, The Japan Fine Arts Exhibition, The National Art Center Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
2018
The 57th Japan Contemporary Arts and Crafts Exhibition, The National Art Center Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
2019
KOGEI of Amagasaki Exhibition, Amagasaki Cultural Center, Hyogo, Japan
The 8th Kikuchi Biennale, Musée Tomo, Tokyo, Japan
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