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YUKARI 緣起  日本工藝美學展 -

大治将典作品&旭川木工

2013.07.26 - 2013.08.18
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YUKARI is a Japanese word used since ancient times to mean "relationship" or "connection."

 

This time, I would like to hold a series of exhibitions titled "YUKARI," curating handicrafts manufactured in places in Japan I have YUKARI with, in the countries I have developed YUKARI with.

 

Products that are created with care are created envisioning people yet to see who will eventually pick up and use the products.  The makers hope to relate to the users by giving them gentleness and aesthetics within the products.

 

I would like to make use of the traditional crafting techniques that have been passed down for generations in today's products because I believe it is important to connect the past with the future beyond generations.  A man can feel the connection between himself in the past and himself at the present moment by living a life surrounded by things that are manufactured based on the traditional techniques, fully functional, yet beautiful.  He might start thinking that his children should use them as well.  And, that fact will make him aware of the connection with the future, and he could live a life with deep satisfaction.

 

Through the YUKARI exhibitions, I would like to bridge the people and the countries to which I am personally connected.  And, I am hoping that I could share  with many people this substantial feeling that we are all connected.

 

I would be glad if you could feel this YUKARI in your own sense through the beautiful Japanese handicrafts that are manufactured with care.

 

OJI Masanori

YUKARI (日文ゆかり 「繋がり」) ,這個字自古以來就為日本人所常用,意指「關連」或是「連接」,漢字寫作「緣」。

 

我想要舉辦一系列以「YUKARI」做為主題的展覽,把一些我與日本各地能工巧匠所合作的工藝作品,介紹給海外的新朋友們,而我與這些創作者和使用者的關係,我認為就是靠「YUKARI」這樣的因緣所聯繫起來的。

 

其實這些作品在創作時,即使最終的使用者還沒有碰觸到它,我們已經投注心思設想這些作品在被使用時,人們可以從其中感受到溫柔和美學,從而與製造者心意相通有所共鳴。

 

我想要運用那些已經流傳了世世代代的傳統工藝在現代的商品生產上,因為我認為連接過去與未來是非常重要的,一個人如果能夠在日常生活的環境中就被這些傳統工藝製造出來的物品所圍繞,並且時時體會到它們的功能和美感,他就能察覺到與過去的聯結,而他也想為他的孩子創造這樣的環境,在這樣的傳承中能夠更深一層感受到生活的幸福。

透過「YUKARI/緣起」展覽,我想在與我有緣的人們和國家間搭建一座橋樑,我也想和他們分享這些能夠把我們連繫起來,實實在在的情感與感動。

大治将典