tress,21x28cm,water color pencil on paper,2020

sound from the dessert,21x28cm,water color on paper,2020
arashi no naka niwa/嵐の中庭,21x28cm,pencil on paper,2020

 

 

                         unite the strings, 38x33x33.5cm,mixed media,2019

 

 

             

versus,23.2×30.5cm,oil on -canvas,2019

 

 

 

 Pale Water,13×31.5cm,oil on -canvas,2019

 

 

 

 

blue moon palette,24×30.5cm,oil on canvas,2019

 

daily necessities,2019

 

 

 

 

 

 


Kanako Tada
’s “daily necessities”(2019) embodies an intersectional exchange between art and decoration.Her idea is fundamental; daily tools or ready-mades come up to art, vise-versa art turns into a daily or environmental decoration. Rather, such an exchange is a natural liquidity. “daily necessities” draws her experience as a painter, making her represent how we treat ego which belongs to our labor, ideality, and absent/present.There are two organisations: pieces of mosaic in front of the sink; pieces on the wall in the exhibition space.They are subtly looking around,breathing, and coexisting with all the artworks in the space.

written by Kanako Tada

 

 

reference:

https://tadakanako.net/vertical-river/

repeating is love,2019

Credit of the images:
(c) eSeL.at – Joanna Pianka

 

Kanako Tada

“repeating is love”

15 paintings, 33x33cm, oil on canvas, 2019

In her new painting repeating is love (2019), Kanako Tada embodies the process of repetitive acts that imitate an existing motif. In sequences of fifteen paintings, one can see a continuation of the time, tracing her attempts to deconstruct the form and thus to internalize them into her own. From the whole to the part, from figurative to abstract, an original outline eventually disappears and sublimates into a micro perspective, while two colours are inverted through a metamorphosis of figures. This is not a liner process that ends at one point, but appears as a continuous movement that remains impermanent. The haptic materiality contains great presence; pigments shine on the surface of a roughly woven canvas, making the texture of threads visible. This raises the question: what is a state of perfection; illocutionary smoothness or homogeneity? The installation of the work evokes a viewer’s experience of the physicality of the artist; shifting one’s balance and eye sight downward.

written by Miwa Negoro(curator)

reference:

https://miwanegoro.com/parallax-trading

https://w.dasweissehaus.at/en/exhibition/gruppenausstellung-parallax-trading/

 

  fire on the hill,24.5x30cm,oil on canvas,2019