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