AKAMATSU Nelo, Chijikinkutsu, 2013, Collection of the artist, ©AKAMATSU Nelo
Installation view: CyberArts 2015, OK Center for Contemporary Art [Linz, Austria], 2015

AKAMATSU Nelo, Chozumaki, 2020, Collection of the artist, ©AKAMATSU Nelo

SASAKI Rui , Liquid Sunshine / I am a Pluviophile, 2019
Corning Museum of Glass (2018.6.2), 33rd Rakow Commission, funded by the Juliette K. and Leonard S. Rakow Endowment Fund

ISOYA Hirofumi, Installation view: "Roppongi Crossing 2019: Connexions", Mori Art Museum [Tokyo] , 2019

ISOYA Hirofumi, 12 hours, 2005, Collection of the artist
Photo: SHINTSUBO Kenshu


Interaction: Souls in Synchronicity

Period: Saturday, 12 December 2020 - Sunday, 14 March 2021

Opening Hours: 9:30 – 18:00 *Last admission is 30 minutes before closing time
(until 20:00 on Fridays and Saturdays /until 17:00 on 29 December, 2020 - 3 January. 2021)
*On the first day, the exhibition will open after the opening ceremony (10:30~)

Closed: First and Third Wednesdays, 31 December 2020

Venue: Exhibition Room 1, 2 (2F)


Sound, light and the flow of time sensed in randomly encountered scenes can summon up personal sensations and memories, the experience creating an intimate connection between ourselves, and what we see before us. This exhibition takes as its theme “interaction” in the sense of conversation or dialogue, and features three artists who encourage active engagement with their works by acting on the senses and memories of those who see those works.

AKAMATSU Nelo, ISOYA Hirofumi, and SASAKI Rui all take their cues from familiar phenomena. Superimposed on the installations here—such as Akamatsu’s Chijikinkutsu, which incorporates terrestrial magnetism; Isoya’s Flowers and Bees, Translucent Archive, which illuminates different types of time and memory around honey; and Sasaki’s Liquid Sunshine / Soranimitsurouka, inspired by the frequently cloudy skies and rain of Toyama—are things the artists have sensed about their own individual connections to the world. As their souls touch our souls through these works, we in turn notice our connections with familiar things, and begin to see the world from new perspectives.





<General Public> 700 yen (500 yen) <College student> 500 yen (400 yen)

*Price in brackets for groups of 20 or more.

*Admission fee is free for high school students and younger.

*Tickets also allow admission to the Permanent Exhibition.


■Organized by Toyama Glass Art Museum

■Supported by THE KITANIPPON SHIMBUN, THE TOYAMA SHIMBUN, Kitanihon Broadcasting Co., Ltd.,

TULIP-TV INC., Toyama Television Broadcasting Co., Ltd.



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