NOBU

2016, 8th April-28th April
Leitrim Sculpture Centre, Manorhamilton, Co.Leitrim, Ireland
Curator Sean O'Reilly
Supported by Leitrim Sculpture Centre Fellowship and Artist in Residence Programme, Arts Council of Ireland, Leitrim County Council Art Office
Images by Keith Nolan Photography 
Interview by Five Glens Arts Festival: Please click here 

 

The body of the work is inspired by Takesada Matsutani’s solo show at the Hauser and Wirth Gallery, NY (2016), as well as Fulop’s teacher, Prof. Koie Ryoj, an avant-garde artist working in Japan. Both artists attempt to ‘come back to the moment’, in the creation of work inspired by the zen approach. Japanese in origin the title NOBUtranslates as ‘trust’ or ‘expend’ and refers to how the work emerges from a process of ‘conversation’ or ‘exchange of energy’ with the medium and how this ‘energy’, immanent to the work, is manifested or ‘expended’ in the viewers experience.

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