Artist Ruta Butkute researches the performativity of material, porcelain from Arita, Japan. Liquid porcelain slip is becoming a body for shape, color and pattern. Through the choreographed movement of slip flow the artist explores the nature of water and stone and its graphics. As a reference the artist uses the traditional kimono forms and its traditional textile patterns. It is becoming a guideline for creating porcelain tile shapes which grows into an installation and video w0rks.
Slip casting video ( porcelain tiles ) will be exhibited 19th Tokyo, 20th August – 2 nd October Osaka, 25 th Arita
Project: BOW CLAP BOW
Presentations/exhibition artist will exhibit slip casting video & installation of tiles, & will share process of performative video in tatami room ( in process). Slip casting video ( porcelain tiles ) will be exhibited 19th Tokyo, 20th August – 2 nd October Osaka, 25 th Arita. Please e-mail if you are interested in further project details: firstname.lastname@example.org
Yuki - Sleeve length
Working on Yukata Sleeve
12 choreographic layers 3
Searching for seigaiha=partial wave
A white paper GOHEI is most commonly used. It is placed on the Shinto altar often along with a mirror. During the ritual called kami-oroshi (bringing-down-kami) .The gohei is always a symbol of the kami’s presence.
A GOHEI is used in ceremonial purification. It is rubbed against a worshipper to dispel evil influences.
|1.||A thin board; a billet of wood; a splinter.|
HOW TO MAKE//// zigzag-shaped paper streamer
Onusa/a Shintoist in a typical purification ritual. The wand or harai gushi (sweeping squewer/stick) that the priest is holding is a wooden pole to which is attached a great many of the zigzag strips mentioned above