Two Japanese artists stay in Gerswalde for a week and create artworks that are inspired by the local scenery. This exibition is the materialized memory of their stay: They observe the nature and landscape and sketch lines, shapes, colory and invisible things. Beyond field sketching, the exhibition displays a certain view of the world.
Hirofumi Abe (born 1989)
is a Japanese painter/graphic designer and lives and works in Berlin, Germany. He draws lines and faces its vestige of memories. He repeats it everyday.
Takero Kano (born 1975)
is a contemporary Japanese painter and lives and works in Tokyo, Japan. He observes plants and nature and makes abstract paintings while exploring the sense of vitality.