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JAPANESE, BORN 1988
En Iwamura creates large ceramic sculptures of heads with minimalist facial features. Holes and slits reference eyes and mouths on the oddly-shaped forms, while uniform grooves traverse the clay surfaces in complex patterns. With site-responsive installations, the artist introduces viewers to the Japanese philosophy of Ma—the relationship between viewers, objects, and negative space—and gives them the opportunity to experience it first-hand.
After graduate the BFA in craft at the Kanazawa collage of Art and Craft, he began to be interested in international Art world. He considers that the ceramic has the potential of being one of the international languages, which can cross the different cultures, people and countries.