Human being can live through the catastrophe despite witnessing those battles and their fear by searching for the light in the horizon. The title is depicting that the strength of people lies in their faith in the future by purposely leaving out the tragic, grieving and gory aspects.
Sisyu, a Japanese artist officially recognized by the Japanese government and had a great privilege of showing her art works to the Emperor and the Empress in person. In her latest endeavor, she was invited to Paris, France by Societe Nationale des Beaux-Arts (founded 155 years ago by Rodin) in year 2014 and 2015 as a VIP guest. There, she adorned the entrance area of the art exhibition (Art Salon) at the basement hall “Carrousel du Louvre” with 250 m² of floor space. Known for incorporating Japanese calligraphy into other art forms such as sculptures, media arts, and paintings, her latest artwork adds calligraphy etched in iron and glasses to the collection. This has evolved into a grander scale that combines sculptures, lights, and shadows. Through this work, Sisyu symbolizes the Japanese soul of “Zen” and sends the traditional work of calligraphy “Sho” into the new age with new perspectives.
The global achievements In France Salon SNBA, Carrousel Du Louvre (2014/2015), Guimet Museum (2014), Laval Virtual (2012), MIZEN (2017)
In Italy Expo Milano Japan Pavilion (2015), Salone del Mobile. Milano (2014/2017), La Biennale di Venice (2005/2011), Luciana Matalon Foundation (2018), Genoa (2018)
In Switzerland World Economic Forum Annual meeting in Davos (2012)
In the USA New York Grand Central Terminal (2014), Florida Morikami Museum, Washington D.C.
In China 1st China Beijing International Fair for Trade：Calligraphy demonstration (2012), Hong Kong ‘wtc more World Trade Centre’ : Exhibition and calligraphy live performance (2015), Taipei Fine Arts Museum : Sisyu x teamLab Joint Exhibition (2013), National Taiwan Art Museum : Sisyu x teamLab Joint Exhibition (2012)