[column]“Things Entangling” a collaboration between MOT and KADIST and “Wind Direction Undefinable” by Yukihisa Isobe
"Things Entangling" is a special exhibition co-curated by Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo ("MOT") and KADIST Art Foundation ("KADIST") based in Paris and San Francisco. The exhibition features artworks by twelve artists and groups responding to an overarching theme of a relation to various "things" that cannot be separated from daily life. While this exhibition has been postponed for a period due to COVID-19 situation (! exhibition period rescheduled !), KADIST has produced a promotional video based upon Isobe's exhibited work "Wind Direction Undefinable". In this article we would like to introduce a commentary on this work, as well as Isobe's recent movements.
Photo: Yukihisa Isobe "Wind Direction Undefinable", cloth, mixed media, 1996-1998, installation view at MOT (photo by Kenji Takahashi)