3331 Arts Chiyoda Opening Celebration Event part 1
'Look if you like, but you will have to leap'
Katsuhiko Hibino [What happens when moving from H to A]
Katsuhiko Hibino: Artist, born in Gifu 1958
Why do Morning Glories produce seeds? Why do people draw pictures? [Day After Tomorrow Project] has been nurtured from a seed. Seeds are spread and make more seeds, then these again naturally spread and in the place they settle they make more seeds again. I draw a picture at the place I have moved to. The further away I travel the more I want to draw. Looking at the seeds of the [Day After Tomorrow Project] one can sense the shared direction of drawing a picture at one's place of arrival and the production of more seeds at their place of arrival. The moment of drawing and the moment of producing seeds can be viewed as very much the same. Katsuhiko Hibino
The relation between Katsuhiko Hibino's [Day After Tomorrow Project] and the drawings he has created in his travels will be demonstrated through the exhibition at 3331 Arts Chiyoda.