Mist of Seeds is a silent but poetic film, mirror of the art of Yoshinobu Nakagawa who has been creating works with papers and fabrics, at the crossroads of painting and sculpture. This 22-minute film shows, with exceptional mastery, the traditional art of Japan in the inspiring setting of nature. Works transported in a natural environment, thus take on a new symbolic value. By following the artist’s patient work, in contact with the drawing, the material, this film offers a contemplative look at a work of great quality.
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Born in Kyoto in 1961, Yasushi Kishimoto is a documentary filmmaker, working mainly for Ufer! Art Documentary, a production company based in Kyoto, Japan.
Kyoto Art Today Vol.1 – 29 (1992−99); Yoshinobu Nakagawa 1984 – 1994 Views of Seeds, Eyes of Farmers (1994); De la ruine à la lumière Georges Rousse (1995); Go on the Stage Morimura (1996); The Image of Techno Thrapy (1998); Hatsu-imo : tabaimo 1999 – 2000 (2001); Our Museum (2002); Sugimoto: Hiroshi Sugimoto 2008 – 2013 (2013); Philosophy of Tsumugi: The World of Fukumi Shimura (2014); Mist of Seeds: Yoshinobu Nakagawa (2017); Tabi-imo: Tabaimo 2011 – 2017 (2017); …