Hirofumi Isoya

Faced with a successive phenomenon, we outline it as we want, or want it to be. To pause, and look beyond this given perception requires more patience than you may imagine. Say, it is a judgment about judgment. Once I put it in words I'm somewhat confused. However, if I abandon any intention to describe the world by myself and stop thinking on my own, I'd feel as if I myself have been outlined within someone else’s system. There is no thrill nor emancipation in it.

I’m interested in making a judgment and in exploring its complex structure. Envisioning an exhibition I spend a lot of time thinking how to convey my curiosity in evaluation process to others.
 

Hirofumi Isoya

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