Postponed until Spring-Summer 2021
Lisa Kirton, Jonathan Meuli, Isao Miura, Nana Shiomi, Hakan Topal
This exhibition, features artists who are thinking about the effects of water in Japan. Three of them, Isao Miura, Lisa Kirton and Nana Shiomi are of Japanese origin, and are now living in London. Hakan Topal is Turkish, living in New York, and has conducted two residencies in Japan to look at the effects of the Tsunamis. Jonathan Meuli is an exception in that he is a British painter living in Glasgow, but has been profoundly influenced by Japanese art and by considering the consequences of increasing water-flows around the world.
The exhibition coincides with the Japanese-UK season of culture, culminating in the postponed Olympic and Paralympic Games to be held in Tokyo in 2021.