We touch, taste, smell, hear, and see the world around us, assembling our notions of what is though our five senses. Sharing those impressions, we develop a social consensus of reality and orient around the surety of that consensus.
A valued function of the artist is to offer alternative interpretations of what is by modelling what-might-be. Those models present innovative ways of perceiving, thinking, and responding to our changing environments.
Idiosyncratic: an unusual way in which a particular person behaves or thinks.
Field: a particular branch of study or sphere of activity.
Our East Hawaii venue hosts a collection of works curated by Living Treasure of Hawaii, Hiroki Morinoue – invited artists from West Hawaii, appropriately exploring notions of personal space.
Photographer Phil Jung is the Juror for this years Hawaii Photography Show at East Hawaii Cultural Center opening on Saturday, July 2 at 5:30 pm.