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 and Artistic director Andrzej Kramarz – invited artists from West Hawaii, appropriately exploring notions of personal space.
HAWAII CONTEMPORARY ARTISTS 2016