An exhibition by Mira TEZUKA and Rena SATO on the theme of relationships with friends rather than the permanence of relationships through marriage.
With the venue divided into two rooms, TEZUKA’s room featured video works, and an installation using everyday items, while SATO’s room comprised oil paintings and an installation using natural objects.
In this exhibition SATO and TEZUKA, who met at an art prep school in their high school years, used their artworks to consider how they could respect each other’s intentions and wishes, and “How to be “BEST FRIENDS” untill 60th birth day” without being bound by any system.
Born in Tokyo in 2000. Graduated from Musashino Art University. Currently studying at Tokyo University of the Arts, Graduate School of Fine Arts, Intermedia Art Research field. In 2021, her first poetry collection “Romantic Love Ideology” was published by Shosikankanbou. Her creative output encompasses installations, performance, and written expression.
Room_412, Shibuya City, Tokyo