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Chiharu Shiota

Heredera de Ana Mendieta y de toda una generación de artistas feministas de principios de los 70, Chiharu Shiota trabaja con su cuerpo como espacio de intervención, realizando performances que tratan la vinculación a la tierra, el pasado y la memoria.

Conocida por sus instalaciones realizadas con la lana como material principal, sus entramados generan una mezcla entre repulsión y atracción onírica, al tiempo que reavivan la memoria, la existencia de una forma filosófica y su ausencia.

La presencia y ausencia del propio cuerpo de la artista es hilo conductor de su obra y se convierte en aquello por lo que hace entender su confrontación con la problemática de definir el trabajo artístico; el objeto artístico y el público, el interior y el exterior.

En su filosofía de trabajo la auténtica obra artística solo se crea cuando las expectativas de formas artísticas de expresión conocidas son abandonadas a favor de una percepción de las cosas que se abre camino sin atribuciones de significado.

 

ENTREVISTAS:

Chiharu Shiota para Brilliant Ideas, Bloomberg

 

TEXTOS Y CATÁLOGOS:

Cotter, Holland, "Anxiety on the Fault Lie: Taking the Cute Out of Japan," The New York Times, March 18, 2011. (web)

Doponchelle, Valérie, "Les robes fantômes de Chiharu Shiota," Le Figaro, May 9, 2012. (web)

Crow, Kelly, “In Washington, 300 Shoes Tied to Memories,” The Wall Street Journal, August 15, 2014. (web)

Giuliano, Marco, “Interview: Chiharu Shiota,” Impakter, July 28, 2014. (web)

Torrado, Damaris, “La artista japonesa Chiharu Shiota muestra en Lleida su vision del universo,” El Confidencial, October 7, 2015. (web)

Sánchez, Raquel Marín, “Chiharu Shiota. En recuerdo de la memoria,“ Wall Street International, April 30, 2016. (web)

Sigglekow, Zara, “Chiharu Shiota in Conversation,” Ocula, October 2016. (web)

Donoghue, Katy, “SCAD’s deFine Art with Carlos Cruz-Diez, Hank Willis Thomas, Chiharu Shiota, and more,” whitewall, March 17, 2017. (web)

Azzarello, Nina, “Chiharu Shiota fabricate a woven wilderness at SCAD museum of art,” designboom, March 17, 2017. (web)

Corboy, Peter, “weaving new worlds: designboom speaks to chiharu shiota”, Designboom, July 16, 2017. (web)

Bucknell, Alice, “Artist Chiharu Shiota spins a ghostly yarn inside a Yorkshire chapel,” The Spaces, March 28, 2018. (web)

Ure-Smith, Jane, “Chiharu Shiota’s high-wire act at Yorkshire Sculpture Park,” Financial Times, May 18, 2018. (web)

Azzarello, Nina, “web of wool emerges from this sculptural steel piano at yorkshire sculpture park chapel,” designboom, May 20, 2018. (web)

Parsons, Elly, “Chiharu Shiota weaves past, present and future at an 18th century Yorkshire chapel,” Wallpaper*, June, 12, 2018. (web)

Cox, Will, “Chiharu Shiota Is Filling the Gallery With Wool,” Broadsheet, August 14, 2018. (web)

Dow, Steve, “Tangle of Memories,” Art Guide Australia, August 23, 2018. (web)

Richards, Stephanie, “These are the projects that curators hope for and artists dream about,” In Daily, August 24, 2018. (web)

Neylon, Johan, “Chiharu Shiota’s breaking point,” The Adelaide Review, October 10, 2018. (web)

Arguile, Katherine, “The threads that bind us: exhibitions to get lost in,” In Daily, October 19, 2018. (web)

Lucie-Smith, Edward, “Chiharu Shiota: Immersive Elegant Scarlet Threads,” Artlyst, December 4, 2018. (web)

Galea, Anna Marie, “Giving public spaces new meaning,” Times Malta, December 30, 2018. (web)

Andrews, Zach, “chiharu shiota weaves webs around two seated performers, 100 years after WWI,” designboom, Febuary 10, 2019. (web)

Riethmüller, Christian, “Den Faden aufgenommen,” Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, April 2, 2019. (web)

Bogdan, Ana, “Chiharu Shiota: “The Fear is Necessary,” The Talks, April 3, 2019. (web)

Takac, Balasz, “Experience Shiota Chiharu’s Soul Trembling at Mori Art Museum,” Widewalls, July 17, 2019. (web)

Reyes, Alma, “Blood and Cosmos. Weaving through Chiharu Shiota’s trembling soul,” Wall Street International, October 16, 2019. (web)

Hideko, Kawachi, “Chiharu Shiota, Red Threads of the Soul,” Pen Magazine International, Feb 2, 2020. (web)

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