Sairiyoh.art In Residence Program MimaNature - Mima (Japon) - 10/05/2023
sairiyoh.art is a platform service where artists create art products using reusable materials such as secondhand items and waste, and sell them online. Artists and creators can become sellers and sell their own one-of-a-kind art pieces made from reusable materials. The sairiyoh.art In Residence program is a program for artists interested in creating art products using reusable materials. The program aims to have artists translate their creative ideas into reused art and create art products to achieve a sustainable society. Artists from all over the world can participate in the program. Participating artists can create art products inspired by Japanese culture, scenery, or cultures and landscapes from around the world, using reusable materials such as old furniture, clothing, and waste. The art products created by the artists are sold on the sairiyoh.art online platform, and the revenue from the sold products is returned to the artists. Furthermore, if the artists' works match sairiyoh.art's sustainability concept, they may be introduced in sairiyoh.art's advertising and other materials. The program requires artists to create art products using reusable materials and their own ideas and techniques to achieve a sustainable society. Participating artists can increase their awareness of sustainability and contribute to realizing a sustainable society through sairiyoh.art's concept.
Artists Who Stimulate The Brain Suo.Art numérique - Funabashish (Japon) - 26/09/2023
Hello. I am Suo, a painter. I like psychology and brain science and I read a lot. And one day, I learnt this shocking thing. It turns out that the area of the brain that perceives beauty is the same as the area of ethics and morals. For example, it has been shown that crime rates also fall in parks with and without fountains. It has also been found that bicycle thefts and snatch-and-grabs in front of train stations also disappear when there are flowerbeds. When we see something and feel that it is beautiful, our brain responds. And this cannot be stopped. There are many things in the world that are disturbing, but seeing something beautiful may dissuade you. My artwork is designed to stimulate the brain.