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Hiromi Masuda (born 1942 in Yokohama) studied at the Tokyo National University of Fine Art and Music (1962 – 1966) and the Graduate School of Tokyo National University of Fine Art and Music (1967 – 1969). Her solo exhibition, Play the Glass, has been held in myriad places, such as the Scuoletta di San Giovanni Battista e del SS Sacramento, Venice Biennale, Italy (2005); Span at Gallery Tokyo, Japan (2004); Bentara Budaya Jakarta (2004); MIM museum Piacenza Italy (2004); Church of S. Francesco’s courtyard, Venice, Italy (2003).
The Wind of Venezia
The wind of Venezia transformed himself into glass
The ship headed south.
Soon the ship came into the harbor, warmly welcomed
The Glass, the wind that used to blow along the alleys of Venice,
Play the Glass
And Play the Glass has an even more important meaning for me. It's playing with glass. By letting the weight of worldly cares fall from my shoulders, and playing spontaneously with the glass, I find I can learn a great deal about it. I approach life letting myself to go discover the true essence of things.
Glass is the formative material that best stimulates my imagination. This is probably because glass is better experienced physically than understood mentally.
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