Jun Inoue, una ventana a la abstracción

9 August 2016 Texto: Mind The Gap.

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“Crear algo nuevo es parte de mi forma de vida y la inspiración de mis creaciones viene de cualquier parte”, dice Junio Inoue, artista japonés que creció en Atsugi, en la región de Kanagawa, rodeada por la naturaleza. Este creador contemporáneo tuvo la ocasión en 2005 de trabajar con NIKE en Portland y ASSIN, una tienda de Melbourne y Sydney. También ha hecho colaboraciones con la marca japonesa ‘MIHARAYASUHIRO’ y ha pintado en una performance para la París Collection en 2012.

Sobre sus métodos de trabajo nos explica que: “siempre utilizo la tinta para mis ilustraciones, escucho mi música preferida para calentar el cuerpo (últimamente esa canción es Olive Oil, de un artista japonés). Es un proceso rutinario; una vez que estoy relajado dejo volar mi mente”.

Este año ha empezado a organizar su trabajo con personas que le apoyan en la gerencia y el tema comercial. “Conectarme con otros socios para ampliar mis proyectos y actividad me vendrá bien para entrar en el mundo del arte japonés”, indica.

 

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Lo más complicado que ha hecho es trabajar en un muro de 5 metros un día de mucha lluvia.

Le inspira a desarrollar sus ideas un color, una forma de la naturaleza o un cuadro dibujado por un niño.

Sus personajes históricos favoritos son Kiyoshi Yamashita, Enku y Toukou Shinoda. Y su comida preferida, el Soba japonés.

“Mi talento secreto forma parte de mi otro yo. Él es bueno y apacible pero a veces se convierte en un maestro duro”, añade.

Y finalmente, para desconectar de la rutina, lo que le gusta es salir, dedicarse a su jardín, trasnochar y pasar tiempo con su familia para relajarse.

 

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English:

JUN INOUE, A WINDOW OF ABSTRACTION

“Creating something new is part of my lifestyle and inspiration of my creations come from out of nowhere”, says Jun Inoue, a Japanese artist who grew up in Atsugi, Kanagawa prefecture surrounded by beautiful nature. He started his carrier in 2005 and had opportunity to work with NIKE in Portland and ASSIN, a selected shop placed in Melbourne and Sydney. Also, he has made collaboration item with Japanese fashion brand “MIHARAYASUHIRO” and performed live painting at Paris Collection in 2012.

About his working methods he explain to us that: “whenever I use ink for my artwork, I start from cleaning the working space and listen to my favorite music to warm up my body. I always keep in mind to relax and focus on what I want to express. After all, I let my body do the work. Also, there a special occasion when I start painting without following my routine process. I guess relaxing situation inspires my body to start my job without thinking”.

In 2016, he started to organize his lifework by communicating with partners who support his job in management and commercial aspect. “It might one small step, but communicating with others to create new project will definitely expands my activity and will connect to bottom up of Japanese art culture”, indicates.

The hardest thing he has ever done regarding his work was when he worked on 5m wall in heavy rainy day by himself with a ladder.

What inspires him to develop his ideas is a color and shape exists in nature or a picture drawn by kids.

His favorites historical figures are Kiyoshi Yamashita, Enku and Toukou Shinoda.

About music and food he says: “My recent favorite song is “OLIVE OIL” a track maker artist from Japan and my favorite food is Japanese Soba”.

“My secret talent is other side of me. He is kind and gentle but sometimes become hard master”, adds.

And finally, he prefers to get away from the routine after a busy day working is staying outside; gardening in daytime and starting fire at night time. Also, spending time with family is a way to reset his mind of next day.

 

www.juninoue.jp

 

 

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