Toshiaki Noda

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Toshiaki
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Artist's Statement

My work is inspired by things that show the passage of time and their histories with external stimulus such as layers in canyons accumulated and exposed over many years, weathered abandoned buildings, re-pasted and faded advertisement posters on city walls, a squashed can in a road, layered paints peeling off of a wall, and so on. These visual elements grab my attention because I love imagining what caused those physical changes. The quotidian objects have inadvertently become mysterious looking things with beautiful textures and compositions. These visual encounters influence my aesthetic sense and concepts in my work. Clay that has formed over time in a stratum of the earth and then was dug up to become a glazed art piece in a kiln, bears conceptual resemblance to the aforementioned.

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Bio

Born 1982, Arita, Saga Prefecture, Japan

Lives and works in New York City

Education

2001 Ceramic Program, Arita Technical High School, Japan

2008 BFA in Printmaking, California State University, Long Beach, CA

2010-present Associate Artist at Brick house ceramic art center, Long Island City, NY

2008-present Studio Assistant at Jeff Koons Studio, New York, NY