Materijų skambesys | Aušros muziejaus e-parduotuvė

The sound of matter


The author of the publication and curator of the exhibition Jūratė Kaučikaitė. Publisher Šiauliai "Aušros" Museum Publishing House, 2020.

22,00

Availability: 50 in stock

Categories: ,

The project “The Sound of Matter”, an exhibition with educational activities, brings together two subjects: contemporary jewellery and Japanese art. Woodblock prints have been known in Japan since the 9th century. They were popularised in the East by Buddhist monks. Until the 17th century, printing with woodblocks was a convenient way to restore and multiply written (mainly religious) texts.

What unites jewellery and Japanese ukiyo-e engravings? It is attention to nuances and details, sophistication, subtlety, aesthetic purity and harmony. Nature, naturalness and aesthetics is the main, uniting idea of the exhibition. The exhibition is for visitors who are interested in contemporary jewellery and for those who admire Japanese culture. The combination of traditional and contemporary art brings attention to changes and movement in art.

Compiler

Jūratė Kaučikaitė

Designer

Publisher

Šiaulių „Aušros" muziejus

Year

2020

Language

English - Lithuanian

Pages

The catalogue consists of two parts: the first part (Japanese engraving catalogue) consists of 60 pages, the second part (catalogue of the exhibition "The Sound of Matter") consists of 40 pages.

Cover

Soft

Dimensions (length x width x thickness)

20 x 21 x 1 cm

Circulation

100

Isbn

Japanese Engraving Catalog – 978-9986-766-66-7.
Catalogue of exhibition "The Sound of Matter" – 978-9986-766-67-4.

Scroll to Top