Tsuyoshi Ozawa, Untitled, soy sauce on paper, 2006
Tsuyoshi Ozawa’s art is based on dialogue, interaction and communication rather than an isolated studio practice striving for a unique object. Drawing on the dynamics of everyday life and human interactions, Ozawa combines real-life incidents, situations and materials to create works which draw attention to ideas and issues central to social and political life.1
On our trips to Japan in 2006, people in the local Arts Community who viewed our Match Box Gallery kept mentioning Tsuyoshi Ozawa's Nasubi Gallery. Following our trip, we met him at APT5 2006 in Brisbane where he was showing Nasubi Gallery and could understand why...
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