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Juno Mizobuchi溝渕珠能

Sceneries before they become verbalized. Perception that exists before physical objects.

When we see a "Scenery" in our everyday life, we perceive it through a filter of our own experiences, words we use, and names we have given.

JUNO's works are represented in a compound of colors and shapes, without any motif; the "Sceneries" he presents cannot be easily interpreted or explained through our conventional rule of thumb or the way we looking at things.

Only when we remove the filters that have been ingrained in our cognitive system, and open ourselves to these "Sceneries," can we perceive how we truly see things and what we find innately beautiful, in a pure state of consciousness. His artwork, in that sense, is a representation of the viewer themselves, who is looking at the artwork.

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タイトル:DIY Art Market 2020 ポスター,担当:イラストレーション、デザイン,年:2020,国:イギリス

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Juno Mizobuchi溝渕珠能

When we see a "Scenery" in our everyday life, we perceive it through a filter of our own experiences, words we use, and names we have given.

JUNO's works are represented in a compound of colors and shapes, without any motif; the "Sceneries" he presents cannot be easily interpreted or explained through our conventional rule of thumb or the way we looking at things.

Only when we remove the filters that have been ingrained in our cognitive system, and open ourselves to these "Sceneries," can we perceive how we truly see things and what we find innately beautiful, in a pure state of consciousness. His artwork, in that sense, is a representation of the viewer themselves, who is looking at the artwork.


Born in Kagawa, 1992. Graduated from section of illustration, faculty of design, Kyoto Seika University. He mainly produces paintings and also exhibits his work, provides artworks and produces murals.

He’s trying to create the work that let him find himself by doing simple and small actions.

Landscape paintings, landscape photographs, and a bird's-eye view from a high place etc...when you imagine a , you think of it as a scene.

Landscapes exsist only when one affirms that the field of vision that one is seeing is real, and then understands and recognizes the field of vision with the knowledge learned in life.

There is no motif in my paintings. They are composed of the arrangement of colors and shapes, and the space.

We can never see the "intangible landscape" that existed before we recognized it as a landscape, but I think that the screen created by small elements are connected to that landscape.

The image of all things reflected in the view beyond the words we individually have may appear there.

What I draw is a collection of past landscapes, which extracts some image of a huge landscape. So it's a landscape, but the degree of focus depends on the viewer.

If you focus on an object in the landscape, it's a thing. But the important thing is that what follows next is the landscape again.