Fantasy in Indeterminate Form Ushio NAKAZAWA (Jikan-ha) [1963/2005]
Manifesto of the Jikan-Ha Group (1962)
In May 1962 the Jikan-Ha Group staged an exhibition in Tokyo where they handed out their manifesto, written by Nakazawa Ushio. It suggests that as reality is a construct the artist must be in a constant state of flux, adapting to changes in his or her surroundings. It stresses the artist mustn’t be fixed to any single ideology. Jikan-Ha means School of Time and the manifesto sets out a new path for how the artist should work with temporality and the times he or she inhabits.
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