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Midori Mitamura - Green on the Mountain

(lifePR) (Berlin, ) Green on the Mountain is the first solo exhibition of the Japanese artist Midori Mitamura in Berlin. In her work the artist explores the infinite possibilities of memory and record. She conceives her installations as a drama into which people can get involved.

Starting point for the exhibition at uqbar is a found black and white photograph of a bygone era. It shows people at their leisure in a mountain landscape, possibly the Alpes. Though the photo came to the artist by chance, the exhibition appears as a joyful hommage to family or friends. Displayed are moments and memories which have long since passed. Through the suggestive atmosphere of the installation with photos, objects, green light and sound the viewer may imagine the people's past, brought to life in our time.

Midori Mitamura, born 1964 in Aichi/Japan, lives and works in Tokyo. Green on the Mountain was part of the artist's exhibition in 2006 at the Secession inVienna. The show at uqbar is curated by Michiko Ogura and supported by SHISEIDO and the EU-Japan Fest.

Opening Thursday, August 30, 2012, 7 p.m.
Finissage Saturday, September 22, 2012, 7 p.m.
Duration August 31 - September 22, 2012

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