OHGITA KATSUYA CAST GLASS HOUSES

Sometimes they resemble ice, cut from the North Pole; sometimes they are reminiscent of drops of water, falling from the trees in the depths of a dense forest, evoking an image of light and inviting us to participate in a new fantasy of luminosity. Moreover, the rough texture of the plaster mold remains on the glass, creating a semi-transparent finish that has the appearance of being covered in a powder. At pm, June 14 Thurs , “I hope that the surface of the simple forms of the glass, become one with the light that resides within, making the viewer realize afresh the existence of light. The conical forms of ‘AURA’ represent an image of vitality or a microcosm – the shape has movement while the deep red, jet black and ruby colors possess great energy. The light that fills the interior of which, becomes one with the faint lines engraved into the surface; along with the color, they resemble a three-dimensional painting in which a story seems about to be born, providing us with an intimation of the future. Even though it may not resemble glass at first glance, as long as the result is something that can only be achieved through glass, I am happy. The works in this exhibition can be broadly divided into three types:

The light that is confined within these subdued colors and forms creates a tension that seems about to burst out, while simultaneously presenting a gentle warmth. Again, it does not matter if it does not look like glass, as long as it is. Metal, glass and ceramics are all related”. This is then packed with glass fragments and the mold and glass are heated together in an electric oven to cause the glass to melt. The addition of silver will create an amber tone while copper will create blue and in this respect, it can be said to resemble the glazes used in ceramics. The conical forms of ‘AURA’ represent an image of vitality or a microcosm – the shape has movement while the deep red, jet black and ruby colors possess great energy. As the leader of a new kind of plastic art in Japan, Ohgita holds numerous exhibitions throughout the country; his works are included in the collections of numerous museums in Japan, Germany and other institutions around the world.

Curiosities

Its name derives from the fact that unlike hot casting, in which molten glass is poured into hokses mold, fragments of glass are placed in the mold at room temperature then heated. The addition of silver will create ohgitw amber tone while copper will create blue and in this ohgkta, it can be said to resemble the glazes used in ceramics.

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It can be said that one reason why Ohgita’s glass works harbor a dense gravity is due to the fact that he specialized in metal casting while he was in art school. Even though it may not resemble glass at first glance, as long as the result is something that can only be achieved through glass, I am happy. This is then packed with glass fragments and the mold and glass are heated together in an electric oven to cause the glass to melt. The original shape is made using clay, then, using heat-resistant plaster, a female mold is taken from this.

The works in this exhibition can be broadly divided into three types: Again, it does not matter if katduya does not look like glass, as long as it is. The works are created through the fusion of the Japanese aesthetic-simple forms from which superfluous decoration has been eliminated but possessing adequate coloring-with the cold cast technique that was developed by ancient civilizations of Mesopotamia.

The ‘CUBE’ series features colorless, semitransparent glass that reflects the true flavor of cast glass. This exhibition will introduce works that belong largely to three different series. He says that glass casting differs little from casting metal or ceramic, but that the ‘confined light’ which derives from the ‘transparency’ of glass, is what gives his current work meaning.

Katsuya Ohgita

The light that fills the interior of which, becomes one with the faint lines engraved into the surface; along with the color, they resemble a three-dimensional painting in which a story seems about to glsss born, providing us with an intimation of the future. Sometimes they resemble ice, cut from the North Pole; sometimes they are reminiscent of drops of water, falling from the trees in the depths of a dense forest, evoking an image of light and inviting us to participate in a new fantasy of luminosity.

It will be comprised of approximately 30 works, large and small, created using the cold cast glass technique. We look forward to seeing him produce works in a variety of media in the future.

The light that is confined within these subdued colors and forms creates a tension that seems about to burst out, while simultaneously presenting a gentle warmth.

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Unlike glass blowing, in which the glass is formed while it is a molten form, the glass fragments melt together inside the oven making it possible to create delicate gradations in the color of the glass.

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At pm, June 14 Thurs”I hope that the surface of the simple forms of the glass, become one with the light that resides within, making the viewer realize afresh the existence of light. This effect in which the texture of the mold remains in the surface texture of the work, can also be seen in Ohgita’s metal casting works and terracotta works that he has produced in recent years.

He graduated in metal casting from Kanazawa College of Art inbut katsuyq by the studio glass movement that was flourishing in America at that time s onwardshe became fascinated by the plasticity, brilliance of color and transparency possessed by glass, and for the last thirty years or so, has devoted himself to this field. Moreover, the rough texture of the plaster mold remains on the glass, creating a semi-transparent finish that has the appearance of being covered in a powder.

Katsuya Ohgita’s glass works renew the viewer’s awareness of the existence of light.

Metal, glass and ceramics are all related”. As the leader of a new kind of plastic art in Japan, Ohgita holds numerous exhibitions throughout the country; his hohses are included in the collections of numerous museums in Japan, Germany and other institutions around the world. Katsuha light blue color that is created through the use of copper powder seems as deep as the sea. The artist will present a talk on his work on the opening day.

The technique was largely abandoned as a result of the development of glass blowing, but it came back into vogue with the studio glass movement that began in the s.

The conical katsuyya of ‘AURA’ represent an image of vitality or a microcosm – the shape has movement while the deep red, jet black and ruby colors possess great energy.