I had a special request from Ru to post photos of the shrine next to “Particles in the Air/ Karato” by Noe Aoki. I had to oblige, but unfortunately I didn’t get many photos. The TV crew meant I wasn’t thinking enough but it wasn’t such an interesting shrine anyways. I was there for the art, so Ru, you are lucky to get these few photos.
Particles in the Air/ Karato – Shrine is a special part of a series of posts on the Setouchi Triennale. Follow the links below to read more about the different aspects of the Setouchi Triennale.
- Dru’s Great Setouchi Triennale 2013 Misadventure
- EAT&ART TARO on Shamijima
- Food of Inujima
- Teshima – Kou and Ieura
- Teshima – Karato
- Eating on Teshima
- Ogijima (Part I)
- Ogijima (Part II)
- ONBA CAFE
- Naoshima (Benesse Art Site)
- Naoshima (Honmura & Miyanoura)
- Naoshima (Transportation)
- Takamatsu Revisited
- Takamatsu (Setouchi Triennale Edition)
- Ferries in the Setouchi Triennale
Thank you, AABCB (Afican Asia Business Consortium Brain)! The fountain looks Roman; the shrine and the sculpture looks nicely weather-worn.
OK, off hiking in Chichibu! Have a very lekker long weekend! (You’re not working, are you?)
I am working. 🙁 Only Sunday is a day off. Have fun in the hills.
Oh, the brain comment makes me think of Pinky and the Brain. 😀
Heh heh. I is English teacher. Shrine and sculpture IS! 😀
You know, I read it several times and only caught it a couple times.
You don’t spots mistakes because you’re a English teacher!
I didn’t know about Pinky and the Brain (Ru the clueless anime idiot), but I’ve just giggled my way through a few YouTube clips. Thanks for that! 😀
So today is your off day, and isn’t it an utterly perfect day? ENJOY!