"Suite" The world connected by sound and music links us. Kaoru Shibuta translate musical notes into images and contemporary installations. In addition, through local culture and energy of atmosphere, he create a poetic symphony composed of images, colours and harmony, which is a perfect fusion between nature, music and art.
"If Mozart is the one who composes music to link the terrestrial world to the celestial world, I am the one who undertakes him to propagate it with my painting. If Beethoven composed to surpass philosophy,then I undertake to give them a shape with my paintings. J・S・Bach is the old testament Bible of the classical music."
Rediscover the heart of Wazuka in familiar things. I started my research by feeling the view from Harayama, and when I walked around the town, I came across something lively. Sprouts popping out of a well-organized tea plantation, children's singing voices, weeds breaking through asphalt, herds of monkeys, the warmth of the townspeople. Based on this experience, he created four paintings like orchestral music.
Scenery: View from Harayama ~ Andante ~ Like walking
Suite No. 1 Back to the nature ~ Vivace ~ Actively
Theme: The boundary between people and nature
A sprout that escapes from the frame of a tea plantation. People pick it up when they try to return to their original form from artificial nature. Even if pesticides are applied, the shoots are still in good shape.
Suite No. 2 New green leaves ~ Animato ~ Lively and lively
Theme: Sprouts of the human world
Translate the Wazuka Ondo sung by children into a painting and finish it to play. Even if you sing an old song, the child's voice has a childishness. Freedom that is not bound by the frame.
Suite No. 3 Monkey time ～Super Prestissimo～ Super fast
Theme: The boundary between people and the wild. Wildly naked.
Inspiration from the majestic monkeys, the weeds that break through the asphalt, and the thunder before dawn. Play, mischief, break, rob.
Suite No. 4 GRANDMA
～ Grave ～ Heavy and solemn
Theme: Wisdom, invisible
Painting "Tenor" Call "
" A painting to make "Grandma" appear in the center of Wazuka in response to the soprano "Wazuka".