Masahide Kudo

Japan, Yokohama – Kanagawa


I draw nature and space, an event that I sensed bodily somewhere and experienced. Time transferred to paper through the hand.
Events, and experiences that sink to the depths of  memory and accumulate as memory.
When I face a canvas or a sheet of paper, I express the accumulated memory and something of my DNA through manual movement. It becomes shape and colour as it is expressed.
I recognize it as part of myself and memory once again.
I want to connect with the outside world through memory.
I think of the ancient people who faced the wall in a cave of Lascaux.