Kiyomi Uozumi and Tetsuhiro Uozumi, who have been collaborating since 2004, have sought to use the medium of storytelling to comprehend and share fragile worlds. It is easy to use a language system to share the outline of a story, but sharing everything that it made you think or feel is difficult, because it is hard to put those things into words. Kiyomi and Tetsuhiro Uozumi create works that make us understand the gaps that emerge in a single story, and explore the real meaning of sharing by experiencing some narratives in the installation.
Their interest in cause and eect, and their fondness for abject materials and casual apparatus—unneeded object, cables, and electric fans lead to artfully informal assemblages of objects that often beget real results, slight as we may be.
Japanese artist unit Kiyomi and Tetsuhiro work a kind of stoner explore, our easygoing experiment-based practice with cook books how to make a story of “ ——” .