shito shito by Aya Ito
28 September – 19 November 2023
Opening Reception 28 September 2023, 16:00 – 20:00 hrs.
ATTA Gallery is pleased to invite you to the opening reception of the 2nd solo exhibition of Aya Ito, a Japanese artist who lives and practices in Thailand, on Thursday 28 September 2023 between 16:00 – 20:00 hrs. The artist will be present at the opening reception. The exhibition runs till 19 November 2023 and will be a part of Galleries Night on 10 November 2023.
About the Exhibition
Shito shito is an onomatopoeia that is used in Japanese language to describe the quiet sound of a drizzling rainfall.
When I look at shito shito rainfall, I feel like I am in a state of emptiness…as if all troubles in my heart and my mind get thoroughly cleansed by it.
At the end of each fallen rain drop, water splashes lightly. And when a flower blooms, it is properly nourished by the rain.
Droplets of water, formed in a cloud high up in the sky, fell from the sky as rainfalls and made the flowers bloom on the ground.
I wanted to capture the beauty of these fleeting moments in this series of work.
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About ATTA Gallery
Founded in 2010, ATTA Gallery is the first gallery in Thailand to specialize in Contemporary Art Jewelry.
In 2022, ATTA Gallery has broadened its scope to offer a variety of distinctive contemporary art, craft and design, with a special interest in materiality of art, by local and international creators.
Curatorial program at ATTA Gallery aims to create dialogues between different types of contemporary art, craft and design objects exhibiting together in exhibition settings, dialogues between local and international artists, as well as dialogues between the viewers and the pieces shown.
ATTA Gallery assists visitors to the gallery in connecting with collectible pieces of contemporary art, craft and design that are expressive of their unique identities so that they can add them to their houses and make their home environments reflective of how individualistic they and their lifestyles truly are.