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Announcing Lindi Shi ‘s Exhibition “再•度 Re: told”

We are pleased to announce an exhibition 再•度 Re: told by Lindi Shi on July 26 (Thu) to 28 (Sat), as a result of her activity during her stay at Studio Kura.

Lindi Shi 石琳迪 focuses on printmaking and book art. She comes from China but she has been living in US since 2013. She just graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison with
a bachelor degree in fine art and Mathematics. After her residency in Studio Kura, she is going to pursuit her Master of fine art degree in Rhode Island School of Design.

Here are some words from the artist herself.

What makes a story and what makes the art exhibition? The idea behind interaction is allowing the audience to fully participate with the gallery so that one print can generate many narratives, and from the narratives, the artist will create artworks from these narratives. This exhibition is not about the fixed art pieces but the endless communication between the artist, art pieces, and the audiences.

Lindi Shi 石琳迪 “再•度 Re: told”
Exhibition style: woodcut, drawing, installation
Date: July 26(Thursday) to 28(Saturday), 11:00 to 18:00, free entrance

* We will hold an exhibition closing party and an artist talk on 28th (Sat), starting at 15:30.
* The exhibitions by other current residence artists will be also held on the same dates.

Lindi Shi

Lindi Shi 石 琳迪 (China) Residence: June to July 2018

Lindi Shi focuses on printmaking and book art. She comes from China but she has been living in US since 2013. She just graduated from the University of Wisconsin – Madison with
a bachelor degree in fine art and Mathematics. After her residency in Studio Kura, she is going to pursuit her Master of fine art degree in Rhode Island School of Design.

Lindi believes that memories determine who we are. Her works are about her living experiences and folktales. Her inspiration mainly comes from her family, friends and oral
stories. Her goal is to create the intractable art pieces where the audiences can be part of the exhibition.

Lindi always has passion about Japan. She likes Japanese food and animations. Recently she is obsessed to papermaking, especially Japanese washi paper.
During her time in Studio Kura, Lindi wants to finish up a book project her has been working on for 4 months and explore the potential of artist books.

– Lindi Shi’s website

Childhood (I)

Story of BigFoot (2)