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Sally K wrote a review Sep 2019
Kyoto, Japan16 contributions2 helpful votes
The Wild Boar of Mania is another trash artwork by Yodogawa Technique. It is made using waste collected from the Maniwa city, Okayama prefecture, located in the middle of mountains (The fish is, in contrast, made of trash in the sea). The boa is colorful and inspiring. It is displayed near the information center not right next to the fish and is planned to be displayed by the end of the autumn season of Setouchi triennale 2019. 「真庭のシシ」は「宇野のチヌ」の作者である淀川テクニックさんの作品。真庭市から芸術祭2019シーズン中は宇野お引越ししたものです。チヌのすぐ隣ではなく、インフォメーションセンターの側にあります。
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Date of experience: September 2019
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katiemcg83 wrote a review Jan 2018
Osaka, Japan101 contributions39 helpful votes
As it says above. Its made with recycled materials and bright and colourful. A good photo opportunity.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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StuartinFiji wrote a review Aug 2017
Suva, Fiji664 contributions52 helpful votes
There are actually 2 fish here, one that's the classic and another you can climb inside. No fees, just sculpture telling a story of plastics in Japan :(
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Date of experience: August 2017
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Paul P wrote a review Apr 2017
Bargara, Australia9 contributions5 helpful votes
Loved these sculptures... made from recycled materials. Bright , colourful and makes one think of how much garbage we create from our consumerist life!
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Date of experience: April 2017
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amacielmiyata wrote a review Oct 2016
Tamano, Japan10 contributions
If you're in Uno Port (likely you will be if you're going to / from the Setouchi International Art Festival, aka the Setouchi Triennale) , stop by and check out this piece made by the two Japanese artists that make up Yodogawa Technique. The art is public, and free to view.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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