“The character of bushes and grass is one factor, however there are a lot of levels of nature. Concrete could be nature. Interstellar areas are additionally nature. There’s human nature. Within the metropolis, it’s a must to have a brand new nature. Possibly it’s a must to create that nature.” — Isamu Noguchi (1970)
White Dice Bermondsey is happy to current A New Nature, an exhibition of works by Isamu Noguchi (1904–88) conceived in collaboration with The Isamu Noguchi Basis and Backyard Museum. The exhibition takes its title from a chat Noguchi gave to college students on the San Francisco Artwork Institute in 1970 the place he urged them to forge ‘a brand new nature’ from the supplies of urbanisation and know-how they encountered round them. Bringing collectively a number of our bodies of labor that mirror the artist’s makes an attempt to make us aware of his broader understanding of nature, the works on present make use of industrial strategies and supplies, but attraction to our consciousness of what’s natural.