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minä perhonen
by minagawa akira

We create objects and things from the inspiration we get from such shapeless sources as thoughts and
visions. Within our daily routine, those things then connect back to new senses of memory and fantasy, and
we believe that it is this cycle that defines the relationship with our planet that we humans have developed
through our daily life on it. Just like situations of mutual delight, dignity and appreciation, the processes of
creating things that are part of this relationship involve invisible emotional capacities. In my view, these
capacities are where the very fascination of design stems from. A single piece of cloth(ing) exudes the
passion of the respective material's or product's manufacturer that emerged from the foundation of creativity,
and inspires new memories by converting that passion into joy and happiness in the user's everyday life.
Those memories eventually become seeds of new creativity that are sown on the soil of society, where they
continue to produce new things.
The title of this exhibition, "Tsuzuku" ("to continue") was inspired by the idea to integrate the various cycles of
thoughts, things and memories; of the creator's and the user's enjoyment; and of materials on the earth, into a
comprehensive view focusing on aspects of "thought, matter and life."
We hope that you will sense such cyclic, "continuous" relationships also in the design of the mina perhonen brand.

Akira Minagawa


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