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Cat’s Narrow Road
by Torch press 

The exhibition “Cat’s Narrow Road” at Toyota Municipal Art Museum introduces contemporary artworks that evoke the freedom, wildness, humor, and nonsensical behavior of cats – unfettered creatures flowing back and forth between hollows –inside and outside– as they please, with the ability to deviate from linguistic order. In this show with six artists and one architect duo, the love for what we feel is familiar and the existences overlooked in society emerge not only in the simple representation of cats but also in the questioning of the ubiquitous. These artists’ and architects’ works appear in the exhibition spaces but further go out to decorate the ceilings, hallways, and even the tea rooms; through such stretches and inversions of space, they guide us to step out of our consolidated concepts of values.

This exhibition catalog is composed of installation views intertwined with a few scenes of the exhibition seen from the perspective of cats. Essays and studies by Norimizu Ameya, Tomoko Shimizu, and Yoko Nose accompany the texts written by each artist. Like the type of paper that softens the whole book and the rough fore-edge mimicking the cat scratch, hints that physically remind us of cats are also incorporated in this book design by Daisuke Kano.
Artists: Taro Izumi, Sayako Kishimoto, Hideyuki Nakayama + Taichi Sunayama, Tam Ochiai, Emi Otaguro, Ken Sasaki, Teppei Sotome

Size: 21x15cm
Page: 210
Languages: Japanese / English
Publisher: Torch press 
Year: 2023

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