Artwork No. na15-B
Art House Project "Ishibashi"
Creating art from “tangible memory”
A century-old home and warehouse were transformed into an art installation. Works include a giant waterfall and a cliff scene painted on sliding paper screens.
Art House Project
The Art House Project restores traditional Naoshima houses, temples and shrines and transforms them into art spaces. Located in a ‘living’ district, they are interwoven with memories of a time when these dwellings were homes. The project began in 1998, and seven buildings are currently open to the public.