Contains 300 examples of Japanese outsider art, including ceramics, textiles, paintings, sculpture and drawings, by 46 artists, all of whom are residents and day patients at social welfare institutions on the main island of Honshu. 'Language' explores the creative release of visual expression for artists for whom verbal or written communication is challenging and includes Takanori Herai's diary of hieroglyphics and Toshiko Yamanishi's kaleidoscopic love letters to her mother. Works in 'Representation' and 'Relationships' include Satoshi Nishikawa's surreal sculptures of fruit, which are made from dense aggregates of small ceramic rabbits. Works in the 'Culture' section of the show aim to challenge the myth of outsider art as being solely reflective of the interior mind, and include Daisuke Kibushi's immacu...just kidding:
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