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This month's exhibition tip comes from  Transmitter friend and former student, Aiko Tezuka! Hailing from Japan and based in Berlin, Tezuka is an accomplished artist, creating “intricate fabric installations and objects that explore themes related to the culture, industry, and history of the global textile enterprise” through processes of weaving and unweaving.

She currently has an exhibition on view at Galerie Michael Janssen, called ‘Dear Oblivion - 親愛なる忘却へ’, which explores these themes and processes further, with “critical emphasis on the deconstruction, reexamination, and reconstruction of the relationships between past and present, Japan and Western Europe, and art and craft.”

The exhibition runs until November 16, 2019 at Galerie Michael Janssen, Potsdamer Straße 63, 10785 Berlin. It runs concurrently with an exhibition of the same name, also with works by Tezuka, currently held at Spiral, an arts and cultural centre in Tokyo. For more information, please visit the Galerie Michael Janssen website.

Photo by: Lepkowski Studios, Berlin