Art is Always a Form of Protest at the Olympic Games
Japanese artist Miwako Sakauchi of the images once is in contact with a group of artists who organized an anti-Olympic exhibition tour in the summer. Her product was emphasized in an exhibition in February.
Miwako Sakauchi in the studio, brushing her curls in a damaged carton and paper, and with the help of the five colours, is designated as the symbol of the modern Olympic games.
According to Sakauchi, her works, titled “The Storm,” show “anger, fear, anxiety, and a sense of conflict and violence on development, and the residents of the felled trees to build a massive Olympic stadium.
“I can’t think of it as a ‘peace festival’ in this situation. This is a complete load of crap.”
The Japanese people are largely denied hosting the Olympic Games in Tokyo next month, with the global pandemic. Research has shown that while external differences, such as the protests, have been virtually non-existent.
One of the less well-known sources from which people express their frustration and fear at the Olympic Games was an art.
T-shirts, drawings, and other works of art have become a form of protest against the decision to hold competitions for medical records and public opposition. Government officials have responded to, and in some cases, due to the demands that are sometimes a producer of art and objects will be deleted, and the artists have to say that their liberties will be restricted.
“What can I do instead of going to protests is the use of my experience in the art world,” Sakauchi said her motivation for producing the album. I have never taken part in street protests and political issues in my nature as art in the past, but the Tokyo Olympics were the turning point.
With the risk of contracting the virus, you can prevent the scholars from the streets to vent their frustration. In contrast to Rio de Janeiro in 2016, thousands of people were walking around for weeks at the most recent Olympic Games and the recent protests in Japan, and I didn’t take more than a few dozen people.
Sakauchi is made of these images only after contacting a group of artists who organized an anti-Olympic exhibition tour in the summer.
The main organizer of the show, But Koyama nice, said it was his professional duty to protest, even though he knows that many Japanese people did not dare to express their opinions openly.
“We are the artists. To do not only exist if they are not expressed, ” Koyama nice, 45, said in an interview with the Associated Press. More than 20 artists gathered to participate in the project.
Another artist who is also a member of the anti-Olympic exhibition is accompanied by a 52-year-old Sachihiro Glaga, a social worker and a doctor in a clinic near the Yokohama Stadium, where the Olympic baseball and softball games will be held. He said Tokyo and Yokohama, the country’s largest cities, have honed their homeless policy due to the Olympic games. The public areas that were once open are now covered with coloured traffic cones and other obstacles, ” he said.
He tried to illustrate a movement and a producer of motifs in his paintings from the marathon and the National Stadium.
Some of the anti-Olympic art and the developers say that their freedom of speech has been limited, even though their feelings are in line with the growing social disapproval of the game.
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