February 12 12–6PM
I watch the sun set for a while sitting on a wooden bench on the road.
Light spreads all over the area, and the orange color surrounds the world and loses consciousness.
The sweet scent of fragrant olive arouses me. Where on the earth is this?
Inside the glass pasted where the light shines in, freed from labor and spend a while resting.
inge is pleased to present Vague Time, an inaugural show of new works by Daisuke Fukunaga. In tandem with Fukunaga’s Tokyo restaurant project Finger in the Soup, a curry recipe provided by Fukunaga will be prepared and served every Sunday.
Daisuke Fukunaga (b. 1981 Tokyo, Japan) lives and works in Tokyo, Japan and graduated from Tama Art University in 2004. Recent solo and group exhibitions include Labor at Tomio Koyama Gallery (Tokyo, Japan), Natsuyasumi: In the Beginning Was Love at Nonaka-Hill (Los Angeles, CA), Fifteen Painters at Andrew Kreps Gallery (New York, NY) The Alpha and the Omega at Uriwari Sekitei Park (Yamagata, Japan), “waiting in vain at statements (Tokyo, Japan), COOL INVITATIONS 4 at XYZ collective (Tokyo, Japan) and Sayonara Jupiter at 356 Mission (Los Angeles, CA). Fukunaga is also a member of the artist group MIHOKANNO, and has participated in group exhibitions “Hello MIHOKANNO” (Tokyo Wonder Site Shibuya, Tokyo, 2009) and “GOOD NIGHT MIHOKANNO” (Akibatamabi 21, 3331 Arts Chiyoda, 2011). Fukunaga won the first Kinutani Koji Award sponsored by the Mainichi Shimbun in 2009.