Message from Roger McNulty

Message from Yumi Nagano

Steel is strong, useful and ubiquitous.
As useful as the rare metals

I have used to represent some of the manufacturing processes.
Its fragility, is that while its manufacture creates work, the working communities move on within several generations depending on supplies of ore, coal, limestone and labour.

Plus, the process of its manufacture produces greenhouse gasses, so people benefit from

steel - but it costs the earth.
This is a warning from eggs (food)
One third of food is abandoned on Earth now
This amount means that 2 billion people 's food is thrown away
From the food to be discarded, carbon dioxide emissions are estimated to be 3.3 billion tons per year
Food discards emit huge amounts of greenhouse gases
Therefore, abnormal weather occurs
The frequency of occurrence is rising sharply
It is certain that humans have some impact on the global climate change and ecosystem
Is not it that they are destroying while saying that human beings are evolving?
Is human beings evolved more than anyone of the creatures that are really living in the Earth?

Arrogance...   Insolence...  Pride... Haughtiness...
Eaten and thrown away, but still the egg (food) is silent
A silent resistance from food may start

Now humans should reconsider their feet

No Shell Shock !

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What a lovely exhibition. Congratulations !

Yumi Nagano has brought a unique, unusual and fun installation to POSK Gallery for
the Duo exhibition with Roger McNulty in August this year. 

The gallery was transformed into a space where the dozens of different shapes and 
sizes ‘poached’ eggs were scattered over the floor, walls, doors and plinths. What made it 
unusual was the three dimensional aspect of it. 

The artist, Yumi Nagano, provided special glasses for use by the visitors, who would put 
them on and suddenly, the eggs would start to float above the floor and off the walls, moving 
about as though in a special dance. This was achieved through a combination of a 3D printing 
process and the use of coloured glasses that were specially provided for this purpose. 

It was the first time that Yumi Nagano exhibited in London. Despite of the holiday period and 
relatively quiet time at the Private View, the gallery received many positive comments from 
the visitors that were passing through every day, some of them visiting London from far away
places. It was the first time that such an installation was exhibited in the gallery and it made
a very successful duo with the abstract, evocative paintings of steelworks by Roger McNulty.

Joanna Ciechanowska
Director, Posk Gallery

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