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Moldovan wine will be used to play “Ikebana Sounds”

The Embassy of the Republic of Moldova in Japan initiated cooperation with the cultural envoy of Japan in 2016, a professor at Kyoto University Naoko Tosa.

She is known for her art called Ikebana Sounds, which uses sound vibrations and paints of various textures to recreate ikebana art forms, a Japanese flower arrangement based on asymmetrical triangular shapes.

The artist combines artistic traditions with the most modern technologies and organic drawings, inviting viewers to a contemplative visual connection with aspects of traditional Japanese culture. In the context of cultural cooperation, Professor Naoko Tosa will use the Wine of Moldova – a living legend to reproduce the images of “Ikebana Sounds / Sound of Ikebana”.

The presentation video of the artist can be viewed below.

youtu.be/HnMjT-EKs9I

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