Monocolumn: Better Living Through Artistry
The Setouchi International Art Festival combines world-class art with revitalising the neglected island communities of Japan.
It is difficult to know which is more surprising. The presence of a shimmering installation of mirrored glass coiled across the interior of a ramshackle old farm shed. Or the fact that at its entrance sits an unusually fresh-faced young girl with a straw hat and a pair of dungarees – a distinct anomaly in Japan’s ageing rural community where most people are pushing 80.
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