A traditional Japanese home will not have art on the walls. The concept of aesthetics in Japan is seen as an integral part of life and therefore the culture. All items and utensils are placed out of site. However, when the visual is celebrated, it is given its own space in a designated alcove known as a tokonoma and there one piece of art is placed to be contemplated in a meditative manner. This is striking, as the attitude given here to the domestic environment is the same as how in the West fine art is revered in the white cube gallery space. 

In this collabrative project between nag Gallery and eN Arts in Kyoto Japan, a single work by Jane Proctor is exhibited from her exhibition ' Red '

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