- Transportation Methods
- Rush Hour
- P for Pink
- Picnic in the Sky
- Even in the Rain
- Very Fun Park
collage on paper
- Pinknic 野餐吧
1F, No.9, Aly. 27, Ln. 216, Sec. 4, Zhongxiao E. Rd.
Rabbit and crocodiles run along with a colorful fleet of scooters? A bunch of brightly colored balloons effortlessly lifts a scooter into the sky. Vehicles line up to form the shape of a roof, whose deep blue window and yellow door represent the warmth of a beckoning home, as well as our eagerness for home after a day’s hard work.
Earlier this summer, Iwasaki spent a month in Taiwan and had a wonderful and exciting time. “My work acts as my travel diary in a visual format.…crowded busy streets, heat, rain, spending time with good people like friends and family, experiencing livelihood, energy, and excitement in Taiwan. The things you see in my work are abstract and symbolic forms of things I encountered with, thought about, and felt on a specific day or during a period of time. I hope viewers can feel my excitement and experience through my work – in their own personal ways.”
During his stay, Iwasaki visited Pinkinc Café and experienced its relaxing ambience of picnic pleasure amidst the boisterous Taipei East Area. The warm and pleasant venue opens early in the morning and allows customers to enjoy a nice meal at anytime of the day. The restaurant serves homemade continental brunch in set menu, coupled with homemade sauces, open sandwiches and tea from Le Marais, France. Also provided are some antique European and American cutlery, just to show how easy it can be to enjoy a nice picnic.