SYU IRO 「朱色 しゅいろ」- site-specific permanent outside installation or pavilion at Minamioguni-machi, Japan.
In Japanese, 'SYU IRO' means 'Kind of Red Colour' traditionally used in Torii gates and objectively being perceived as bright orange. Sometimes, you can also hear it is being referred to as a 'Traditional Japanese Red'.
I arrived to Japan without any specific plan apart from a firm intention to build a space out of Oguni-cedar [-sugi, in Japanese] using Japanese joint techniques...
Location: Tanoharu 6953, Minamioguni-machi, Aso-gun, Kuamoto Prefecture, Japan.
Dimension: 5.000 x 1.100 –5.000 x 1.500 – 20.000 [mm]
Art Residency: 2014 Artists-in-Residence Programme in Aso