【Art × Creative reading】 Story inspired by a painting


This is a blog that introduces contemporary art works that can be hung in your home.

I would like to share with you the joy of incorporating art into your daily life.

I hope that by looking at the artworks and artists, you will be able to encounter a special piece of art for yourself. 

This time, I would like to introduce a collaboration of art and recitation.

This is a creative recitation by Naoko Goko (vice president of Shonan ART BASE), a recitation artist.

Please enjoy her original stories inspired by a painting.

Recitation (with subtitles)


【Naoko Goko】

Recitation artist.

She reads stories she created based on art works.

As a child, she was not able to express her emotions well. This led to a desire to speak and move, and she entered the world of theater when she was in college. After graduation, she became interested in languages and became a Japanese language teacher. Later, by chance, she became involved in the planning and management of a contemporary art gallery. Currently, she organizes children’s art classes at Shonan Art Base.

She aims to create a place for creation and expression where everyone can truly enjoy each other’s lives.

Click here to watch a video interview about Shonan ART BASE from this blog.

Click here to watch a video interview with “TRUE COLORS,” an art class and atelier for everyone, one of the activities of Shonan Art Base, from this blog.

You can watch Naoko Goko’s creative recitation from here.

Enjoy contemporary artworks in your home or office! 

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Thank you for reading to the end.
Have a good encounter with a work!
This was DE art.

Recitation  : Naoko Goko

Artwork   : “Mirai e Sake” by Ken Asahina

Cooperation : Shonan ART BASE

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Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)