Tokyo’s Task Museum will be hosting “Panta Rei”, an exhibition of ceramic pieces, organized by the Italian Cultural Institute in Osaka in partnership with the Task Museum. “Panta rei” the famous assertion ascribed to the Greek philosopher Heraclitus of Ephesus, reminds us that everything flows, nothing abides and as a result it is not possible to step twice into the same river because everything is subjected to the law of change. ‘Panta rei’ conveys an awareness of an ephemeral Nature, in a world characterized by constant transformations. The exhibition, which will run from 6 August to 30 August, is a very engaging journey across the transience and apparent immobility of Nature through the language of ceramics. On display will be works by the artists belonging to the Collettivo C13 group (Stefano Giglio, Elena Lombardi and Matteo Bagolin) and by Japanese artists Yumiko Murata, Aya Yamamoto, Yoshiko Oshima, Hiroko Hatabu, Hitomi Iwasaki, Rie Miyatake, Masatoshi Takamori and Yukio Yoshida. Journalist Kazuko Nakajima from RadiosakuraFM radio station is due to interview Stefano Giglio, Elena Lombardi and Rie Miyatake, accompanied by Maestro Shogoro Nomura.