Keiko Miyamori “Surfaces of Time”

Toki-no-Wasuremono

poster for Keiko Miyamori “Surfaces of Time”

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Miyamori uses natural materials like handmade washi paper and charcoal to create tree rubbings (copying the texture of the bark onto the paper with charcoal), which she uses to wrap natural and manmade objects; she also uses transparent resin to encase natural objects and her own works. She currently has an atelier in New York, and travels between there and Japan while creating paintings, sculptures, and installations.

For this exhibition, Miyamori will create rubbings from trees around the gallery in Komagome, like those at Komagome Fuji Shrine and the Toyo Bunko Museum. She will use the gallery building as part of an installation made by layering the local rubbins.

Miyamori will hold a remote gallery talk which will be posted on the gallery’s YouTube channel.

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from September 25, 2020 to October 17, 2020
By appointment only. (Please visit official website for the details.), Open on Tuesdays to Saturdays only, Exhibition Hours 11:00-19:00

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Keiko Miyamori

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