Noriko Ambe “Shadows and Synchronicity”

Maho Kubota Gallery

poster for Noriko Ambe “Shadows and Synchronicity”
[Image: ©︎Ambe Noriko / Maho Kubota Gallery]

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Ambe’s art is characterized by three-dimensional works created by using a razor-sharp blade to cut into white sheets of paper or pages from books and then stacking hundreds of sheets together. Two decades have already passed since the artist began what she describes as cutting projects. Now she is embarking on a new challenge based on her present perspective.

This exhibition of new works presents art based on a different system from previous exhibitions, albeit incorporating cabinets as an important element. Based on the new system, the show reveals provocative art created through the contrast, fusion, and resonance of the solid functionality of cabinet structures and frames with her work with paper, which seems to symbolize the flow of consciousness and movement of organic energy.



from February 07, 2020 to March 07, 2020


Noriko Ambe



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