Thursday, March 6, 2014
Installations with a difference
How often do you go to a museum or gallery and feel lost because of the large scale of what you are looking at? I just came across a great introduction to the work of Chiharu Shiota, a conceptual Japanese artist, written by Richard Rabel on his blog The Modern Sybarite. Shiota's artist's work is very intriguing because of its smaller, more intimate scale and the way she uses everyday materials.
Rabel begins ...
I felt an immediate attraction to the work of this artist because the themes explored and how she uses everyday materials.
Take a look .