REVIEW: Aiko Tezuka's "Certainty / Entropy"@ Third Floor - Hermès

Jun 11, 2014 7:09AM

The works of Japanese artist Aiko Tezuka are beautiful mutilations. Her fastidiously conceived swathes of fabric are intricately spun, measured, then deliberately cut to shreds, in a quirky allusion to the three mythological Fates of Greek mythology. But while the shear-wielding Atropos snipped the threads of life, Tezuka incises the warp and weft, altering the essential composition and structure.


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