To create these works, Fukahori begins by pouring a layer of resin into a vessel—such as a traditional Japanese cypress sake cups or a bamboo hat—and lets it dry for two days. He then painstakingly paints a layer of the fish’s fins, and repeats this process, adding more layers of resin and elements of the fish’s body until the work is complete. The resulting effect is surprisingly lifelike and completed with seasonal fish-tank flora. One of Fukahori’s Kingyo (which means goldfish in Japanese) sake cups can take two months to complete; his larger works take much longer. This exhibition features the artist’s largest work to date, Kingyo Sukui (The Ark) (2015), and Fukahori’s first foray into video—a piece inspired by the Japanese 11th-century poet Kamo-no-Chomei and an extension of his “Four Seasons of Rain” series (2015), which is also featured in the show.