Tomoko Shioyasu, ‘Differentiation’, 2013, Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper, Synthetic paper, SCAI The Bathhouse
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Tomoko Shioyasu

Differentiation, 2013

Synthetic paper
32 4/5 × 44 1/2 × 3 1/10 in
83.2 × 113 × 8 cm
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Tokyo
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Tomoko Shioyasu
Japanese, b. 1981
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Tomoko Shioyasu creates vast, delicate tapestries that evoke patterns from the natural world: blossoms, trees, and other complex, swirling organic forms like cellular formations and flowing water. Shioyasu uses utility knives to cut meticulous designs into sheets of paper, then layers them together, or uses soldering irons to melt holes into special synthetic paper. She also produces detailed drawings using acrylics or charcoal. The porous nature of her designs enables air and light to pass through them, pointing to Buddhist ideas of the harmonious relationship between humanity and the natural world.

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Tomoko Shioyasu
Japanese, b. 1981
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Tomoko Shioyasu creates vast, delicate tapestries that evoke patterns from the natural world: blossoms, trees, and other complex, swirling organic forms like cellular formations and flowing water. Shioyasu uses utility knives to cut meticulous designs into sheets of paper, then layers them together, or uses soldering irons to melt holes into special synthetic paper. She also produces detailed drawings using acrylics or charcoal. The porous nature of her designs enables air and light to pass through them, pointing to Buddhist ideas of the harmonious relationship between humanity and the natural world.

Tomoko Shioyasu

Differentiation, 2013

Synthetic paper
32 4/5 × 44 1/2 × 3 1/10 in
83.2 × 113 × 8 cm
Sold
Location
Tokyo
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