Ai Sasaki: Landscape Stories (Japanese And English Edition)

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Ai Sasaki creates monumental wall paintings using a technique she calls icing sculpture, with sugar as her primary material. With these pure white murals of repeated lines, she strives to generate a kind of space through painting under the theme of human memory. Her abstract forms and patterns employ universal and mythical motifs, such as mountains, trees, ships and houses. In her artist residenci...

Hardcover: 112 pages
Publisher: Nohara (April 8, 2015)
Language: Japanese, English
ISBN-10: 4904257227
ISBN-13: 978-4904257227
Product Dimensions: 8.4 x 0.5 x 10 inches
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us places throughout the world, she researches the myths, folk tales, traditions, and landscape and flora of each locality, understanding these aspects so as to translate a deeper relationship with the place into her work. With texts by Keijiro Suga and Midori Matsui.