Mari Oshima is interested in creating three-dimensional works, which speak to the collective experience of being.
Mari Oshima makes sculpture by layering translucent sheets of paper into elongated cocoon-like form. It is mounted diagonally from the ceiling and encompasses the room. The suspended white form at first appears motionless, but as the eye travels through the shape, the viewer may sense an organic rhythm, as though enveloped within a breath, a heartbeat, and connected with the primeval life movement within themselves.
The installation encourages a dialogue between the objects and the viewer?s inner thoughts.
42? x 2?8? x 12?, suspended 4? above the floor, paper, steel installation view at chashama North, P...