Shadow of Light
This installation was developed during the artist residency program in Mino, a village famous for Japanese traditional papermaking. 

Papermaking by hand involves long and complex processes. Every single element is important as well as the quality of the material and the water. I was inspired by the beauty of this time-consuming handcraft and fragments that caught my eye during my paper-making experience; the surface of cold water, the reflection of light, the floating fibre and the seasonal change. It was delicate and organic.
The lightweight Washi paper creates subtle tones reminiscent of haze and gives a sense of depth in layers. The soft light floating through the cut shapes creates various shadows and light coming through.
2013   |   paper, LED, wood   |   Dimension  7.0 x 3.3m

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