Line is Just a Line

‘Line is just a line’ project was created during one month at the Shiro Oni Studio, inspired by natural surroundings, ‘Sanbaseki’ rocks, cultural heritage of Onishi town. The installation is a site specific work, which brings together various techniques around traditional and experimental calligraphy and shodo, as using ‘fude’ in drawing created from local grass and rice straw, ‘Takuhon’ method of rock rubbing, created on ‘sarashi’ fabric. It also includes new series of sound sculptures, created as direct prints from rocks on wet clay, which can be performed by anyone.

Performance at Shiro Oni Residency Exhibition

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