We’re so excited to announce our 2nd exhibition of 2013. We will be hosting Japanese industrial designer and conceptual artist Norihiko Terayama, in his first solo exhibition in North America. Norihiko will be coming all the way to Toronto from Kanagawa, Japan to be here for the opening reception which is April 9th from 7 – 10pm.
If you’re in Toronto, we hope you can make it!
A collection of foraged plant specimens placed in one centimeter increments.
The Awaglass (awa meaning bubble) is inspired by the experiential aspect of an hourglass. The captivating visual of time slipping away. The vessel contains a clear liquid that looks like water. It seems ordinary at first but after one turns the vessel over bubbles begin to form creating an unexpected moment.
A ruler with handpicked flower blossoms placed in 1cm increments.
A ceramic vase inspired by the cherry blossoms hanging over a pond, the petals fall and float on the water’s surface.
A set of cups that appear to be broken and re-mended with gold, inspired by traditional Japanese pottery that use real gold for repairing cracks.