This series was intended to represent a harmonised sense of nature within orderly compositions and colour combinations. Each image was created from organic shapes drawn after deep meditation focusing on nature. Each organic shape conveys a sense of airiness, partly achieved by the use of surrounding uniform spaces which aims to promote each colour within a harmonised three colour combination.
“Her work interprets Japan’s native nature aesthetic, which colours her perspective with its placement of nature at the centre of its philosophy. Specifically, she is influenced by Shintoism and Zen Buddhism, the latter teaching the beauty of imperfection in nature which is an important part of her aesthetic.
– Zoe Harrington, freelance writer / former editor of Sculpture + Enemies”