Himotoku: The Opening Blossoms of an Unraveling World

Himotoku: The Opening Blossoms of an Unraveling World

Tokyo Arts and Space

Clockwise from top left: Sera Yu Wen Chen, The Naturalness II, 2018. Three-channel video-installation, sound; Hashimoto Jin, Memory Code, 2019. Carved wood, soil blocks; Chou Wuhan, The Vivid Memories in the Vanished Villa, 2021. Brick, map collage in a wood box; Lu Chih-Yun, Stage 01, 2014. Cement, sponge, artificial flower; Chen I-Hsuen, Soft Quarantine, 2020. Photography.

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