Yumiko Ono (JP) Pebble, 2020

Yumiko Ono describes her work in relation to the Mind the Gap theme:

This set of prints on textile is from my drawing on tracing paper of photographs of a pebble, which were taken from 4 different angles. A pebble shows different phases and the images were traced on tracing paper and printed on different materials. By using techniques that are to “copy” things, such as photographs, tracing, and printing, the images are layered from the object itself, which is a metaphor of the gap between the world one sees and the world itself.

Yumiko Ono

Yumiko Ono is a visual artist born in Japan working internationally. She received an MA at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague and MA in Ceramics from Saint Petersburg Stieglitz State Academy of Art and Design. Her drawing, sculpture, and structural installation work is inspired by the idiosyncrasies of international architecture and her own. Her work has been exhibited internationally and can be found in multiple public collections. She currently lives and works in the USA and Japan.

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