The installation titled Oneness employs the use of the color black, inviting viewers to reflect on one’s own interpretation of self. A grand display of mirrored 64 tiles house the Darumas – traditional Japanese dolls meant to represent talismans of good luck. According to the artist, the resin sculptures also assist in revealing our inner ambitions, as a way to evoke the interpretation of form and pattern.
On the core theme of the installation, Ikuta expressed:
These works translate the lyricism of our senses through form and pattern, inviting a meditative focus for the audience to assign its own meaning.
The Oneness installation will be on show at SOHO House West Hollywood with an opening reception on March 27.
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SOHO House West Hollywood
9200 Sunset Blvd,
West Hollywood, CA 90069