Title：Mirage above the sea
该作品的灵感来自奈良时代的贵族诗人、大伴家持的和歌“朝辞珠洲之海 泛舟而来 行至长浜之海 月已高悬”。色彩缤纷的蕾丝线中浮现出船的形状。该作品的意向是那艘在海市蜃楼般幻想空间中行进的大伴家持的船。从空荡荡的船舱望向大海与天空的交界线，如梦似幻的珠洲风景赫然显现。
This work is inspired by a poem by Otomo no Yakamochi, an eighth-century court noble and poet of the Nara period. The poem reads: “The moon rises over the sea of Suzu. I sail my ship and see Nagahama Bay by moonlight.” The shape of a boat emerges from overlapping, multicolored lace thread. The piece imagines Otomo no Yakamochi’s ship sailing through the fantastical space of a mirage. From an empty boathouse on the border between the sea and the sky, the scenery of Suzu appears as if in a vision.
Born 1989 in Toyama Prefecture and now lives in Tokyo. Graduated from Musashino Art University, Department of Crafts and Industrial Design. She was fascinated by the delicate colors and shapes of the sweets made by her grandfather, a Japanese sweets maker, and aspired to become an artist from an early age. Working for a foreign luxury brand company, she draws inspiration from waka poems, poetry, words, music and places. In recent years, she has been exhibiting installation works that use lace yarn, making use of her innate sense of color. Her curiosity regarding things related to tangible and intangible Japanese ancient times is reflected in her exploration of unexplored regions and mountains, visiting temples and shrines, and creative activities including flower arrangement and calligraphy.
2021 graduation work selected for online publishing Exhibited at the
2018 ACT Art Awards Exhibition