Yasuaki Onishi | Reverse of Volume at Rice Gallery (redux)
Back in April we previewed Yasuaki Onishi’s upcoming installation at Rice Gallery in which the Japanese artist uses the simplest of materials – translucent plastic sheeting, strings of black glue, fishing line – to create monumental sculptures. In a new video shot by Mark and Angela Walley, the duo capture Onishi’s spatial forms and provide a glimpse into the making-of process. Stunning!
Reverse of Volume is on display at Rice Gallery through June 24, 2012.
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