Yamamoto Yuriko's installation "Into your Whirlpool" goes on display today and runs until February 6.
The sound, mist and light work by an experiment-based installation artist Yamamoto takes the audience to meet with and experience the phenomenon of the imagery. The artist is trying to re-think the relationship between the world of existence and consciousness.
Gallery G-77 is close to both Nijo Castle and the Imperial Palace just of Marutamachi in the west of Kyoto. The intimate space in a converted machiya is owned and directed by Andrei Mikhilov.
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