Kuon (Eternal Flow of Time)

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Through her multimedia installations and sculpture, Mayumi Amada creates elaborate cut-outs representing the patterns of life an dthe repeated forms taht are shared across generations. Using doilies and lacework patterns as a basis for exploring time, her exhibition "Kuon (Eternal Flow of Time)'' includes delicate forms created from plastic tarps inscribed wiht sampler-style messages such as "OUR LIFE ON EARTH: A BLIP IN ETERNITY." Her aesthetic meditations on gender, ancestry, and craft ponder the mundane amid the ongoing cycles of life, death, and regeneration. Through her multimedia installations and sculpture, Mayumi Amada creates elaborate cut-outs representing the patterns of life an dthe repeated forms taht are shared across generations. Using doilies and lacework patterns as a basis for exploring time, her exhibition "Kuon (Eternal Flow of Time)'' includes delicate forms created from plastic tarps inscribed wiht sampler-style messages such as "OUR LIFE ON EARTH: A BLIP IN ETERNITY." Her aesthetic meditations on gender, ancestry, and craft ponder the mundane amid the ongoing cycles of life, death, and regeneration.
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-Image:2010_Amada_01.jpg|''A Blip In Eternity'', 2010, Cut out plastic tarp+Image:10_Amada_01.jpg|''A Blip In Eternity'', 2010, Cut out plastic tarp
-Image:2010_Amada_02.jpg|''Flower Field'', 2008, Plastic bottles, acrylic tubing, blue LED lights, wire, steel rods, washers, Dimensions variable +Image:10_Amada_02.jpg|''Flower Field'', 2008, Plastic bottles, acrylic tubing, blue LED lights, wire, steel rods, washers, Dimensions variable
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Artist: Mayumi Amada
July 16 - September 21, 2010
MAEP Galleries

Flower Field, 2008
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Flower Field, 2008

Through her multimedia installations and sculpture, Mayumi Amada creates elaborate cut-outs representing the patterns of life an dthe repeated forms taht are shared across generations. Using doilies and lacework patterns as a basis for exploring time, her exhibition "Kuon (Eternal Flow of Time) includes delicate forms created from plastic tarps inscribed wiht sampler-style messages such as "OUR LIFE ON EARTH: A BLIP IN ETERNITY." Her aesthetic meditations on gender, ancestry, and craft ponder the mundane amid the ongoing cycles of life, death, and regeneration.

Shown concurrently with The Voided.

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