Mariko HORI

nothing is effaced - we just never know where it goes

collage / acrylic on paper, stone, dried leaf, star chart, old books / 2020

For example, when plants die, or when an old building is pulled down, or when something is burned– it seems the things get smaller, fade out or become invisible. But they don’t really get smaller nor do they even transpire into nothingness. Rather, the transpired, missing parts now exist somewhere else in a new form, a new situation.

w540 x h420 (mm)

w310 x h230 (mm)

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