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Shiota Chiharu: The Soul Trembles

Shiota Chiharu: The Soul Trembles
Library Shelf Location 18.SHIO
Publication Date 2019
Description

Presented by the Mori Art Museum, ‘The Soul Trembles’ is the largest exhibition devoted to artist Shiota Chiharu to date. It comprises around 100 works, ranging from her output in the 1990s to new pieces specifically produced for this exhibition. Besides large-scale installations, it includes sculptures, performance videos, photographs, drawings, and materials related to her stage design projects. Born in Japan and now based in Berlin, Shiota is known for work in which she probes the origins of life and death, in addition to her fundamental inquiries into our pursuits in life and future prospects. This expansive catalogue will awaken your interest in her powerful body of work.

ISBN 9784568105193
Quantity 1
Pages 328 p, ills colour, 21 x 28 cm
Authors Kataoka Mami, Tatehata Akira, Daniel Karasek
Format Paperback
Publisher Bss Bijutsu
Related Artist Chiharu Shiota
Category Artists' Monographs A-Z
Keywords Life, Death, Origins, Loss, Dystopia, Despair, existence
Artist's Nationality Japanese
Languages Japanese, English

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