|Working on the ephemeral image of our memories, the Japanese artist Asako Hishiki represents a poplar forest with the whispering leaves in the wind. According to the artist the poplar is a tree very similar to the Japanese Ginkgo, which, although common in Japan, is a very poetic tree.
The original work is achieved through the use of more arrays in wood hand-made, which are subsequently imprinted on the fabric, thus creating innumerable and indistinguishable repetitions.This technique is reminiscent of the traditional dyeing called “Romagna press”.
Design by Asako Hishiki
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