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vertical emptiness | a crystalized installation of tree branches and hot glue by Yasuaki Onishi

The Osaka-based artist Yasuaki Onishi recently completed an installation at Kyoto Art Center, a former Elementary school turned art gallery. Tree branches hang from the ceiling upside down. Draped from them are hot glue and crystallized urea compounds that extend down to the ground, creating a dense forest, frozen in time, that connects our ground to an imaginary world. Standing behind the branches is a large, black panel made from black glue and graphite. It stands in stark contrast to the vertical emptiness in front of it.

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