The Basento Viaduct, Potenza, Italy
Sergio Musmeci, 1967-74
This week’s show features from output from David Shea, Ikue Mori, Zeena Parkins, Ambarchi/Fennesz/Pimmon/Rehberg/Rowe, DJ Olive vs. JP Dessy, Monolake, Sarp Yilmaz, Strategy, Sawako + Hofli, Dr. Nojoke, yours truly, and a very special excerpt of one of my favorite episodes of one of my favorite podcasts!
Using a simple household material, salt, as his primary medium, Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto creates fantastical blizzards and seascapes that touch upon conceptual frontiers. Since Hi-Fructose correspondent Nathan Spoor interviewed Yamamoto in 2009, the artist has had several solo shows that yielded delicate, pristine works that are entrancing to look at with their repetitive and meticulous details. Many of Yamamoto’s works have a labyrinthine structure that the artist describes as “nearly reachable, yet not quite,” alluding to the idea of trying to recall past experiences and coming to terms with the fleeting nature of memory. Take a look at some of Yamamoto’s latest works from his shows at the Bellevue Arts Museum, Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art and the Hakone Open-Air Museum.
Fernando Jaramillo. Burbulatorius Purgatorius.
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