This publication features works by Miyanaga Aiko produced between 1999 and 2007. With artist biography.
In the words of the artist, 'I use naphthalene, which begins evaporating into the air as soon as I create a shape, like the shape of daily necessities such as shirts or shoes. These familiar, well-worn objects, each with its own history, now take on an air of eternity, eventually existing only in our imaginations.'
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