Miya Ando: Emptiness The Sky (Shou Sugi Ban), 96″ x 96″ x 96″, charred wood, metal paintings (urethane, pigment, aluminum)
(“This installation was created for “Frontiers Reimaged” for the 56th Venice Biennale. I utilized a traditional Japanese exterior architectural cladding of charred wood. Inside are paintings on metal. The piece was inspired by the Japanese Buddhist word ‘Kuu’, which means both ‘Empty’ as well as ‘Sky'”)

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