Kime Old Vase design object

Kairo Kusamoto

Fine Arts and Art Installation Design Kime Old Vase design object by Kairo Kusamoto The Kime Old Vase intended for the author to see the experiences of the author dying the time to death and the traces of that fact. He defined Kime that the labor consuming human death was visually appearing. Generally in Japan, Kime represents organic heterogeneous on the surface such as the skin of a tree or the human skin. In order to express Kime, he broke the existing vase and reconstruct it by Kintsugi, which is an adhesion act.


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