Japanese artist and designer Mariko Kusumoto (beforehand) shapes gossamer coral and sea creatures from smooth fibers like polyester, nylon, and cotton. Embedded with tiny ripples or ethereal pockets, the standalone sculptures and wearables are translucent renditions of lifeforms, and their delicate compositions correspond with the fragility of the subject material. The Boston-based artist tends to cluster the person items into bigger works, creating sprawling reefs and numerous ecosystems brimming with coloration and texture.
Kusumoto is at the moment getting ready for a solo exhibition subsequent November at Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens in Delray Seashore, Florida, and till then, yow will discover extra of her ethereal works on Instagram.
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