Nishikawa’s Memory Functions is comprised of over 200 unique, handmade and colorful paper pulp mobiles suspended from the ceiling in a residential unit. The mobile-like set up subtly moves as visitors walk through the space, a reference to the one’s impact on their physical environment. This is the artist’s largest solo exhibition to date. Open on May 10 and 11, please email [email protected] to confirm a time for your visit.
Learn more at https://www.yukonishikawa.com.