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Parallel World (MINI_27)

¥28,600 (with tax)

This is an artwork created by the unique technique of manually coiling embroidery threads on acrylic in a striped pattern.

Technique: Mixed media (embroidery thread (silk), acrylic stick, acrylic mirror)
Size: 100 x 100 x 13 mm (215 x 215 x 30 mm with frame)
Production year: 2019

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Description

We generate our own environment. We get exactly what we deserve.

–from “ONE” by Richard Bach

Is this a world we really desire? Is there any ideal world somewhere else? What do we do there? What kind of scenery can we see there?

When you felt a little bored by your daily life, when some hard thing happened, imagine parallel world and think what you would do there, then you may feel like your world is spreading and feel a little bit excited.

In the parallel world series, I want to express the feeling of little excitement and being relief d by imagine another world.

The combination of color represents a world surrounding us. If you see the detail, you will find mismatched colors like normally people won’t combine together are located next to each other. This world is filled with a wide variety of people and miscellaneous things. At first glance, it looks chaotic but when you see it from distance, you will find out unexpected harmonies.

The world surrounding us also seems to be chaotic, but in fact, there are some kinds of balance and harmony. If you see the world from a distance, you can find new beauty and harmony. Like this, I represent the relationship of the world surrounding us and ordinally life of people by my artworks.

シムラ ヒデミ | Hidemi SHIMURA
Born in Shizuoka, Japan. Graduated from Musashino Art Univ. majored in fashion design in Tokyo. After graduate, she worked as a 3DCG creator for some years. Then she started her activity as a contemporary artist.
She exhibited her artworks many tomes in Japan, Shanghai, and other cities in Europe and the U.S.. In 2007, she moved to Shanghai and did activities as an artist there. She moved back to Japan in 2013.
Her artworks produced using thread is intended to reflect the world around us, such as the connection between people and the connection between people and the world.

 

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Dimensions 21.5 × 21.5 × 3 cm