Under the Roof
Under the Roof
Under the Roof
Under the Roof

under the roof

ceramic and steel

18’7” Hx 33’ W x 24’10” D

2019 October

This series of sculpture focuses on fostering a dialogue about the complicated and contradictory desires to unify and divide the cultural perspectives and characteristics among China, Japan, and Korea.

By constructing the corbels of roofs from these countries, I use these segments under the woodwork’s structure out of steel to make a new form of corbel. This new form unifies all three counties but also keeps these pieces separate and attached to the pillar, which symbolizes that  we are all under the same roof of culture while still promoting their differences along with their nationalities.

This sculpture explores the commonalities and divisional perspectives among the three countries to challenge an ambivalence among the countries.

Tsumiki
Tsumiki
Tsumiki

tsumiki

concrete and steel

18’7” Hx 33’ W x 24’10” D

2019 October

photographer;:Liz Chrisman
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