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The first retrospective of the Japanese installation artist
"In Shiota's work, multiple spheres exist. The past and present
collide. Transience is given form. The mysterious becomes tangible.
And at the centre of everything stands the viewer and the artist.
These are immersive installations that we could get tangled up in
for years to come."--Freire Barnes "Culture Trip "
"This monograph captures the unmistakable presence and power of her work - you'll find yourself tangled in her infinite webs."--Charlotte Jansen "Wallpaper "
"To enter her work is to enter another world instantly recognizable yet startlingly strange."--International Examiner
"Everyday objects and mementos characterise the artist's pictorial language and stand for the subject matter in her oeuvre: recollection, homeland, migration, death and life."--Aesthetica Magazine