Momoko Kimura


The falling woman by Momoko Kimura
Wood
9 × 12 × 2inch

The grown hair along the backbone like a mane is braided, and the loosened part waves like a tail. (In Japanese, knitting, braiding and weaving are all expressed in the same word “AMU” )
The word “AMU” in Japanese is used with heart, thoughts, and life, to express the act of creation by attaching objects.
Hair of the woman in the sculptural relief was supposedly cut. The braid was loosened from a cut point, and she who was hung in the air started falling.

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