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WedMar 21st


Motoi Yamamoto  is fascinated by the interconnectedness of living things and salt’s literal and symbolic role in the pattern of life and death. He creates stunning labyrinths, tunnels and abandoned staircases out of salt.
In Japanese culture, salt plays many roles. In times of mourning, it is used to purify the body from death after a funeral, and to ward away evil spirits hiding in the dark corners of homes. In Kono Taeko’s story “Final Moments,” Asari asks Noriko, “What’ll happen if you die before I do? Will you shake salt down on me from somewhere in the sky when I come back from your funeral?”
This is a photo of LABYRINTH, Salt, Diameter 12m, Solo Exhibition: Salz, Kunst-Station, St. Peter Cologne, Germany, April - June 2010…

Motoi Yamamoto is fascinated by the interconnectedness of living things and salt’s literal and symbolic role in the pattern of life and death. He creates stunning labyrinths, tunnels and abandoned staircases out of salt.

In Japanese culture, salt plays many roles. In times of mourning, it is used to purify the body from death after a funeral, and to ward away evil spirits hiding in the dark corners of homes. In Kono Taeko’s story “Final Moments,” Asari asks Noriko, “What’ll happen if you die before I do? Will you shake salt down on me from somewhere in the sky when I come back from your funeral?”

This is a photo of LABYRINTH, Salt, Diameter 12m, Solo Exhibition: Salz, Kunst-Station, St. Peter Cologne, Germany, April - June 2010…

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