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My father is a Buddhist priest, and I grew up in a temple that was founded four hundred years ago.

The Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens - Mariko Kusumoto: Unfolding Stories

My father is a Buddhist priest, and I grew up in a temple that was founded four hundred years ago.

Mariko Kusumoto

My father is a Buddhist priest, and I grew up in a temple that was founded four hundred years ago.

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My father is a Buddhist priest, and I grew up in a temple that was founded four hundred years ago.

My father is a Buddhist priest, and I grew up in a temple that was founded four hundred years ago.

Mariko Kusumoto- “Daughter’s Room"-  made after her daughter was born. Closed, the piece looks like the torso of a pregnant woman. with a dark, ancient-looking patina, a doorknob and keyhole. A key unlocks the chest and thin, page-like doors open to either side and forward, with the woman’s skeletal and muscular systems cut and etched into the metal plates.

The architectural metal constructions by Mariko Kusumoto, on display at the Racine Art Museum, make you want to reach out and touch them.

Mariko Kusumoto, Fiber art

Ethereal Sculptures and Wearable Orbs Formed From Synthetic Fabric by Mariko Kusumoto (Colossal)

Mariko Kusumoto – Metal Box Sculptures

My father is a Buddhist priest, and I grew up in a temple that was founded four hundred years ago. While living in the temple, I took the place for granted and didn't think anything special of it.

Mariko Kusumoto ~ "Pachinko Voyage" (2013) Nickel silver, brass, alminum, copper, decals, resin, wood, bronze, glass. 22 x 14 x 6 in. via Mobilia Gallery *detail pics at link, including views inside the treasure drawers*

My father is a Buddhist priest, and I grew up in a temple that was founded four hundred years ago.

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