Junko Mori: Emptiness and Form

Emptiness & Form

Join us for an enlightening journey into the captivating realm of form and function at our latest exhibition, where select works unravel the intricacies of usability and space. Delving deep into the interplay between artistic expression and practicality, this showcase promises to ignite contemplation and spark curiosity.

Junko Mori

At the heart of this exhibition lies the mesmerising creations of acclaimed artist Junko Mori. Through her masterful manipulation of metal, Mori’s works transcend mere objects, resonating with a profound exploration of form and its relationship to space. Her sculptures boldly extend into the exhibition space, commanding attention while simultaneously drawing viewers into the enigmatic voids they encapsulate.

Japanese Tomobako Installation

Complementing Mori’s evocative sculptures is an immersive installation of Japanese Tomobako boxes. These intricately crafted containers serve as a testament to the fusion of form and function in traditional Japanese artistry, inviting contemplation on the significance of presentation and preservation in artistic expression.

As you traverse the exhibition, ponder the thought-provoking questions it poses. When does form transcend mere functionality, becoming imbued with artistic merit? What defines the essence of space, both physical and artistic, and why does emptiness hold such profound visual allure?

Join Us
We invite you to immerse yourself in this captivating exploration of form, function, and the spaces in between. Whether you’re a seasoned art enthusiast or a curious newcomer, this exhibition promises to inspire, challenge, and provoke thought.

Adrian Sassoon Ltd.
8 Headfort Place

Sunday 18 February to Friday 5 April 2024