Mariko Mori: Dream Temple

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This beautifully designed book presents Mariko Mori's Dream Temple project, a full-scale temple inspired by an eighth century Buddhist temple in Japan.
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Hardcover Used-Very Good This beautifully designed book presents Mariko Mori's Dream Temple project, a full-scale temple inspired by an eighth century Buddhist temple in Japan. ... Beginning with her pencil, ink, and watercolor drawings, and continuing with architectural drawings, digital images, and video stills, Mori's vision of a contemporary meditative space is a mesmerizing journey into the micro and macrocosmic forces of creation. The finished temple, built out of dichroic glass, an ever-changing, iridescent surface, serves as a metaphor for both the body and consciousness. The book itself is exquisitely produced, incorporating transparent vellum and fine papers to present her drawings, notes, calligraphy, and storyboard plans for how different components of the temple would come together. Read more Show Less

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This beautifully designed book presents Mariko Mori's Dream Temple project, a full-scale temple inspired by an eighth century Buddhist temple in Japan.
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Born in 1967, ex-fashion model Mori first appeared on the art scene with large-scale photographs of her staged futuristic cyber-goddess creations. Addressing the collapse of history and culture and incorporating references to Anime, geishas, and Hello Kitty, Mori's work is an ironic celebration of our times. Her latest work takes a dramatic shift toward the spiritual. This book documents a 1999 installation of the same title, where she re-creates Yumedono, an eighth-century Buddhist temple and meditation garden. Mori's fascination with materials is echoed in the design of this beautiful publication, which uses various fine papers, vellum, and large color plates. In addition to its excellent reproductions, Dream Temple offers a glimpse of Mori's artistic process from abstract drawings and notes to the final installation. An exhibition history and interviews are also included. A more comprehensive introduction to Mori's work can be found in Mariko Mori (Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago and Serpentine Gallery, London, 1998). This more focused volume is recommended for libraries with extensive collections on contemporary art.--Krista D. Ivy, Bryn Mawr Coll. Libs., PA Copyright 2000 Cahners Business Information.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788887029116
  • Publisher: Fondazione Prada
  • Publication date: 6/1/2000
  • Pages: 250
  • Product dimensions: 9.54 (w) x 12.38 (h) x 1.23 (d)

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