Yoca Muta

Muta makes a story with ceramics. She jumps lightly over the boundary between Western and Japan, contemporary art and craft, and fuses them into her original beauty. What she is aiming is "Japonism" seen from contemporary Japanese people. Even if the work is small, has a feeling of force indispensable for ceramics, and expresses story nature in a solid mass with bold distortion. The story expressed by Muta is full of life force, the unique mysterious fluctuation draws in the persons who watch, and is full of pleasures of images that are changing from person to person.

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