Hirose Emi

I take glass that has been melted at high temperatures and create around several hundred parts from it, which I lay out onto a concrete surface, leaving them to follow the laws of gravity: sometimes they form thin and long shapes, sometimes round. Sometimes I join several of those parts together; or I heat them a second time and then weld them using panels, like a painting, to create the work. In each work, the sensations of the artist are modeled as they are in their entirety.