Etsuko Ichikawa :: Traces of the Molten State

Etsuko Ichikawa: “My work is a continuing investigation of what lies between the ephemeral and the eternal. Moment and memory, absorption and evaporation, light and shadow are some of the triggers that inspire me and relate to my work. My “glass pyrographs” are made by drawing hot molten glass, which is one way to capture and eternalize the immediacy of a moment, while my hanging and floating installations are about ever-changing states of mind.”


1 Response to “Etsuko Ichikawa :: Traces of the Molten State”

  1. August 20, 2010 at 20:53

    Great! Reminds me of Yves Klein’s fire paintings done in the style of Pollock. :)

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