Dimensions: 18cm (H) x 34cm (W) x 23cm (D) / 7.1" (H) x 13.4" (W) x 9.1" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Showing invisible things was the first start of Miyanaga's work. She used paper cords and the like burned out in the kiln to show invisible things. After that, the paper string is transformed into a work that looks like a knitting even though it is a knitted ceramic.
In the work of the Great East Japan Earthquake, she developed an installation with the theme of "prayer."
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1980Born in Ishikawa, Japan2005Master of Arts, Crafts/Ceramics, Kanazawa College of Art
2008Doctoral Degree of Arts, Crafts/Ceramics, Kanazawa College of Art, Graduate School, Kanazawa, Japan (Ph.D) Doctoral dissertation : "The execution process as the representation of ceramics"
2009Working as an assistant professor at Kanazawa college of Art Craft
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