Statement: This work is a friendly and fun sculpture in the shape of a rabbit’s head that can be understood by children and adults alike. And not only the shape and texture of the outside but also the space inside can be enjoyed.
Biography: Hailing from Kyoto, Japan, the Ohnishis have exhibited works as a pair since 2007, including Sculpture by the Sea, Bondi 2019, Sculpture by the Sea, Cottesloe 2019 and 2022, Asago Art Competition, Historic Street ART Festival in Tamba Sasayama, the 32nd National Cultural Festival Nara, Kobe Biennale and Echigi-Tsumaari Art Triennale Daichi-no-Matsuri.
Osamu holds an MFA (Sculpture) from Kyoto City University of Arts and Masako has a PhD (Media Art) from Kyoto City University of Arts.
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