artist | 3 ProgramsArtists Haruko Okano
- March 18, 1997 to April 5, 1997
In "Transvisceral Borders", I use the human skin as a metaphorical magnet, to gather opposing elements from within the human psyche. The skin's ambiguous role as "link" and "barrier" to the external world, universally draws physical reaction and mental reflection. "Transvisceral Borders" probes the shadows between fascination and abhorence, between instinct and ethics. Like Entrapment I and II (shown in the video), this project continues to explore the duality in human nature.
By Haruko Okano