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Chiharu Shiota Uses String to Draw in Space

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“Strings break, get tangled or tied together just like people cut relationships.” Join Japanese installation artist Chiharu Shiota on her journey to find meaning in life and death through her art. “In the moment people enter my works, I want them to understand what it is to live and what it is to die.” Chiharu Shiota, who’s been in Berlin for more than 25 years, grew up in Osaka, Japan. Obser...

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