Reverse of Volume.

This art installation called ‘Reverse of Volume’ by Japanese artist Yasuaki Onishi was created for the Rice Gallery. The shape of this floating sculptures seems like negative images of landscapes. The artist shaped the sculpture of plastic within the gallery space by draping the plastic over some boxes. Thereafter, he ties lines above the plastic and starts to drip down hot black glue over the string to the plastic. After everything is dry, the boxes can be removed and the installation is finished.

Art Installation - Reverse of Volume by Yasuaki Onishi

Art Installation – Reverse of Volume by Yasuaki Onishi

Art Installation - Reverse of Volume by Yasuaki Onishi

Art Installation – Reverse of Volume by Yasuaki Onishi

Art Installation - Reverse of Volume by Yasuaki Onishi

Art Installation – Reverse of Volume by Yasuaki Onishi

Art Installation - Reverse of Volume by Yasuaki Onishi

Art Installation – Reverse of Volume by Yasuaki Onishi

Art Installation - Reverse of Volume by Yasuaki Onishi

Art Installation – Reverse of Volume by Yasuaki Onishi

Art Installation - Reverse of Volume by Yasuaki Onishi

Art Installation – Reverse of Volume by Yasuaki Onishi

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