Title: Listening to Colors

Year Completed: 1996

Size: H83” × W62” / H211 cm × W158 cm

Material: old cotton (aizome), new cotoon (Japanese and American hand-dyed: Japanese, American, French, and Dutch commercial)

Statement: In certain Japanese gardens (Heian Jingu, Ritsurin Koen, etc.) one crosses a stream or pond by stepping on round flat stones set at irregular intevals, and often different size. I used this image with the stone represented by a bright light and happy aspect, as if listening to a distant gentle carillon.

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