CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions is pleased to present Shapeshifters, the gallery’s second solo exhibition of all new work by Masako Miki. In this exhibition Miki explores the ideology of transitional space, through the lens of her ancestral narratives, specifically Buddhist and Shinto traditions and early Japanese folklore. By reinventing visual symbols and narratives from her cultural traditions, Miki suggests alternative interpretations of ancient symbols, making a new synthesis possible. Shapeshifters opens on January 12, and coincides with Miki’s solo exhibition in the MATRIX program at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive (Jan 9 through April 28, 2019). The exhibition will run through February 23.
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