Hiromi Tango, Full Moon – Sakura’s Will, 2019. Japanese Silk kimono, other textile, bronze, wire, LED light box, 70cm diameter x 15cm depth. Courtesy the artist and Sullivan+Strumpf, Sydney.
Building upon Hiromi Tango’s performative art practice, Healing Circles responds to the influence contemporary life has on us and our relationship with one another. This exhibition includes a range of sculptures, textiles, photo images, works on paper and neon lights. Tango employs the circle as a recurring motif in this exhibition, as it is a universal symbol of healing – representing the cycle of life, regeneration, relationships and a state of total completion.
Exhibition opens: 3–5pm Saturday 24 August 2019