Kiriko Shirobayashi


Kiriko Shirobayashi

Monday, February 12 - Monday, March 12, 2007

Hampden Gallery   
Free and open to the public

Visually, the work of "Kiriko Shirobayashi: Lines, America/2747 miles" shows the horizon lines of various landscapes across the 50 states, incorporating the geography of nature and man and the form they make on the landscape. Theoretically, the images provide a dialogue between not only the geography of this land, but also the people who experience it, uniting them just as the horizon is physically one continuous line.


Associated Events

Kiriko Shirobayashi: Lines Opening Reception

Monday, February 12, 2007 

,5:00 pm to 7:00 pm



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