‘Forest of Beyond’ by Yamamoto is carefully drawn with salt. It is obvious that by doing so he creates beautiful, whimsical and highly skilled pieces of work. Each line branching out in reach of it’s beyond; as if it was thriving for what they could capture. If this weren’t to be done in salt, to me, it wouldn’t have the same effect. By being dimensional it draws the viewer in as they speculate what material is before them. They become more involved as they become closer and intimate with what surrounds their steps. The viewer is soon captured within the Forest of Beyond.
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A Fine Art student studying at Central Saint Martins London. Writing about my interests and considerations outside of my own practice. If interested in what I do, please don't hesitate to message.