Hiromi Tango has put together a colorful art show at the Sullivan+Strumpf museum in Sydney. Her work "will immerse audiences in a brilliant spectrum of hues, shape and light, drawing their visual characteristics and metaphorical context from a psychiatric perspective," according to DesignBoom.
Hiromi Tango came to Australia from Japan in the late 90s, and felt extremely displaced both culturally and mentally. She did not know English, so this show is a reflection of these feelings of confusion and discomfort, represented with the bright hues, as well as materials used for the exhibition. Visitors to the Sullivan+Strumpf museum can expect an overload of color and a shock to the sense when checking out this intriguing show by Hiromi Tango from Japan.
Photo Credits: designboom, hiromitango