Part of the appeal to Misa Funai's artwork is that it transforms the current room into a part of the artwork itself. Because the actual shapes are comprised of mirrors, this allows viewers to act as a component to the actual artwork displays.
Misa Funai creates her art via wall-mounted mirrors that are shaped into various things: animals, landscapes, and so forth. These works of art generally stick to an outdoor/natural theme but what is most interesting is that each of these pieces then reflect parts of the room (or the viewer) to add to their own interpretive understanding. This concept is to contribute to an 'imaginary world' in which the viewer is carried into different settings based on their angle.
These installations are on display in the lobby of Mt. Rokko Hotel now.
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Misa Funai's Mirror Art Transforms Rooms Into Actual Landscapes
- By: Thomas Wade-WestOct 2, 2013