AbstractThis thesis will explore a metaphysical journey of my life through the medium of installation.
Subconsciously my art work is strongly connected to my life. Zen Buddhism is very important for my art, so the thesis will explain how it connects to my art and my life metaphysically.
This thesis will also introduce some of the influential artists in my life. I will examine how the work of the following artists is important for me: Yoko Ono, Isamu Noguchi and Wolfgang Laib reflected Buddhism through their art from different aspects; Yoko Ono, Yayoi Kusama and Louise Bourgeois reflect a feminine subconscious in their art.
In a series of installations produced during my Masters Degree, I have synthesized these influences. I have used memory as a path to reconciliation by exploring the metaphysical connection between my past and present life in Japan and Australia.
|Date of Award||Jul 2004|
|Supervisor||Anne Ooms (Supervisor)|
Reminiscence: memories of past life and the path to restoration
Mizuno, Y. (Author). Jul 2004
Student thesis: Masters by Research - CDU