On view through May 26, 2017
Opening Reception April 12th 6-8pm
Currently I make my work by using reflective material and light. When light hits the surface, a complex interplay of reflections and shadows are created. The relationship between my work and my interest in reflection is the most exciting part of my creative research. Light is intangible and invisible, but its effect on our lives is profound. My interest in creating works with light is in experiencing the phenomenon of their visual qualities as well as in the creation of a relaxing and sublime space. -Kazue Taguchi
Kazue Taguchi was born in Japan, currently lives and works in New York. She received her M.F.A. specializing in glass from Virginia Commonwealth University. She has also studied at the Barcelona Glass Foundation in Spain and Joshibi University of Art and Design in Tokyo. She has been a resident artist at Pilchuck Glass School, Corning Museum of Glass, Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris, the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, the Newark Museum, and Vermont Studio Center and Koganecho Bazar residency in Yokohama Japan.