Tokyo-based Naomi Yuki draws from the essence of objects, projecting abstracted styles and emotions onto the canvas as multidimensional and deeply kinetic forms. Her approach and work is influenced by Gustave Moreau and Wassily Kandinsky.
During the creation process, she says: “I am trying to create animation on a static panel – I call it ‘Artwarp’.”
Yuki’s next solo exhibition will be at Space 2*3 by KURUM’ART Contemporary in Tokyo, 26 June – 8 July. For further information, click here.