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Entering the tatami-mat tearoom-style exhibition spaces at the back of Kyoto’s specialist pewter art craft gallery, Seikado, spectators are apprised that the magnetism of the pieces on display might interfere with the strips on their credit cards. Those fitted with pacemakers are also asked to stand 50 centimeters back from artworks.

Despite Sachiko Kodama’s caution, the mesmerizing and meditative aspects of the artist’s small-scale sculptures tempt spectators to come up close.

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